This 1958 Corvette was professionally built with a new 2021
Corvette LT1 direct-injected 6.2-liter V8 engine putting out 460hp
and 465 ft/lbs of torque and paired with a 4L75E automatic
transmission. It features an Art Morrison C7 independent front and
rear suspension, with a fully adjustable ride height and Strange
coilovers, Wilwood brakes with C7 6-piston front calipers, 14-inch
rotors and stainless-steel brake lines. It rides on EVOD one-off
custom wheels with knock-off center nuts, shaved Hancock tires and
added whitewalls for an original custom appearance. It has power
rack & pinion steering, a Rick's stainless gas tank with GM fuel
pump, Fragola Teflon fuel lines and fittings, GM wiring harness, a
factory-programmed computer, electric activated 3-position
automatic hood, Dakota Digital VHX gauges and LED lighting
throughout. The frame was powder-coated in black chrome, while the
body is all-original and was completely stripped with glass beads
before being finished in PPG Antique Alabaster and Global High
Solids clear. The same attention to detail was performed on the
bottom side of the car, which was painted with a black ceramic
coating. The interior features a brand-new stereo made to look like
the original 1958 Wonder Bar model with Bluetooth, JL amplifier,
subwoofer and JL speakers. The convertible top was completely
restored in a Stayfast material matching the Blood Red interior
color. ** PREVIEW
1958 Chevrolet Corvette
Exterior Color:ANTIQUE ALABASTER
Interior Color:BLOOD RED
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