This '63 C2 Split-Window Corvette was built from the foundation up
by Weaver Customs in Jordan, UT, beginning with a Roadster Shop
Fast Track chassis. The engine is a GM Performance LS3 525hp Hot
Cam V8 with a modern 4L65E 4-speed automatic transmission. The
Corvette features a Hydes Italian leather interior along with
Dakota Digital gauges, KICKER stereo, Billet Specialties steering
wheel with Restomod Air climate control system; a full set of
14-inch drilled and slotted Wilwood brakes bring it all to a stop.
The front corners are anchored by a set of 18x9-inch Budnick wheels
with 20x15-inch wheels in the rear, all shod in Mickey Thompson
tires. The Corvette features functional side pipes and custom
functional hood vents to round out the package. Additionally, the
Corvette has a flush-mount windshield that took over 100 hours to
install. The cowl was upgraded as well, including the removal of
the windshield wipers and custom billet inset vents. The rear
split-window also received the flush-mounted treatment, taking
twice the time as the front glass due to it being two pieces.
Keeping a link to the new 2020 C8 Corvette, the show-quality Axalta
paint is the Torch Red color from a 2020 C8 Corvette. At the
Goodguys Spring Nationals in Scottsdale in April, "Torch" was
selected Top 10 Builders Choice for 2021. Has test miles only. **
1963 Chevrolet Corvette
Exterior Color:TORCH RED
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