Folks can get pretty fanatical about icons like Corvettes and the Rolling Stones.
Witness this 1968 Chevrolet Corvette that has been transformed into a rolling monument to what some refer to as “The World’s Great Rock and Roll Band.”
The Corvette and its matching caravan features caricatures of the band’s faces, as well as some of their famous album art and a slick drawing of Keith Richards banging away at his guitar. Musical notation even winds its way down a side of the car.
The modified ‘Vette also includes side exhaust pipes, five-spoke racing wheels, and an engine blower exiting a hole in the hood. And did we mention the owner took Mick Jagger’s advice to “paint it black.”?
The car also features a heavy dose of the American flag and red, white and blue banners.
The Corvette is pulling a caravan that includes multiple video screens inside and out featuring The Stones performing on stage.
What do you think about this definitely one-of-a-kind Corvette that has been spotted in America and London during the Stones’ 50th anniversary year?
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