Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale January 19th - 22nd, 2017 at Russo and Steele's 17th Annual Scottsdale Arizona Auction at the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. Please contact us for more information. Immaculate throughout, this 1963 Corvette custom is one of the nicest you will find anywhere! Combining classic and modern elements, it was completed to the highest detail using the best components with no dollars spared in the process. Finished in Mercedes Brilliant Silver using Glasurit paint products, this laser-straight Corvette is a true standout with power by a crate GM LS9 supercharged ZR1 Corvette engine putting down over 600 horsepower backed by a Tremec Extreme TKO600 transmission. Riding on a custom Street Shops chassis, brakes are Willwood SL6 6-piston up front and SL4 4-piston rear brakes. Underpinnings include a Dana Super 44 independent rear setup and coilovers on all four corners. Exhaust is removed by a custom polished stainless steel system with quad tips. Rolling stock includes custom 3-piece Asanti chrome wheels with Michelin performance tires. Outstanding details include a polished supercharger, carbon fiber-like engine cover, Hydratech hydraulic brake assist unit, Vintage Air air conditioning, and a custom aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. The interior was completed by the award-winning Chuck Rowland from CAR Upholstery. He was commissioned to create a modern-retro interior following the new meets old vision of the build. The interior features a full-custom dash, one-off seats, door panels, console, and cargo space, using Porsche CanCan red leather and Daytona weave carpeting. Interior amenities consist of custom gauges from Classic Instruments, power windows, power door locks, a tilt steering column, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a full stereo using Focal front and rear speakers and a custom subwoofer enclosure hidden inside the rear cargo area. This custom Split Window has just emerged from an extensive multi-year restoration and custom build to the highest level of detail and has traveled only an approximate 100 miles since completion.