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Four hundred and five horsepower for roughly $20K—the C5 Z06 is a car that turns buyers into true believers.
The Birdman Cometh
Having scored a great deal on a 2001 Z06, Wes Bird immediately modified the Corvette for track duty.
The Art of Deception
Thanks to its carefully designed and implemented modifications, this 2003 Specter Werkes/Sports GTR is both wider than it looks and faster than it feels.
To wean his twin-turbo 863-horsepower C5 Corvette off expensive racing fuel, this owner had to come up with a novel solution.
This is no mere tuner C5; it is the Skunk Werkes Speedster, designed and executed by the man who penned the fifth-gen Corvette—John Cafaro.
King of the Hill
Best known for winning a Corvette Challenge championship, Bill Cooper has turned his attention to hillclimb racing, with a 600-horsepower C5 coupe being his weapon of choice.
Not For Sale
You’ve already heard us extol the C5 Z06 as one of the best performance-car values on the planet, so this time we thought we’d let an owner sing its praises.
Point of View
Can a Corvette really have too much power? This supercharged C5 forces the question.
C5 Twenty Five
Corvette suspension specialist Pfadt Racing heads to the world’s longest endurance race. We tag along.
The Point of No Return
Once you decide to design your own system, a twin-turbo conversion stops being an exercise in check-signing and starts to become intellectual.
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