1976 Corvette Sting Ray Gets the Vilner Treatment
Bulgarian design studio Vilner is renowned for injecting significant doses of individuality into the cars they modify. From reworked Bentley Continental GTs to Smart cars, Vilner is unafraid to work its magic on any section of the automotive market, new or vintage.
The most recent car to get a Vilner makeover: a Bulgarian-registered C3 Corvette. The owner came to Vilner to upgrade the car’s interior, exterior and performance.
The Corvette was pretty much redone from the inside out. New leather was applied to virtually every surface, including the steering column stalks, and new Corian trim pieces replaced all the original wood accents.
Outside, the car got sprayed with pearl brown paint, and complementing the new finish are LED running lights, taillights, and turn-signal lights. Vilner even threw in a camel-leather suitcase.
Finally, the L-82 engine received a set of Edelbrock heads, carbs and a cam to move output to 300 horsepower. No price was given for all this ‘Vette rejuvenation, but as good as everything looks, we imagine quite a few Bulgarian leva were spent.
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