Earth Motorcars is proud to offer this 1956 Chevrolet Corvette LS6
Pro Touring Convertible.
Over 1,400 Hours were invested in creating this amazing Machine..
The vehicle was created for an owner that wanted all the style of a vintage 1956 Corvette with all the modern components and driveability of a modern day corvette.
Drive this car to any car show and drive home with all the awards.
Stunning is the only way to describe this car!
*Completely restored Resto Mod convertible
*Built LS6 Z06 410 HP engine
*700 R4 automatic transmission
*Jim Meyer Racing - custom chassis front and rear suspension
*Custom red leather seats
*Willwood Disc Brakes with red Calipers front and rear
*Show stopping looks and performance
*Aluminum radiator with twin electric fans
*Narrowed 9? Moser Ford rear end with 4 bar set up
*Flaming river power rack and pinion steering
*Wilwoods power assisted 4-wheel disc brakes
*18? chrome Coddington wheels with BF Goodrich sport tires
*Autometer Phantom white faced gauges and upgraded stereo
*Exterior finished in iconic PPG Black with silver coves
*15? leather wrapped steering wheel with chrome tilt column*
Overall presentation is show quality throughout!
This stunning Vette gives you all the modern creature comforts of a modern Corvette and will turn heads everywhere.
Please note that this unit is Titled as a 1956 Corvette as well.
Contact one of our specialists at 214-483-9040 or email us at email@example.com
Putting the power behind the driver has been proposed frequently, and for more than 60 years
GM Styling Division had updated the sports car and added a rotary engine before the automaker pulled the plug on the project
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