1962 Corvette body on modern chassis and all modern features.
They’ve bought the 1962 Corvette body and stretched it out, I think, six inches in length and four inches across the front, to fit a 2000 to 2004 Corvette chassis. They take a donor car, chuck the body, and they put a beautiful ’62 body on top. That way, everything inside the car is computerized-you’re not dealing with strong-arm steering or manual windows, or any of that. I have a navigation system and a fantastic stereo inside. It’s everything I hoped for in a classic car,
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