In the Pantheon of modified Corvette, this one is quite tasteful. Limited to 60 units, 60th anniversary Cunningham Corvette Commemorating the Cunningham C4R and C4RK in 1962 Le Mans Racing and Cunningham C3 Tour Sports carThe uniform that resembles a vaguely includes a white body and distinctive side blade blue accents, unusual fender-mounted air intakes, racing stripes (although they do look black in the picture above) and gooseneck ( ish) Wing No. 3. There are also red decorations on the front and back.The name Cunningham is in memory of Briggs fast Cunningham is a racing legend in the middle of the century and the owner of the aforementioned cars.
Technically speaking, this car was produced by the long-used Corvette tuner Lingenfelter.Officially, Cunningham is an independent company, “It was established to develop New car And car Aftermarket part.Specifically, advanced ceramics brake Components, it (it) is currently being developed (it) into an all-electric car manufacturer. “So, this is both Lingenfelter and Cunningham. I am also confused, anyway.
This is what you get. Every 60th anniversary Cunningham Corvette is a 3LT decorated car. The 6.2-liter V8 of the C8 Corvette was adjusted to “600+” horsepower by Lingenfelter, including a carbon fiber Intake manifold and Corsa Sport tuning head and air box. The exhaust unit is upgraded to a Corsa Sport unit, and you can hear all its glory in the video below.The Z51 suspension with magnetic dampers was upgraded by Lingenfelter to a “performance street/track setting), while the standard 19-inch front/20-inch rear wheels were replaced by custom forged aluminum HRE wheels, and the size was expanded to 20/21 inches They look a bit plastic, but they are also modeled after the Halibrand Kidney Bean wheels used on the original 1960 Le Mans champion Cunningham Corvettes. They are Michelin. pilot Sports 4S rubber, built-in Cunningham/MOV’IT brakes. The Z51 spoiler was replaced by Cunningham’s swan-neck wing as part of its larger aerodynamic package, designed by Peter Stevens Design.
This car has Corvette’s Tension Blue/Twilight Blue interior options and Competition Sport seats…at least in the photo above.Photo of one of the seats Auto show One is completely decorated in blue to match the exterior decoration.
Each car will be numbered (60 XX is even embroidered on the seat back) and VIN enters the Cunningham Registry, which is obviously good. However, everyone wears size 3, so if you are a big fan of Jeff Gordon and prefer size 24, that would be too bad.
To be one of the lucky 60 people, you need to invest $5,000. The purchase price is US$159,995, which is only a little higher than the basic price of 3LT of US$72,945. But hey, Cunningham throws out a historic 1/18 scale model of Cunningham Le Mans Corvette.