Last year, Callaway produced a special run of 25 Grand Sports to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Callaway’s RPO B2K ? the first turbo-charged Corvettes offered by the factory. These special B2K Anniversary Corvettes were snapped up quickly and now we hear the only one left for sale in the entire country is at Criswell Corvette ? the #3/25 B2K Callaway Corvette.
The original B2K Corvettes were the first Regular Production Order (RPO) number that Chevrolet assigned to a third party company. During its five year run from 1987 to 1991, 510 RPO B2K Corvettes were built.
The 25th Anniversary B2K Callaways were produced during the Spring of 2012 from a mix of Grand Sport Coupes and Convertibles. All were Cyber Gray and came with either a six-speed manual or automatic transmissions. The 4LT interiors featured Ebony seats and Callaway adds their custom steering wheel, door sills and floor mats.
The Callaway B2K Anniversary Corvettes all received the Callaway SC360 supercharger that makes an estimated 620 hp. Each of the anniversary cars also received Callaway’s trademark hood as well as exposed carbon fiber rear spoilers and splitters. Reeves Callaway personally signed each of the Corvettes and special badges and decals mark these as part of the RP0 B2K 25th Anniversary series.
The very last 25th Anniversary Callaway B2K Grand Sport Corvettes for sale is number 3 of 25 and is available at Criswell Corvette in Maryland. National Corvette Sales representative Mike Furman had sold previously sold four of the 25 Callaways and this would have been the fifth sale until the buyer dropped out. Now his loss could be your gain!
The #3 25th Anniversary Callaway B2K Corvette is a 6-Speed manual with dual tops and navigation. MSRP for these Corvettes were $124,050 but with available rebates, the price is $108,267 plus tax, tags and destination fees.
If you’re interested in owning a low VIN special edition Callaway Corvette, give Mike Furman a call at (301) 212-4420 or visit him on the web at Criswell Corvette. With all C6 production having come to an end, we’re sure this Callaway won’t be around much longer once word gets out of its availability.
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