This 1965 Corvette custom convertible was completed in January 2021
with upgrades, including an Art Morrison Corvette GT sport chassis
and Corvette Z06 brakes with drilled and slotted rotors. It's
powered by a new 376ci 8-cylinder LS3 engine paired with a new
4L70E automatic transmission. Power is laid to the road with
18-inch front and 20-inch rear Schott Mach V wheels wrapped in red
line performance tires. The mirror black exterior paint is
complemented by a Haartz Stayfast top. Features include power
steering, remote-operated hood actuator, Vintage Air, power
windows, Dakota Digital RTX gauges with programmable LED lighting
via cellphone, Billet Specialties steering wheel, Lokar polished
shifter and a chrome Ididit steering column. The red interior
features soft leather-covered dash, door panels and seats with
contrasting stitching. The original radio was fitted with new
electronics and provides Bluetooth connectivity.
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