Chevrolet's light weight Corvette Grand Sport Roadster was originally equipped with a 377 cubic inch aluminum-block, its open design (said to maximize top speed) and was destined for planned attacks at the 1964 Daytona Continental and Sebrin. With the possibility of Le-Mans later that year, only two Roadsters were ever built.
When GM decided not to race the Grand Sport Coupe in 1964, the three Coupes were sold off and the remaining two Roadsters were apparently scheduled to be destroyed. Luckily, these beautiful Roadsters survived, though they weren't seen until 1965 when one appeared at a Notre Dame University auto show.
This Exoto replica features an independent metal tubular chassis, working suspension, accurate mechanical components, full opening parts, a fully wired and plumbed V8 competition engine, and much more.
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