Automobile Magazine’s “The Chevrolet 100” Includes Callaway

Commemorating Chevrolet’s 100th Anniversary, Automobile Magazine’s November 2011 issue lists the 100 “Cars, People, Technologies, Events and Milestones that have marked Chevrolet’s 100 Years” in “The Chevrolet 100”.
They are listed in chronological order.

From the article:

No. 78

Reeves Callaway
Chevrolet chief engineer Don Runkle wanted to explore the turbocharging the Corvette V-8, so he had the idea to reach out to racer and tuner Reeves Callaway. That led to the 1987 Callaway Twin Turbo Corvette, which could be ordered as RPO B2K. Callaway’s association with Chevrolet deepened and his prominence grew when he began building and campaigning racing cars and adding more street cars. Today Callaway makes special versions of the Corvette, the Camaro, and the Silverado.