Own The Road This Summer In A 1963 Corvette Grand Sport Replica Selling On PCarMarket

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Dean Hoskins and Dante Lombardi (D&D Motors) created 40 replica molds of the Corvette Grand Sport.

The 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport is, hands down, the most significant Corvette ever made. Only five of these cars were ever produced before GM's higher ups put a stop to this car in the name of a Big Three-supported racing ban. Despite such limited production, the original Corvette Grand Sport remains an integral part of Corvette history and has spawned three subsequent generations of Grand Sports.

In a truly patriotic display, which is only appropriate for America’s sports car, this replica ’63 ‘Vette Grand Sport wears a blue paint job with white accents. The interior is all black and has a very clean, professional presentation. Simple white-lettered analog gauges are easy to reference at a glance. High bolsters on the seats keep the driver and passenger comfortable while also preventing them from sliding around as the car powers through turns on a track. Five-point harnesses for both seats are included, completing the motorsports-inspired design.

This impressive tribute car is powered by a 454 cubic inch V8 GM crate engine, fed by a 32-gallon fuel cell, which is backed by Muncie 4-speed manual transmission that feeds into a Dana 44 rearend. It rides on a custom built chassis, with a one-piece fiberglass body. It’s been driven less than 100 miles since the makeover.

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