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Yeah it's a custom, but my goodness what a custom it is. I would've never expected myself to be okay with stretching the body of the Stingray, but in this case... I'll make an exception. We'll see how it does on the block at Barret-Jackson.
Did I mention that it's mid-engined? How cool is that?
Location: The Great White North. Mellowing with age like fine wine!
Well......??? From the front and the back it's not too bad looking, BUT the side view is hideous!
And like John says the heat from those turbos would cook everything around them. Somebody spent a lot of $$$$ to produce a really ugly car.
I liked this GM concept mid engine from the late 60's....
Last edited by Kerrmudgeon; 03-21-2012 at 04:35 PM.
Back in 1973 in Hot Rod Magazine was a '72 Corvette mid engine a guy build around '72 or '73, using an Oldsmobile Toronado transaxle. While it was stretched a little behind the seats and in the rear deck, he shortened the front fenders slightly. Off some, but a lot better proportioning than this one.