1977 Chevy Corvette Stingray Restomod that looks like the Batmobile!
This Corvette Stingray Restomod has been garage kept for over 10 years with no more than 20,000 miles on the engine since my restoration. While it is not perfect, it is a beautiful car and fast too! Burgundy in color with a black interior, black tinted windows, Indigo blue LED interior and exterior lighting and a custom digital Glowshift instrument cluster with 7 different LED lighting functions. Keep out unwanted guests with power door locks and a state of the art alarm system by Viper Alarms. Keep cool with power windows and T-Tops. The steering wheel tilts and is telescopic. Watch and listen to all your favorite movies and music with the Boss audio and video entertainment system with a 7 inch touchscreen, Sony 4 ways, 2,000 watt mono amp and sub. Backing up is a breeze with the backup camera to see behind you. All of this sits atop a 350 cubic inch 4 bolt main motor, equipped with Edelbrock Performer Intake Manifold and Carburetor. This sexxxy chromed out machine is cooled by a heavy duty water pump and a 4 core aluminium radiator. Although there are some cosmetic blemishes, this car is ready to roll and will surely turn heads. Serious inquiries only.
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