1963 Corvette Custom Split Window Coupe known as "The Outer Limits" was built and restyled by Farhner custom shop of Kansas City, MO from a brand new factory split window coupe that had less than 100 miles on it and completed in late 1963. The wheel wells were radiused and the fender tops were heightened and finned outward. Shaved door handles were replaced with electrical solenoids. Side pipes were added along with a custom screw gear mechanism to open the hood for show car displays. It was featured in Rod and Custom magazine. Paint is White Pearl with White leather interior with contrasting Red carpet and an asymmetrical modified dash. A shooting star theme can be seen on the headliner and 5-star custom wheels, This car was restored in the 1970's and upon completion shown at the Car Craft Street Machine Nationals. The under car and chassis are absolute jewelry!!! Thousands of dollars were spent on custom chrome plating. Motor is a high performance V8 that runs very strong backed-up by a Muncie 4 speed and 3.36 posi-traction rear end.
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