2007 Corvette Ron Fellows Championship Z06


I think this is one the best engineering and desing ever put together by an American vehicle manufacturer. I love this car with subtle looks and menacing stance. Its nothing short of amazing, if ever you want to feel how a rocket launches and gravity pushing you into your seat then this is the vehicle to get 505 bhp and 0-60 mph in 3.8 seconds. A great interior but with so much power, it takes the right person to take control of this vehicle because it is no joke. The interior of this vehicle is a very nice combination of red and black, with a nice white exterior. They did right with this version of the Corvette, and the legend grows.












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A guy who is just trying to enjoy life!


  1. The corvette is the best bang for the buck performance car. No car can beat its price-for-power balance. When you drive a Z06, your face will have a grin on it that you just can’t explain. You gotta try it to know what I’m talking about. Long live the corvette.

  2. Big B

    I totally agree with Hitman, its a amazing drive. But there is a way to test drive it. If you get a chance to travel to Bahrain, u can test drive it on the racing track there. They have lods of other cars too. Specially for a person like me Speed is every thing so i often get a chance to go there and drive a few good cars they have there.
    Marzouq: Nice pics mate :)

  3. Nora-Cassandra

    That’s the only American car that I ever loved driving! I don’t know what to say but it’s a hell of a car and they know how to keep it beautiful!!!!

  4. Nora-Cassandra

    Marzouq: Could you check and tell me what car is this: I2B Concept Reus?? I was checking Hummer H4 and this came to my screen!

  5. Hitman1: very true! You will be smiling like crazy, its an amazing vehicle!

    Big B: Thanks! Yeah going to be Bahrain you can test drive a lot of cars, too bad we dont have that here!

    Nora: Yeah its very nice! I have no clue whats that concept vehicle because their are a lot of them!

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