Do you think it’s outrageous to spend $100,000 to mod a $20,000 C5 Corvette? What if that $100,000 is spent swapping all the car’s fiberglass body panels for carbon fiber pieces?
I’d imagine that even as popular as the Corvette is, there’s still a certain degree of comfort in knowing that your C7 might be a little different than the other guy in the club who just bought his.
I’ve come under fire for some of my opinions on custom Corvettes, but I won’t back down on my views with this one. This lime-green atrocity with its makeshift truck bed should be covered up forever. If someone wants to be buried in a Corvette, let it be this one.
Here’s a good video of someone else giving the NCM course a solid run. Sure, there’d be nothing like hitting those apexes in a C7 myself, but for now, this video posted by Mike Allen doing a hot lap with Ron Fellows will certainly hold me over.
With all the focus on the new motorsports park at the National Corvette Museum, there hasn’t been a lot of buzz around the sinkhole that once had the world captivated. Now it looks like things will be revving up again around the site as officials begin filling the sinkhole in three weeks.