Callaway Of the Month May '03
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Peter McArdle's 1989 Callaway Corvette
Peter's Callaway has gone through a total transformation this
Winter up in
Connecticut and received the Aerobody treatment and Coil over suspension to
update both the looks and handling. The car was totally repainted during the
extensive process and unique stainless steel screening was installed in the
"gill area" and the look is VERY sharp.
Peter's car also features a free flowing Magnaflow Stainless steel exhaust
and he recently tinted the widows for a smoother look.
Peter's car has literally tons of documentation and has a full list of
options including FX3 adjustable suspension, Z51 and Sport Interior.
Nice looking car Peter!!! We can't wait to see it at Carlisle in August!!!
Peter has removed the original Dymag wheels
and placed them in storage. His car currently wears a set of OZ Carbon Fiber
wheels with Michelin Pilot tires -275's up front and monster 315's in the
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