Combining the best features of Corvette model years 1963 to 1967
into a C2 with modern features, this '67 custom coupe has an L88
re-creation feel to it, combining the wide stance of a '63 Grand
Sport and cold-air intake hood and built engine. Powered by a
high-performance Chevrolet V8 with engine has forged internals
beneath Brodix aluminum heads, Edelbrock intake and an electronic
fuel-injection system. Custom "bunch of snakes" side exhaust not
only looks good but has a menacing sound with the proper firing
order from the C2 era. A rare L88 Ram Air hood adds additional
horsepower to the already powerful fully built engine. The power
steering pump has a 16:1 ratio for just the right amount of assist
while maintaining good road feel, while Wilwood brakes stop this
car properly. It is outfitted with a 3:08 final drive ratio behind
a Richmond 5-speed manual transmission not only to keep rpm low at
freeway cruising speeds, it also can handle a lot more power than
the factory's original offering. Cooling has been upgraded by
Mattson's tri-core radiator and finned cooling overflow tank to
ensure this monster engine from overheating. The car has been
custom tuned by Westech Performance, a tuning shop noted for
featuring in many episodes of Motor Trend's "Engine Masters." A
custom-painted, fiberglass-flared widebody with painted Stinger
graphic is grafted onto the rust-free frame to attain better than
OEM looks with 275/17 and 315/17 tires. The flowing line of the
flares is then capped by custom front and rear splitter to make the
car a standout at any show and at the same time improves
aerodynamics on any track. While the custom leather interior not
only looks, feels and smells as good as any fine Italian leather,
the Vintage Air climate-control system will keep you feeling and
looking cool in this one-of-a-kind build. Other upgrades include
all-new '64 "bent needle" gauges with a recalibrated 200-mph
speedometer, Grand Sport center console, upgraded windshield wiper
system, adjustable racing shocks, Global West upper A-arms with
bump steer kit, all-new stainless brake lines and a Tanks Inc.
fuel-injection tank with high-flow fuel pump submerged inside the
tank to keep running temperature down.
1967 Chevrolet Corvette
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