Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to present for sale, on consignment, this one of a kind 1975 Chevrolet Corvette. Sure the deep black paint with custom realistic flames catch your eye upon first glance but there is just so much more to this car than a shiny, sinister exterior.
Lurking beneath the hood of this beast is an insane 427 Cubic Inch LS7 Z06 engine mated to a Tremec 5 speed manual transmission! This engine was converted to a wet sump oil system. The ported heads were rebuilt by Lingenfelter using the updated valves to address the weak point in these engines from the factory. The long tube headers sing the song of their people and produce an incredible sound.
The door hardware has all been replaced and power locks were added. The entire interior has been rebuilt or replaced including door cards, carpet, dash and rebuilt seats. A Speed Engineering Electric Headlight Door Kit replaces the pesky vacuum system headlights.
Improving the ride quality and handling we have Van Steel Complete Suspension Adjustable Coil Over Kit with Van Steel Front and Rear Sway Bar and Van Steel Off Set Trailing Arms. An extensive and impressive collection of receipts will come with the vehicle showcasing all the work done to this beautiful beast.
Features include a Vintage Air HVAC System, Dakota Digital Gauges, DeWitts Aluminum Radiator and Electric Fans, AM/FM/Bluetooth Radio with Subwoofer and component speakers, Power Windows, Leather Seats, Anti-Theft System, Telescoping and Tilt Steering Wheel, Wilwood Power Disc Brakes on all four corners, Power Locks, Power Steering, Aluminum Wheels, Performance Tires, T-Tops and a whole lot of bite behind its bark!
This car was built with immense detail and the coolness factor is on another level with the modern engine and drivetrain. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to pick up a well planned and well executed resto-mod C3 for a price well below what it would cost to build yourself. The most appealing part is there’s no wait to have it built! Contact our sales staff today to learn the process of bringing this one into your collection!