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Auto Shows SEMA Sneak Peek! B Rod’s Widebody 1967 Corvette Sting Ray

16:32  23 october  2019
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Unveiled before the 2019 SEMA Show, here’ s an exclusive sneak peek at the 1967 Corvette Sting Ray Widebody by B Rod or Custom . After stripping the 1967 Corvette Sting Ray coupe down to the bare body , it was discovered everything about the car was very rough including the inner steel

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Ask any Chevrolet fan to name the most desirable Corvette ever produced, and 8 out of 10 of them will probably say the 1967 Sting Ray . Tip this Corvette ' s hood forward and you'll find a fully detailed 427 cubic inch Tri-Power V8 which is branded with a 1967 -exclusive 3904351 casting number and

You think you have seen a wide body corvette before? What most people put on the rear of a wide body vehicle this one has the exact same size wide tires

The 1967 Corvette Sting Ray B Rod or Custom is debuting at the 2019 SEMA Show in Las Vegas in a few weeks features a who's who list of the best aftermarket parts a person has to choose from and illustrates the process how new aftermarket parts are sometimes conceived. B Rod's 1967 Corvette widebody project didn't start out with the intentions to be a prototype to launch a line of 19631967 Corvette C2 replacement bodies it just turned out that way.

After stripping the 1967 Corvette Sting Ray coupe down to the bare body, it was discovered everything about the car was very rough including the inner steel structure known as the birdcage that supports the body. Without a strong birdcage, a Corvette Sting Ray takes on the characteristics of a jellyfish. Larry and the guys at B Rod or Custom took on restoring the '67 by manufacturing a new Birdcage and body panels. The results were the company now offers a complete replacement body and Birdcage for 19631967 C2 Corvettes.

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If you're in the market for a solid collectable that' s comfortable, fast, reliable and absolutely stunning, this no-compromise Vette is your next ride! GM' s familiar fuel rail covers sport modern Corvette graphics. The engine' s bland serpentine system is fitted with a Powermaster alternator and fronted

1967 Corvette Sting Ray convertible. Corvette Sting Ray detail. Styling changed subtly throughout the generation until 1978 for the car' s 25th anniversary. The new generation Corvette resurrected the " Stingray " name (originally spelled " Sting Ray " on 1963 to 1967 models and " Stingray " from 1969 to

  • 1967 Widebody Corvette Coupe
  • All-new, press-molded fiberglass panels
    • Roof deck, hood surround, hood, firewall, exhaust panel and taillight panel by Lee Bumb Composites, formally Sermersheim.
    • Front and rear floor, quarter panels, doorjambs and skins, body jambs and rocker covers, fenders, park light and lower valance, inner fenders and spoiler/splitter by B Rod or Custom Inc.
  • New frame with C7 suspension components, Flaming River rack and pinion steering, QA1 double adjustable shocks w/ Hyper Coil springs. Designed and fabricated by Street Shop Inc. Athens Alabama
  • Chevrolet Performance crate LS7
  • Twin throttle body assembly by LS Classics
  • Billet fuel rails and breather CNC milled by Dan Baker with Alumicraft grilles
  • Coil covers by B Rod or Custom Inc.
  • TCI 6X six speed automatic w/paddle shift
  • Dewitt radiator with Spal Fans
  • Projector headlights by RestoMod Tech
  • Classic Instruments instrumentation
  • ididit tilt column with tilt cruise and dimmer
  • Billet Specialties steering wheel
  • Custom emblems by Motorhead Jewelry
  • Interior by Steve Holcomb's Pro Auto Interiors
  • Axalta Candy CFX paint, custom mixed by PJ Burchett
  • Electric over hydraulic brakes by ABS Power Brakes
  • ForgeLine Wheels custom designed and fabricated exclusively for B Rod or Custom Inc.
  • E-Stopp parking brake system
  • Lokar brake cables, drive by wire throttle and pedal and brake pad
  • XS Power Battery and charging system
  • Ron Francis Wiring
  • Heat and air conditioning by Vintage Air
  • NU Relics power windows
  • Front Runner pulley system by Vintage Air
  • Stainless-steel headers by Street Shop Inc.
  • Dynamat insulation

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