According to the ad this custom build doesn’t rattle and doesn’t shimmy, which is impressive considering all the fabrication that went into it. It has about 8,400 miles on it since the completion of the build, which was back in April of 2014. The build features a custom chassis which was developed to mate the drivetrain of Corvette to the body. You’ve probably noticed the chop-top roof, which has been reinforced and is also removable, pretty sweet huh?
The listing also states that this hot rod was, “designed with servicing in mind, for major service the entire drive train drops from the car how GM designed.” With a weight of just over 2,500 pounds and a weight distribution of 49.9 percent, we think this car sounds as fun to drive as the seller makes it out to be. What we wouldn’t do to take this thing for a test drive.
Some of the other goodies include a Hurst short throw shifter, custom headers, Corvette Grand Sport wheels wrapped in Nitto NTO5 tires, Edlebrock Pro-Flo intake, New Vintage gauges, and an Aeromotive A-1000 fuel pump.
For the complete (and lengthy) list of parts, see the listing here. With the highest bid of $39,000, this head-turning hot rod will remain in the hands of the seller.