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...here is the C7, coined that, way before folks called Corvettes "C-this, and C-that" :ugh


The CALLAWAY C7, one of two built :upthumbs

www.callawayownersgroup.com :cool
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Evolution1980

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Wow, ingress/egress looks like a real MF'er for that ride...

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*Why can't auto publications just say "gettin' in and out" like the rest of the general population? Elitest SoB's....* :L
 
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Campaign That Vette

Love to see what that thing would turn at the Nordschleife. Interesting intake - front engined? Excellent example of a Chevy-powered exotic but I can't see that as a production Vette, no matter how limited.:confused
Nice pics - thanks!
 
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Where do you put the front plate?
 

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Where do you put the front plate?
If you have the money to afford the car, then you probably have enough money to get out of any rules mandating a front license plate. :cool
 
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Who needs a front plate anyway? Knowing how fast that is, it would probably just fly off, so why bother? lol

My guess is that unless it's parked, nobody will have the chance to see the front area, only the rear.:rotfl
 
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If you have the money to afford the car, then you probably have enough money to get out of any rules mandating a front license plate. :cool

The front license issue isn't a "rule" it is a law. You wont be able to get out of it with money but you can afford to keep paying the fines! :L
 

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The front license issue isn't a "rule" it is a law. You wont be able to get out of it with money but you can afford to keep paying the fines! :L
You think a cop has never accepted a bribe at the time of infraction:confused
Either way, you pay, just depends on how much and who knows about it. ;)
 

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Hmm.

I want one.:cool
 
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...here is the C7, coined that, way before folks called Corvettes "C-this, and C-that" :ugh

Great looking car! Developed by the Callaway Racing operation in Germany, I believe.

By the way, it was the folks at General Motors themselves that started the "C-this, and C-that" designations. They didn't make it a big deal publically until the introduction of the C-5 but they apparently had been using the designations internally many years before that.

David
 

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