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Pro Street fans, take note: this is how you build a vintage resto-mod that stands up to the test of time. There are so many hacked-up mid-year Corvettes out there with misguided attempts at modernization that this track-ready 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Pro Street roadster stands out simply by virtue of its insane curb appeal and attention to detail. Of course, the thundering 496 cubic inch big blo...
Pro Street fans, take note: this is how you build a vintage resto-mod that stands up to the test of time. There are so many hacked-up mid-year Corvettes out there with misguided attempts at modernization that this track-ready 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Pro Street roadster stands out simply by virtue of its insane curb appeal and attention to detail. Of course, the thundering 496 cubic inch big blo...
Pro Street fans, take note: this is how you build a vintage resto-mod that stands up to the test of time. There are so many hacked-up mid-year Corvettes out there with misguided attempts at modernization that this track-ready 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Pro Street roadster stands out simply by virtue of its insane curb appeal and attention to detail. Of course, the thundering 496 cubic inch big blo...
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1965 Shelby Cobra In 1961 a retired race car driver had a dream to find a sports car that could fit a more powerful V8 motor. That man was Carroll Shelby and that car became the Shelby Cobra. Shelby wrote to AC asking them to join him on this endeavor and they agreed should a suitable engine be found. He initially contacted Chevrolet but with the recent introduction of the Corvette, they refuse...
1965 Shelby Cobra In 1961 a retired race car driver had a dream to find a sports car that could fit a more powerful V8 motor. That man was Carroll Shelby and that car became the Shelby Cobra. Shelby wrote to AC asking them to join him on this endeavor and they agreed should a suitable engine be found. He initially contacted Chevrolet but with the recent introduction of the Corvette, they refuse...
This beautiful Corvette was nicely restored and cared for by the previous owner, it is presented in its correct code 988 Milano Maroon with code 402 Black interior. NCRS data indicates a 12-1-1965 official production date with a sequential production number of 107243. It was delivered new at Luby Chevrolet in Miami, Florida. Under the hood is a 427 C.I. V8 with 390 H.P.. with front engine pad s...
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