Corvette Of The Day: 1956 Chevrolet Corvette Restomod
The first-generation Corvette, produced from 1953 to 1962, remains highly sought after by car collectors. The C1 Corvette embodies timeless American classic styling, exuding irresistible curb appeal. This ’56 Corvette has undergone a meticulous body-off restoration, resulting in its fantastic condition.
This stunning example seamlessly combines modern and classic elements. Painted in the captivating Cascade Green, this vintage beauty guarantees to capture attention wherever it roams. It rides on 15-inch Cascade Green wheels adorned with full stainless covers and is wrapped in BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires (215/70) featuring red stripes and white walls.
Powering this impressive machine is a modern 6.2-liter GM LS3 V8 engine, paired with a GM 4L60 four-speed transmission. The car’s chassis has been enhanced, and it boasts an upgraded suspension. Notable mechanical features include power rack-and-pinion steering for effortless maneuvering and power front disc brakes and rear drum brakes for reliable stopping power.
Inside, you’ll discover a beautiful beige interior complemented by a beige canvas roof. The Lokar shifter takes its place within the cabin alongside telemetry provided by Classic Instruments.