First 2011 Corvette Honors Sports Car’s First Le Mans Win 50 Years Ago

First 2011 Corvette Honors Sports Car’s First Le Mans Win 50 Years Ago
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The very first 2011 Corvette to roll off the assembly line is a Z06 model built to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Corvette’s first Le Mans class win. With styling similar to that 1960 Briggs Cunningham Corvette, it gets Arctic White paint and blue racing stripes, as well as a big #3 on the door. In addition, the B pillar features a 50th Anniversary logo. Other details include the Z07 performance package and a CFZ carbon fiber package, plus Cyber Gray wheels.

VIN #00001, the car is a one-of-one and according to CorvetteBlogger, will be auctioned off at a fundraiser for the National Corvette Museum.

For more pics of this rare Corvette, hit the link below.

[Source: CorvetteBlogger]