This professional rotisserie restoration and custom build with
modern components started with an original 1963 Corvette
convertible and was completed in December of 2020. This custom
Corvette is equipped with a Street Shop custom chassis fitted with
QA1 adjustable coilovers and C7 independent suspension. The GM
Performance 7.0-liter LS7 crate engine, rated at 505hp and 470
ft/lbs of torque, is mated to a GM crate 4L65E automatic
transmission. Performance upgrades to the LS7 include a Holley
Sniper EFI sheet metal intake, 102mm polished throttle body, custom
air intake, 2.5-inch side exhaust and a custom tune with spec
sheets provided. The brake system includes a Wilwood master
cylinder, Hydratech hydro-boost system, stainless-steel lines and
C7 Corvette brakes on all four corners. The all-leather interior is
wrapped in Torch Red, including the dash, seats, door panels,
armrests and deck strip. To increase comfort, custom high-back
seats were added, as well as air conditioning, power windows, a
polished Flaming River steering column, custom wood steering wheel,
push-button E-brake system and Dakota Digital gauges. The white
exterior is accented by the Torch Red Stinger hood and matching
engine compartment. To round out the exterior modifications, flared
quarter panels were added, as well as a Detroit Speed fast
headlight system, upgraded wiper system, smoke-tinted glass and C7
Z06 chrome wheels wrapped in Michelin tires.
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