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Callaway Of the Quarter - October - December 2007

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 Callaway C7R GT Prototype

     

 This month we are featuring the groundbreaking performance GT race cars that Reeves Callaway and his team created from his vision, of what a sports car should be. Called the C7, it is the seventh project in Callaway Cars' history, and was designed for racing with a street variant to follow. With only two cars being made (see the story on GT1 rules in the Racer article), the one sold in 2004 at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, AZ, while the other resides in the lobby of Callaway Cars headquarters for all visitors to see.

Featured in Racer Magazine, June 1997, they have outlined the specifications neatly in their feature. Please see their review amongst our images below...

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Special thanks to Luigi Automotive Photography for many of the images.

 

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