1968 Chevrolet "Corvelle" Convertible For Sale By RK Motors


RK Motors is selling something quite interesting here. Although it may look like a restore 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle, underneath it is in fact a 2007 Corvette. With the Corvette chassis and the 6.0-liter LS2 engine V8 with 400hp and 400 lb-ft of torque, the car retains the factory-based fuel injection, traction control, and cruise control basics. To improve the look of the engine bay, RK Motors added blue carbon fiber trim that looks factory installed.

The body has been painted in a two-tone blue pearl metallic paint job that's similar to the LeMans Blue that was available on the '68 Chevelle and 2007 Corvette. It also has the Corvette's 18- and 19-inch wheels along with a fully intact Z51-spec suspension and brakes. According to the company, the only aftermarket piece needed was a set of long-tube headers that lead out to a customized dual exhaust system. The interior and the six-speed manual from the Corvette also remain. With just under 15,000 miles, it has an asking price of $109,000.

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