The car is said to have been built by the folks at HarborVette of Erie, Pennsylvania. It’s fiberglass split-window body is finished in silver and features a functional vented hood, fender vents, cast rocker moldings, chrome bumperettes, dual mirrors, flip-up projector beam headlamps, and a dual split center outlet exhaust.
On the sides, you can see chrome Grand Sport-style wheels, a Corvette C7-style independent front and rear suspension, a Flaming River road race rack and pinion steering system, Viking Performance double-adjustable coilovers, and C7 Z51-style power-assisted calipers.
Moving inside, you’ll see power-adjustable bucket seats with red leather upholstery as well as custom-upholstered shifter boot, center stack and console, dashboard cover, diamond-patterned stitched door panels, Vintage Air climate control, power side and vent window, power door locks, a backup camera with a parking alert system, aftermarket speakers, and a Kenwood touchscreen infotainment system.
Underneath the hood is a supercharged 6.2-liter LSA V8 by SMC Performance and features dual heat exchangers, custom coil covers, heat-wrapped headers, and an updated cooling system with a Be Cool aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. The motor sends power through the rear wheels via six-speed manual transmission.
This is arguably a tastefully engineered Corvette restomod that combines classic design with premium modern components. Hurry now and place your bids on Bring A Trailer before this one gets away!