This 1963 Corvette Split-Window Coupe is a complete build with
attention to detail throughout. It sits on a custom chassis and
suspension built by Street Shop. The exterior is finished in 2004
Corvette Magnetic Red 3-stage PPG paint over a laser-straight
original '63 body. Thousands of labor hours went into this
no-expense-spared build. This '63 is powered by a new GM 502ci
535hp aluminum-headed V8 with Crower stainless-steel roller
rockers. It has a March pulley setup with custom ceramic-coated
headers. The engine is mated to a Keisler Engineering TREMEC TKO
600 5-speed manual transmission connected to a chromoly driveshaft
turning a Dana 44 Corvette posi-traction rear end with 3.45 gears.
It sits on a Street Shop frame equipped with a more modern, custom
independent suspension and coilovers at all four corners. This
split-window rides on 18x8-inch Budnik Gasser II wheels with
BFGoodrich G-Force Sports 245/40ZR18s tires. Other features include
Wilwood big-brake slotted and drilled rotors, hydraulic clutch, MSD
electronic distributor, aluminum radiator, power steering, power
brakes, stainless Billy Boat exhaust, Vintage Air, Dakota Digital
gauges, '67 Corvette big-block hood, new glass, Z06 leather seats,
English Wilton wool carpet and many other custom features
showcasing a professionally built car.
1963 Chevrolet Corvette
Exterior Color:MAGNETIC RED
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