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This Corvette conversion makes for the coolest ‘wagen’ ever Peter Calloway / Road and Track

It’s taken years, but it’s finally here.

It was in 2013 that Pete Callaway came out with his rendering for the  Chevrolet Corvette Callaway AeroWagen shooting break conversion. But it’s real — and it’s not your daddy’s “wagen.” It’s as cool as it gets.

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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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