A vintage beauty chockfull of modern components.

Classic Corvette owners are likely used to the attention it receives while out and about. With sleek body lines paired with performance, the C2 Corvette is a highly desired vintage vehicle. This stunning 1965 Chevrolet Corvette restomod offered by GT Motor Cars has that appealing classic curb appeal, but there are plenty of modern components that make this example stand out from the crowd. Hardcore Corvette purists may want to stop reading now. 

Turn Dreams Into Reality With This 1965 Chevy Corvette Restomod

The body of this beauty is slathered in PPG Jet Black base coat, and it shines bright like a diamond thanks to plenty of clear coat layers. Most classic Corvette enthusiasts may notice that the rear quarters of the car was widened by 6 inches. A set of Schott Velocity wheels (17x9 front, 18x12 rear) sit on all four corners and are wrapped with Michelin PS2 rubber (275/40/17 front, 335/30/18 rear). Stopping power is provided by C4 Corvette brakes.

Powering this beast is an LS2 GM Crate motor backed by a 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission. The car sits on an Art Morrison chassis with plenty of C5 components such as the front axle, and the rear equipped with an independent coil over suspension. The car is equipped with push button start, power windows and vent windows, and keyless entry.

Gallery: Turn Dreams Into Reality With This 1965 Chevy Corvette Restomod

Open the doors to this Corvette to reveal a full custom interior. The seats are from a C5 but have been designed with a seat pattern like a '59. Even more, the interior cabin was stretched for additional comfort for those lengthy road trips. A Vintage Air Conditioning system keeps everyone comfortable inside the car, and a custom sound system keeps the tunes playing.

If you're looking for that perfect classic car with plenty of modern amenities, then look no further than this '65 Chevy Corvette Restomod. With timeless looks and potent power, this beauty is sure to turn some heads. So, go ahead and contact GT Motor Cars today.

Source: Motorious