When talking about the rides at the SEMA show, you’re really cooking with gas! Everybody who brings their creations out to the show is really on their A-game, bringing to the table all that they have to offer as just that everyone who’s anyone in the automotive industry will be there. This is when you really get to see some trick creations and incredible custom work coming to life. It’s really a platform to show off what you can accomplish and when taking one look at this 1959 Chevrolet Corvette roadster, you can see just how some of that custom work really comes to life. This thing is definitely a taste of something different.
Not only is it an incredibly clean first generation Corvette that many would be able to appreciate on its own without all of the custom work. Instead, this thing throws other features into the mix, taking what was acquired as a body and frame, stretching it out, sticking a completely decked out LS7 under the hood and throwing a whole bunch of other custom touches into this pro touring inspired Corvette to make it something that really pops. After taking a walk around this thing, you can really tell that it’s a vehicle that’s worthy of the SEMA show and then some.
If you follow along in the video below, ScottieDTV gives us the guided tour of the car that proves to be a real showstopper. The one thing that really catches our eye here is the fact that this machine is a lot longer than one would normally expect from a Corvette. After seeing this incredible piece of rolling art, be sure to pick apart your favorite features of the ride and sound off with what you think really made this thing come together as one cohesive picture that is guaranteed to make people stop and stare for a little while.