As the solid foundation for a recent frame-up pro-touring build, this slick 1962 Corvettes smooth body is covered in a glowing coat of Red urethane from its trendy quad headlights all the way to its signature quad tail lights. That bright monochromatic paint, which still looks wet under our RK Motors Charlotte production studio lights, provides a fitting tribute that goes hand in hand with both the cars significant role in Corvette performance history and its newfound revitalization as a modern and attractive custom. There is absolutely no evidence this C1s fiberglass has ever been hit or seen significant repairs, its panel gaps appear to be at better-than-factory tolerances, and its surfaces are as clean as when they pulled into a Chevrolet showroom almost 50 years ago. Instead of sticking with the cars original small block mill, one of the previous owners decided a dual-quad engine would be an excellent complement to its killer good looks, and we cant help but agree. A perfect fit in the bright red engine bay, the balanced and blueprinted 350 cubic inch Corvette crate engine is almost as fun to look at as it is to drive! Behind that stout small block, a rebuilt Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed transmission utilizes a factory correct rear end to make highway cruising a relaxed affair thats marked by instantaneous acceleration. And at the corners of the cars modern suspension, manual disc brakes hang behind 17 inch American Racing Salt Flat Specials which spin 215/45 front and 245/45 rear Kumho Ecstas around completely polished surfaces. Inside the car a sumptuous vinyl interior complements an impressive red dash which houses fantastic looking Auto Meter white faced gauges, a brushed Corvette insert and fresh chrome accessory knobs. Incredibly fun and exceptionally well-built this awesome C1 pro-tourer will transform your weekend commute into a one car parade.
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