You’re looking at Callaway Corvette #001, the first that was there from the beginning of what is now a 30 year run.
The 1987 Callaway B2K Twin Turbo was the first RPO (Regular Production Option) that was offered by an aftermarket vendor. The $20,000 option package boosted the standard L98’s output from 240 hp to 345 hp and 465 ft-lbs of torque. During its 1987 – 1991 production run, roughly 500 B2K’s were built.
This special first of its kind Callaway Corvette is on display at the National Corvette Museum’s Callaway 30th Anniversary Celebration. There are fifteen special Callaway Corvettes on display from throughout the years and the exhibit will run through May 2017.
Callaway’s Program Manager Chris Chessnoe is back for another video feature on with the first B2K Callaway twin turbo and we learn what makes it tick!
This is the second video in the series. You can see the previous video here:
[VIDEO] Callaway’s SC606 Corvette Grand Sport Surpasses 250,000 Miles
[PICS] Callaway Takes Over the Corvette Museum for 30th Anniversary Exhibit
Rare B2K: 2012 Callaway 25th Anniversary Grand Sport Convertible with VIN #1