This 1963 Chevrolet Corvette was stripped down and catapulted to
the 20th century by mating the original body to a Roadster Shop
Spec 7 chassis, with a factory ZL1 9.9-inch differential, C7
suspension with adjustable coilovers, featuring adjustable
dampening as well as rack & pinion steering and 13-inch Wilwood
brakes at all four corners. Raise the Dakota Digital electric
linear actuated hood and there's a new GM 6.2-liter V8 LSA
supercharged engine producing a factory-rated 580hp paired with a
GM 4L60 4-speed automatic transmission. Features include a
side-pipe exhaust and custom-built Ultimate headers. The black
exterior features a Viper Red-accented custom Stinger hood, as well
as wider quarter-panels to accommodate wider wheels. The underbody
was coated with Raptor liner, the glass was replaced and a new
black Stayfast convertible top was installed, as well as a Detroit
speed headlight motor. The interior features a red leather stitched
dash, a custom console and custom-stitched leather door panels. The
amenities include a Vintage Air climate-control system, power
windows, Dakota Digital carbon-fiber gauges, Rockford Fosgate
stereo with Bluetooth, tilt steering column and a C2-style wood
steering wheel. To finish this build off, it's riding on custom
Curtis Speed 20-inch rear and 19-inch front wheels accented by
Diamondback red line tires. There was no expense spared in this
1963 Chevrolet Corvette
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