C7 Owner Living the Best Life with Little Black Corvette
Instagrammer shows off his beautiful black C7 Corvette on the mean streets and gorgeous canyon roads of Northern California.
What’s the best way to experience all a C7-era Corvette has to offer? Is it on the track, pushing it and yourself to nine-tenths around the corners and straights? Is it on the street, cruising slow and flexing among the famous and flashy? Perhaps it’s at a car show, especially around fellow Corvette owners. Or is it on the roads less traveled, whose curves wind through mountains and oceans under the rising sun.
If you’re like Instagrammer c7vette, it’s all of the above, and then some. C7vette calls the San Francisco Bay Area home, where he runs Carbon Girls Promotions, a modeling agency “providing the most personable & beautiful ladies available” to represent all the hottest brands in the public eye today. His models have been seen everywhere, from the fifth annual Rennsport Reunion at Laguna Seca to the SEMA show.
When he’s not managing models, he lives up to his Instagram handle through his little black C7, which he obtained back in 2015. The Corvette is part of his family’s small fleet, which includes a lifted Jeep Wrangler Unlimited riding for those days when muddin’ and burnin’ rubber don’t mix. The car is his third overall (the Jeep his fourth), following a black C5 ‘Vette and his first ride, a red 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback.
The black beauty was already hardcore from the factory, but c7vette wanted more. Underneath lies a Borla X-pipe exhaust system with the secondary cats eliminated; the primary cats are still on board to keep things legal and smog-free. It also has a carbon-fiber aero kit from GMP Cars to better help take those twisty turns at Laguna Seca.
No matter what he does, we can all agree he and his C7 are living their best life, on the track, on the street, under a tent, and along the sea.