Caraway Sledgehammer C4 Corvette (Caraway Sledgehammer C4 Corvette) is one-to-one, can do two things-250 miles per hour, and will not be scattered in the process. John Lingenfelter broke through that goal on October 26, 1988, reaching 254.76 mph. Then, the car sat in the museum for about thirty years. Start selling now.
At the time of writing, Sledgehammer has nine days left to reach the highest bid Bring the trailer.The current bid is $425,476, while Carfax report He said it was a sale. In 2004, the buyer was just the founder Reeves Callaway himself.
Therefore, the shape of the sledgehammer is as perfect as you wish, and Callaway Cars provided new couplings, hoses and accessories for its engines in 2018, and the odometer reads just north of 2,000 miles. .
Sledgehammer produces 880 horsepower and 772 pound-feet of torque from its 5.7-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine. But to break through 250, it is not only powerful, so Callaway has completely redesigned the appearance to reduce resistance and optimize heat dissipation. The suspension has also been adjusted to increase the impact and reduce the ride height. Of course, a roll cage must also be installed-and these only include some of the most significant changes to this legendary Corvette.
Finally, the sledgehammer completed the scheduled work. Callaway intends to continue to develop the project and make it participate in various media competitions to determine the fastest car in the world, such as Car and Driver’s “Gathering Of The Eagles” which originally inspired this version. However, after that amazing running speed of 254 mph, the sledgehammer was almost dormant.
Since then, Callaway will of course continue to make wild frigates, Like C12, which one Claimed pole position Participated in the GT2 category of the 2001 Le Mans 24 Hours. Or C7 (Please don’t confuse it with the C7 generation Corvette), this is my personal favorite, because I’ve been a fan of Hot Wheels since I was a child, and Gotham Racing Project 3 On Xbox 360.
One of Callaway’s coolest creations also happens to be one of its latest works: AeroWagen based on C7 Z06 Starting in 2017. Because everything is better than hitting the brakes-even “Werther”.
Callaway said when building Sledgehammer that mass production would cost US$400,000 (I emphasize the money in 1988). At today’s exchange rate, it is approximately US$902,000. Right now, this car is only half left, and there is more than a week left. I have a hunch that the sledgehammer will reap what it deserves, and then reap some more.