1989 Corvette Challenge car #11. Sixty of the 1989 Corvette Challenge cars came off the assembly line, but only 30 of them were race prepared. The original engines were substituted out at Powell Motorsports in Wixom, Mi. with engines specifically built for the challenge cars by the flint engine plant and tuned for equal performance by Specialized Vehicles, inc. in Troy, Mi. After the series was finished, the sealed race engines were replaced with the original factory installed matching numbered engines. Other simularities were roll cages, fire system, special seats, Z51 suspensions including the new FX3 selective ride system, heavy duty springs and stabilizer bars just to mention a few.
The #11 car was very successful participating in the full series and finished 2nd overall. It scored wins at Toronto and Mosport, 2nd at Sears Point and 3rd at Des Moines and the Meadowlands races. With the Sony sponsorship and competitive performance, it's one of the most important and recognized of the 30 race prepared Corvette Challenge cars.
This challenge car was delivered through Valley Chevrolet in Wilkes-barre, Pa. The first owner was Peter Lockhart Racing in Toronto, Canada. The second owner was Mike Yeager. It now resides with it's 3rd owner in California.
The car still remains all original and as raced throughout. Only 28 of the 1989 Corvette Challenge cars remain. It was awarded the first NCRS Challenge Car award in July of 2009. It shows only 4,760 miles since new. One race at a time, of course! This is your chance to own a piece of corvette history. Much documentation to prove this is the "real deal" #11 Corvette Challenge car! Email me for contact info.
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