Fast fuel. 2565mm.
Found some leftover E30 In A Bottle shirts from this summer. They’re on sale in the shop. 2570mm.
After nearly 20 years of enjoyment, it’s time to find a new home.
FS: 1995 Nissan 240SX. Full details at www.bestwheelbase.com.
Corvette Stingray Aerowagon
Need this. NEEEEEEEEED THIS.
The Ferrari FF costs $295,000. So here is the really important question for the day. Would you rather have: (a) 1 sweet Ferrari FF; (b) 4 equally sweet Callaway AeroWagons; (c) or the nicest collection of clown-shoes in the world - i.e.18 really fine BMW M Coupes?
AeroWagon. Just one. (We already got the M Coupe and nobody needs 18 of anything, that’s some wacky Sultan of Brunei nonsense!)
FF? No fucks given.
M Coupe 2459mm
Ferrari overweight 4WD bullshit 2990mm
Old wheels & New friends. We had the pleasure to meet @SavetheWheels this weekend.
How to take a great car picture: start with a great car. Add a lense and a scene, and poof. Magic!
Callaway Corvette Stingray Aerowagon Concept to see production
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The 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray is shipping to dealers now, but if that’s too common for you, it sounds like you’ll be able to upgrade to the Callaway AeroWagon starting next year. GTSpirit is reporting that Callaway has given this car the go-ahead, and it will be available starting January 1 only in North America.
When the idea was first floated back in March, the proposed conversion price was $15,000, but according to this article, if you want a cargo-friendlier Corvette, it will cost you $22,995 on top of the price you pay for the car itself. As for the “aero” part of the AeroWagon, Callaway has previously stated that it hopes to give its mechanically modified version of the C7 the best fuel economy in the supercar segment while allowing the car to still hit speeds of more than 200 miles per hour.
So. Much. Want.
Where do Race Cars go?
Most get recycled and turned into the next company project. Others retired and travel from one museum to another.
However, some never reach their destination, or are simply forgotten as the project gets scraped or the company lacks the funds.
All the pictures you see here were gathered from different sources. Hence, the locations of these cars remains unknown.
That M3 is in Thailand and being restored.