The Boxvette is a 1965 corvette that Gary Box build in 1999. It has been driving the streets of Ohio ever since. The vette has run at the track and on the street consistently. In 2001, the Boxvette won the Fastest Street Car Shootout at Norwalk Raceway Park. The car had to complete a cruise around the city of Norwalk and then race round robin at the track until there was no cars left standing.
Over the years, the car has had many different engines and has been seen cruising as far away as Goodguys in Columbus and at Mill Hollow in Vermilion. It can go 5 miles per hour in a parade in the morning and race at the track in the afternoon. It was given the name the Boxvette from everyone saying "Have You Seen Box's Vette"
If you see it on the road, snap a picture and send it to our facebook page.
The Boxvette has won nurerous awards listed below.
Holds the track record at Norwalk Raceway Park for the Fastest Driven Street Car
Gary Box 4th place in Pro Street 1965-79 at the Piston Powered Cleveland Autor-Rama with 1965 Vette in 2013
Car Craft Dyno Challenge Cleveland Autorama 1st place 2007
Illinois Corvette Fest-Judges Choice Award-2005
Car Craft Magazines Dyno Challenge 1st Place-2004
US fastest Street Car Shoot out 2nd place 2002
ISCA Outstanding Street Machine-20001
World Auto Parts Best Pro Street machine 2001
Cleveland Autorama 1st place of excellence 2001
Car Craft Magazines Dyno challenge 1st Place 2001
Norwalk Raceway Park -Ohios Fastest Street Car- -2001
Cleveland Autorama Best Engineered Street Machine -2000