64 Corvette: 2015 Edition!


Fuel is sent to the engine via a screw type Bugatti Veyron fuel pump through a 2003 C5 fuel filter and regulator.
405.47 whp and 391.54 ft-lbs of torque – this will be one awesome street machine. I'm pretty sure it will perform wonderfully when allowed to head out to the track too!
Now it's time to look at the interior – the leather Z06 seat is a definite hint that there will be some changes in the C2's cabin to bring it up to 2015's standards.

Even the lines of the door are fabulous. Pardon my exuberance, but I really enjoy this car. 
Here is the first start up of the LS3 – the sound of things to come.
Maintaining the classic appearance yet updating everything – not an easy task. The engine is controlled by a 2005 Corvette ECM. The C2 will also have a Billet Specialities steering wheel.
The interior has been mainly untouched, except for a few enhancements. Most notable is the custom gauge set by Dakota Digital. Their six gauge panel is an exact fit for the existing bezel. There will also be a custom Diamond Audio package – in case the passenger wants to listen to something other than the rumble of the exhaust. Of course, the already pictured Z06 leather seats were not original in 1964.

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