1964 Chevrolet Corvette C2 Restomod Project – Full Restoration

1964 Chevrolet Corvette C2 Restomod Project – Full Restoration

This ’64 Chevy Corvette was an original, one-owner car, it still had the original, numbers-matching 327 small-block and factory driveline with 197,000 miles. Equally as amazing, the car had never suffered any body damage, only the frame was replaced at some point due to rust. Despite the fact that the C2 still had all its original running gear, Barry (the new owner) felt that its non-original frame detracted from its concours potential and hindered the ultimate value of the car.

He wanted the perfect blend of classic elegance and new technology. The mission was to retain the car’s original looks but update every mechanical component to modern standards, this is where the Roadster Shop steps in to create this masterpiece.


Engine – GM Performance 6.2L LT1 (460 hp, 465 tq)
Transmission – Legend LGT700 5-speed
Roadster Shop Fast Track Chassis
Baer brakes (6-piston calipers, 13″ rotors)
Forge Line center-lock wheels

Built by:
Roadster Shop
28775 N. Rte 83
Mundelein, IL 60060

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64 Corvette Roadster Shop Goodguys PPG Nationals 2015
-by: ScottieDTV



Rafael Silva says:

Perfeito 👏👏👏👏

Johan Lucas says:

Unfortunately can't drive on roads with this…

grabir01 says:

Hate the engine and drive train. Do not like the tires and rims. Everything else is good for me.

jishimoari says:

Red on blue, no-go!


Lovely job on car ,where do you find all the parts for the different cars that you restore

Ilxam Isakov says:

Классно работа.

Arick Reifenstal says:

they should've change the interior designs. and make it modern.

gmboy559 says:

The stance is *perfect*. What a looker.

Klasse Act says:

I have a question, why do the majority of these midyear Corvettes have the exact same wheel on them?

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