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Check out this week’s featured Corvettes:
John Perkins' 1972
My Vette was handed down to me by my uncle who bought it new in ’72. It has 60K original miles on the all numbers matching 350 coupe and is about 90% all factory original parts.
I put Crager S/S wheels on it and a Hurst Speed Shifter was added in the late 70’s. We still have the original parts that were taken off. It truly is a garage queen.
Diane's Project 1978
I have been working on this Corvette for about year.
Handmade chrome steel front and rear bumpers, replace rear transverse spring with coil overs & coil overs on front, Wilwood rotors & calipers, modified ’05 GTO rack & pinion, 18″ front & rear wheels w/ Nitto tires, ’68 Charger side markers, LS3 engine w/ manual trans, pastel apple green candy w/ silver metallic base, custom console & dash w/ tan & black interior.
Derek Ferreira's 1969 Roadster
Originally a 1969 L36 427, 4 speed roadster. The car has been completely reworked but I still have the L36 and M21.
Energy Suspension bushings, QA1 coil overs, complete rear-end rebuild w/ 3.70 Gears & offset trailing arms courtesy of Van Steel, 427 & M21 swapped for a ZZ502 & AGE M22, DeWitt’s Radiator, manual steering box, Hooker side pipes, Holley Sniper EFI, DUI distributor, topped with an LS6 intake, 18” wheels w/ Nitto 555 tires & lowered 3” in the front & 2″ in the back.
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