Corvette-Powered Mobile Bathroom is One Strange Setup
We could just label it “weird,” but the fact that someone would take the engine of a 1965 Corvette and use it to power a mobile bathroom might deserve its own special category.
As GM’s top car designer, Harley Earl’s name is as synonymous with the Corvette as the name Steve Jobs is with Apple. Especially when it comes to innovation.
When it comes to adding something unique to your Corvette, there seems to be one thing that will separate you from the rest: a bumper sticker. But you may not want to post about it on Corvette Forum.
This ’66 Sting Ray features an original 427-cubic-inch L72 V8 and has been fully restored, right down to the correct Bright Blue basecoat.
The sound of machinery clacking in this video is proof that restoring the Skydome at the National Corvette Museum is really underway. And if you sense a bit of sarcasm in my “really” comment, you should because so many of the plans surrounding the museum have been up in the air until recently.