These Crazy-Looking Corvettes Just Stole The Show

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Nobody even looked at the supercars.

These two outrageous C7 Corvette Stingrays were created by All-American Street Rods and when they showed up at a car meet, nobody could take their eyes off them. Wearing the award-winning widebody kit by Forgiato, the Vettes boast widened front and rear ends, a new rear splitter, carbon-fiber trim, LED accent lights and unique grille. The cars were spotted at the DC Exotics Cars and Coffee event at the end of last month, and while plenty of supercars were on show, these outrageous Corvettes drew the most attention

Thankfully, Bennett Lunceford was at hand to take the pictures and we also have a video courtesy of roushin84.

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