Test Drive a Callaway SC757 AeroWagen and Get a Free Shirt


Test Drive a Callaway SC757 AeroWagen and Get a Free Shirt

Alright Corvette owners, time for an impromptu poll:

Raise your hands if you’ve had the opportunity to drive a Callaway SC757 Corvette Z06 that comes with 757-hp and 777 lb-ft of torque on tap? How about the Callaway SC757 AeroWagen?

Would you like to?

Not many manufacturers offer prospective customers the opportunity to take out 700+ horsepower sports car for a test drive, but Callaway Cars wants to change that by offering free test drives of the Callaway SC757 AeroWagen on both coasts and they’ll send you a free Callaway polo shirt for your feedback!

You can find Callaway SC757 AeroWagens ready to drive on both coasts of the USA:

East Coast
Patriot Chevrolet/GMC
Limerick, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)
Call (610) 716-1458 and speak with Tom Oates to discuss a test drive or purchase.

West Coast
DC Motors
Anaheim, California (Los Angeles)
Call (714) 695-0102 and ask for Doug to discuss a test drive or purchase.

Test Drive a Callaway SC757 AeroWagen and Get a Free Shirt

For a limited time, when you buy a Callaway AeroWagen from any authorized Callaway dealer, Callaway will send you a complete Callaway Golf set! So sure are they of the benefits that the AeroWagen offers for storage, Callaway offers a discount coupon for a second set of clubs, saying “Don’t Worry! Both sets will fit in your AeroWagen!”

If you can’t make it out to either of the test drive locations, you can still connect with Callaway reps at the upcoming Lone Star Classic at Texas Motor Speedway on May 18-20th. Authorized Callaway Dealer, Classic Chevrolet, will be the event’s Presenting Sponsor and they will have a new Callaway SC757 Z06 Corvette and a new Callaway SC560 Tahoe RST on display, available for immediate purchase.

Test Drive a Callaway SC757 AeroWagen and Get a Free Shirt

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  1. Calloway has always offered some pretty remarkable performance upgrades to Corvettes, but I’m not sure I understand or see any real utility in the Aerowagen hatch, other than to create a slightly visual profile on your C7. It only appears to add a minimal amount of height to the already ample cargo area, but is an incredibly costly add-on at nearly $15,000 installed on a stock car, before any of the SC757 items. If a different visual appearance is what you seek, $15,000 can buy a whole host of tasteful body kit items, with plenty of $$$ left over for substantive performance upgrades.

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