The Z06 story started in 1963 as an options package that was first offered on that unmistakably cool, split-window coupe. The 327 cubic-inch monster in that sled was so thirsty, a massive 36.5 gallon gas tank was available, if only to enable more laps at the racetrack between refuels. Since then, a steady stream of special edition Corvettes has spilled out of Chevy’s Bowling Green, Kentucky factory. This latest, greatest range topper earns its hyperbolic keep.
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