Callaway is making waves with its shooting brake Corvette C7 that came out earlier this year, but it’s definitely not the first station wagon Stingray.
Just check out this 1971 custom Corvette with a wagon conversion kit that is currently up for auction at auctionzip.com.
But you better hurry if you want to put this unique blue C3 in your garage since the auction comes to a close Saturday, August 19 at 10 a.m. CST in Midland, Texas.
Obviously, this is the kind of Corvette modification that draws strong opinions about whether it makes the car look better or worse.
We’ll leave that up to each individual, but we can definitely report to you what the seller says in his description of the Corvette wagon.
He says it has the original custom paint from 1971 (complete with a winged horse on the hood), along with the original interior. The car is powered by a 350 engine hooked to an automatic transmission. While it has new brakes, the Stingray still needs some electrical work on the lights, he says.
If you’re into “open floor plans” on HGTV, this Corvette might be just the thing for you since one of the photos shows the area behind the seats is nicely carpeted with three windows letting a lot of light into the storage area. It appears that there is no hatchback or rear access, but with the T-tops out and the seats tilted forward, it should be pretty easy to get items back there.
So far seven bids have pushed the price to $10,550.
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