If you've been scrolling through the site this morning, you've probably come across the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray wagon that we found on on Instagram. And before you jump to the simple "that's photoshopped" assumption, we can tell you it's not. It's not a real production vehicle, from what we've researched, these kits popped up back in the late '60s and '70s. The last picture we found above, however, is just a rendering.
There were a few places that offered the rare conversion, but Eckler's Corvette Parts was one of the main sources. Greenwood Company also offered the kit later on. We don't think Chevy would ever put one of these into production, especially with the CTS-V wagon now, but it's interesting to play the "What if?" game. Would you buy one of these?