This is a 1963 Corvette that has been outfitted like a Grand Sport. The car was built by D&D Motor Works in 1991. It ran in the Pittsburg Grand Prix in 1993 and then was used as a drag racing machine for quite a while. It is a car that has been featured in numerous magazines of which the seller has copies of. It is for sale right now on All Collector Cars.
The seller has copies of all the receipts and information on the car. The vehicle was rebuilt by Hayden Auto in 2005. At that time a 540 Merlin Big Block was put in the car. That engine was good for 750 hp and 700 lb-ft of torque, according to the seller. It has a three-speed automatic transmission. This car has a custom-built chassis, which has been lightened. The car weighs only 2,560 lbs.
Additional custom equipment includes Custom Grand Sport headlight covers, aluminum grille, upgraded radiator, Edlebrock intake, March pulley system, custom valve covers, Holley electric fuel pump, MSD ignition, upgraded headers, Mildon low profile oil pan, disc brakes, Hughes Turbo 400, rear-mounted cooler, new wiring, new gauges, new interior.
The car is titled as a 1963 Corvette. It runs and drives currently. The price on the car is $139,000, and the seller states he is open to questions and happy to show additional records and pictures. According to the notes from the seller, there are approximately 11,000 miles.