Commemorative Edition Lingenfelter Corvette

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I was reading this month’s issue of Road & Track and noticed they had a test on the Commemorative Edition Lingenfelter Corvette. This car features a hand built C5R based 427 CID Gen II twin turbo engine cranking out over 600 HP at the rear wheels on 93 octane-unleaded fuel. Enough power to do 136MPH in the quarter mile and light up the rear tires when cruising on the freeway at 70MPH.

Each car gets a custom Caravaggio Conolly leather interior, Lingenfelter C6 body kit, massive 345 series Michelin Sport tires on 19”x12” rear HRE forged three piece aluminum wheels, Brembo brakes, serial numbered badges and side emblems.

Complete cars start at under $140,000.00. Only 25 cars will be built and serial numbers can be reserved now. Seeing as serial #1 has been bashed around by Road & Track, I think I will take No. 25. Assuming Sarah doesn’t kill me.


5 thoughts on “Commemorative Edition Lingenfelter Corvette”

  1. mrrbob says:

    Why should Sarah kill you? You are bringing in the bucks. Your entitled to have some fun. Just make sure you post a few pics so the rest of us can drool. Better yet drive over to wenatchee wa and hit me up. I’ll take you out for lunch and you can let me drive it or at least give me a ride.

  2. Stephen says:

    LOL! I think he posted this to make himself feel better. Last night he was showing me pictures of which mini-van he was going to buy!

    I guess the Sienna XLE isn’t a bad choice, but it ain’t a Vette! LOL!

  3. Guk says:

    You can buy a nice ferrari with that money 🙂

  4. John Chow says:

    Well, not really. Ferrari’s start at $180,000 retail. The problem is you can’t buy them for retail. And if you’re willing to pay more than retail, you run into problem number 2 – there is a waiting list of buyers willing to pay more than retail.

    mrrbob – Sarah wouldn’t really kill me. I just have to do the old “Look what I brought for you *show expensive gift*. BTW – I got a little something for myself as well.” 🙂

  5. Shawn Knight says:

    Lingenfelter has always produced the best aftermarket Vettes IMO. Have you seen the Lingenfelter Vette vs “DSM Import” video on YouTube? Absolutely amazing…

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