1963 split window corvette

Extreme Split Window "Resto -Mod"

While wandering the halls of this years Mecum auction in Orland Fl. We stumbled on a true gem of automotive art. That gem was the Legacy Innovations 1963 restro-modded split window. The only word that can describe this car is "Aahhhhh".
This Vette was the creation of legendary car builder Ron Saboury and Legacy Innovations out of out of York PA. 

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The unrestored car was found at the Corvettes of Carlisle show. The car was dissembled and fitted with a Legacy tube chassis. To make things interesting the 63 was treated to a supercharged LS9 crate engine. Power is transmitted to the ground via a Tremec six speed tranny and a Ford nine inch rear.

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The car has to be seen to be believed. This is truly a total package with no detail left unattended to.  The car boasts a side exit Borla SS exhaust , Wilwood brakes, and a custom interior that would make any GM design engineer proud of.

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Other features of the Widow include:LS 9-ZR 1 Engine-638 HPStainless Headers and Borla Stainless Mufflers, TIG-Welded Tube chassis, Detroit Speed Front Suspension and rear Suspension
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9" Ford rear 3.73 PosiWilwood 4 Wheel Discs with Custom Engraved Calipers, Mickey Thompson SR Radials 26 x 6 + 29 x 15 Tires with custom made 'Redlines'Billet Specialties 15 x 6 + 15 x 12 Bead lock Wheels with custom adapters to utilize original 1963 Knock off Cones and Spinners  and a Carbon Fiber Hood.  

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This engineering and artisic masterpiece took over $300k in resources to complete.

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The car hit the auction block at Mecum and was the hit of the show.  We were fortunate enough to talk to the new owner of the "Window".  The new owner told us that he spends a great deal of his time living the good life in the Florida Keys.
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He told us that the reason he bought the car was for the performance and because of the legendary workmanship and quality of Ron Saboury's creations. The new owner said that this car reminds him of the 427 Cobra that he raced in his younger days.

Due to some unfortunate family medical related issues this rare masterpiece is back on the marketplace. If you are interested in owning one of, if not the best resto-moded C-2's in existance  give the owners agent a call at 239-280 6855 

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