Classic Corvette RestoMods

What is a Vintage Corvette RestoMods?

Resto-Modfication, also known as resto-mod, is when you take an old car and modernize it with an updated engine, suspension, brakes, tires, and/or electronics.

Classic Corvette Resto-Mods are becoming very popular and for good reason.

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They combine the corvette's classic good looks with modern electronics, suspension and drivetrain. Typically, these vehicles have 1500+ man hours invested which by definition will include a full frame off restoration.

That usually includes the installation of a LS3 6.2-liter crate engine with 430 horsepower is sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission, while stopping power comes from 4-wheel disc brakes. LS7 power plants are not uncommon. The power/weight ratio of these cars makes them very responsive.

How Are Corvette RestoMods Built?

Getting Started

Vintage Corvette Restomods utilize various elements of future generations of the car, including front and rear suspension borrowed from a C4 and 18-wheels from a C6. Modern upgrades include ultra-leather seats and trim, air conditioning, a RetroSound stereo system with USB & Bluetooth, a canvas soft top, power windows and power steering. The higher end vehicles often are found with a custom tubular chassis.

RestoMod Options

Drivetrains include LS3 or more with 5 or speeds with overdrive or automatics. And if you resto-mod the right way you can convert back to stock at any time. Stock is a vehicle that has not been modified and is in the same configuration as it came from the factory. The reasons for performing a resto-mod on a Vintage or Classic Corvette could include the owners desire to have either modern conveniences, improvements in safety or reliability and/or improvements in street or track driving performance. Restomods for modern convenience and safety may include options such as air conditioning, power windows, power steering, power brakes, stereo systems, etc...

Commonly Asked RestoMod Questions

I am interested in a resto mod. What should I expect to pay for a completed car?
Typically resto mods start around $150K for the entry level and go up from there. The higher end cars will typically have components from companies such as Art Morrison and SR111 Chassis.

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