Custom builds hold special places in many hearts. Though, there will always be the crowd who prefers to stick with stock.
The 1967 Corvette sits three inches off of the ground, proclaiming its street rod stance loud and clear. Many of the panels you’re looking at are completely custom made, too. Those include the rear pan, full belly pan, wiper grates, one-off grille, and one-off nickel bumpers as well as all nickel trim. The 1967 C2 Corvette has been finished in Arctic White with tasteful bronze accents on the exterior, while the interior kicks up the bronze look with, awash with delightful brown interior.
As for power, Mast Motorsports has dropped a 427 cubic-inch V8 under the hood, producing 700 hp. If you’re thinking the car is only for show though, you’d be mistaken. The 1967 Corvette clocked one of the fastest laps around the autocross track at the event at 42.414 seconds.
And now, you can see a walk around for yourself courtesy of ScottieDTV. Check out the car, and take in this precision build for yourself right down below.