Callaway has become a synonymous name with Corvette over the past couple of decades. Thirty years ago, Callaway became the first third-party performance house to receive an official RPO code for on production Corvettes. That code was B2K, which represented full assembled Corvettes with twin-turbos attached to the V8 engine lurking beneath the bonnet.
So, to celebrate the milestone, the National Corvette Museum has dedicated a new exhibit to all that is Callaway. In total, 15 Callaway Corvettes will be on display, including milestones like the 1988 Callaway Sledgehammer, and the most recent Callaway SC757 Corvette Z06.
The exhibit is open now and will run through May 5, 2017. For a complete list of vehicles you will find on display, you can check it out at the link here.