Modifying and Customizing a 1963 Chevrolet Corvette split-window coupe is an obsession to many enthusiasts, and with the impressive build quality of this custom model. Created by owner Verrillo Motor Car Company, this one-off build listed for $299,999.
From the outside, this Corvette appears to be a slightly modified split-window, but the closer I look, the more small custom touches I find. Starting with House of Kolors’ Black Sparkle Metallic paint, this chassis features unique elements such as heat extractors on the hood, carbon fiber fender vents on the C6 ZR1 and custom-made wheels (19″ front, 20″ rear) with a simulated design.
The rear quarter panels have also been subtly modified to accommodate those taller and wider tires. The interior also looks mostly stocked except for the late-style sport bucket seats.
What really makes this restaurant amazing is the parts of the car that you can’t see. For starters, it rides on a custom tubular chassis using a basic C7 suspension setup with coilover shocks, but the heart of this beast is the 6.2-liter LT4 V8 supercharged from the C7 Z06 that is rated at 650 horsepower. These fat rear tires are powered by a Tremec five-speed manual gearbox and a Dana 44 aluminum rear end with 3.50 gears.
If you want a custom classic car that’s fun to drive and great to show off, the 1963 Chevrolet Corvette is a very cool take on it. Contact the Verrillo Motor Car Company today for more information on this single, split window, or any other classic car for sale.