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Country of origin:United States
Produced from:1974 - 1976
Numbers built:12
Internal name:C3
Designed by:John Greenwood
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:November 20, 2014
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Chassis CC001 The first of the twelve wide body Corvettes built by John Greenwood, this example was not used until the Daytona Finale in 1975. Greenwood once again dominated the race after starting from pole. Liveried in the Spirit of Sebring '76 colours, it was then raced at Daytona and >>>

Chassis CC002 The second of three chassis built for Greenwood's own use, this example was used extensively for testing and development during the 1974 season. In 1975, it ran as the 'Spirit of Sebring' car at Daytona and Sebring. Although it started on pole at Daytona and third at Sebring>>>

Chassis CC006 One of the first customer cars delivered, this Greenwood Corvette was acquired by the Garcia brothers, Javier, George and Manuel. They campaigned the car in the 1976 Daytona 24 Hours and Sebring 12 Hours. They qualified 4th for both races and finished 22nd and 29th respectiv>>>

Chassis CC007 Rick Mancuso, a Chicago-based racer and good friend of John Greenwood ordered this car for the 1976 Daytona and Sebring races. Due to delays, the car was not ready until Sebring. Unfortunately, it also failed to start this race due to an accident in practice. With Greenwood'>>>

Chassis CC008 Acquired new by Tampa, Florida based raced R.V. Shulnburg, this is one of three wide-body customer cars built by Greenwood. Shulnburg raced the car, predominantly at Sebring, through to 1980. The car proved quick but eventually not reliable, so it rarely finished the races i>>>

Chassis CC012 The twelfth and last Corvette built by John Greenwood, this car was completed in 1977 but sat unused until 1982. Entered and driven in that year's Lime Rock IMSA raced by Al DeLeo, it lasted just 11 laps. This was the Corvette's only contemporary entry and it then disappeare>>>

  Article Image gallery (65) Chassis (6) Specifications