This 1965 Corvette Grand Sport Re-Creation Resto-Mod received a
5-year, no expense spared, frame-off restoration and customization
by The Bow Tie Shop in Billerica, MA. features an upgraded custom
wide body kit and hood. Power comes from a built 302ci V8 engine
with a COMP CAM, TRW pistons and 292 heads paired with a new Muncie
M22 4-speed manual transmission and a posi-traction rear end with
3.55 gears. Equipped with modern Holley electronic fuel injection,
March polished pulley system, Borgeson power steering conversion,
an ATL fuel cell with Magna 275 pump and pressure regulator and
Stainless Works headers feeding a custom exhaust with MagnaFlow
mufflers. This custom rides on upgraded Bilstein shocks, tubular
upper control arms, 1-1/8-inch front sway bar, Performance Plus
rear suspension system and offset rear trailing arms rolling on
18-inch ET LT-III wheels wrapped with Mickey Thompson ET Street
tires. Stopping power is provided by a Hydratech Hydroboost braking
system with Speed Direct C6 Z06 four-wheel disc brake kit. The
custom interior features seat covers, door panels, Corvette Grand
Sport Billet door hinges and Stroud 5-point racing harnesses, along
with a 1963-gauge package as well as a Flaming River tilt column,
Vintage Air, power windows and a custom stereo system with
navigation and a backup camera. Includes receipts and a thumb drive
with restoration photos. Just under 500 test miles since
1965 Chevrolet Corvette
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
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