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We all know that Jay Leno is a noted car enthusiast. He’s gone from host of the Tonight Show to host of Jay’s Garage. His latest episode takes a look at the C7 Corvette, but it’s how we look at it that’s fascinating. From the Youtube description:

Peter Callaway and Reeves Callaway stop by the garage with the newly released shooting brake design and performance package that changes the look of the C7 Corvette with no re-body while supercharging the engine to an impressive 757 horsepower.

Back in 2013, Pete Callaway came out with his rendering for the Chevrolet Corvette Callaway AeroWagen shooting brake conversion


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All photos by Pete Callaway

An elongated roof stretches to the rear of the car, and s small window has been installed where it meets the lip spoiler. A two-door shooting brake makes for a unique look.

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The wagon made its debut at the Chuckwalla Valley Raceway as part of a TV commercial. Corvette Blogger says the wagon will be featured at the National Corvette Museum, and the hatch — designed to fit all C7-generation Corvette models — is priced from $14,990 and up. Buy the kit for your ‘Vette and you can have the coolest wagon ever in your own garage.

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(h/t Road and Track)

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