The Houston area dealer has gussied up the exterior of the Stingray with a Forgiato body kit, which has been revised to include a new lower front clip, along with much wider fender flares to hug the massive rubber surrounding the gun-metal gray wheels installed. The rear end has been outfitted with a new rear splitter with a slotted design as well. All these upgrades sound great, and although styling is subjective, some buyers may like the look the dealer upgrades offer.
But how much would you pay for a custom body kit for your Corvette Stingray? Well, the dealer is currently listing the car online at a crispy $139,850. The looks are good, but a the huge price bump seems a bit ridiculous. We’re sure someone will surely scoop up the unique ‘Vette regardless.
What do you say? Do these exterior upgrades warrant a price bump in the tens of thousands?