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The C7 Corvette Stingray Gets the Legendary Callaway Touch

AeroWagen Shooting Brake Conversion
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Image via: Callaway Cars

Image via: Callaway Cars

Proving that good things do come to those who wait, three years after the concept was first floated, Callaway Cars is now taking orders for their AeroWagen shooting brake conversation for the C7 Corvette. Once you place your reservation, you'll still have to wait until later this year for delivery of the longer roof design, which is created with a single piece of carbon fiber and the original seat, hinge, and latch. Plus, the open-air hatch is still functional above the front seats and Callaway points toward more cargo room and less drag as extra bonuses. The shooting brake conversion begins at $15,000, but you'll have to pay extra $1,500 for Callaway to paint it this sexy gray. See another look below and hit the site to learn more.