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Conjured up way before Callaway's success with Corvettes, the Callaway C3 GTV 6 was a rear-wheel drive firecracker on wheels; installing a much-needed performance boost to a spectacular chassis that already offered sharp handling and responsive dynamics.
Aimed at being an exclusive performance alternative to the Maserati Biturbo, the little Connecticut-built C3 GTV 6 was limited to just 35 examples, due to its high-production costs and lack of consumer awareness.
While the twin-turbo Callaway C3 GTV 6 was a star that was recognised only after its brief burn, it left a lasting impression on Dave McLellan, Chief Engineer of the Corvette, and triggered the infamous Callaway-Corvette relationship that still stands to this day.
Check out the video below for an in-depth look at the Callaway C3 GTV 6.
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