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Topic Review (Newest First)
07-13-2005 08:29 PM
raidmagic The '62 is much nicer than the '53. That would be sweet to own.
07-13-2005 08:22 PM
carlmorrell Aha!

I found it. It is on one of the "other" forums. The subject line was not very good. I would post a link here but I do not want to offend any moderator gods. If anyone is interested, the subject line is

"This is my mod"

and the company is:

http://www.crcoachworks.com/

07-13-2005 05:18 PM
MAVEN That '62 is hot...I like that better than the '53
07-13-2005 07:20 AM
carlmorrell Raidmagic,

Thanks for the pointer, but that one I think is really ugly.

C5D,
That's the one! Now where's their website?

Carl
07-13-2005 03:44 AM
xXxFoNxXx That is just SWEET!
07-13-2005 03:03 AM
CorvetteInfo In addition to the 1953, there was a red, 1962 computer replicated body on a C5 chassis at SEMA ('04).

It was awesome.







C'ya
D
07-13-2005 02:28 AM
xXxFoNxXx That's pretty crazy looking. I saw a nice graphical job on a Vette to make it look an an older one, but never new panels ect.
07-12-2005 08:47 PM
raidmagic Is this what you want? Check out the links in the thread.

https://www.digitalcorvettes.com/foru...ight=raidmagic
07-12-2005 08:01 PM
carlmorrell
C5 Conversion to C1?

I recently saw a photo, and link to a website that was a C5 conversion to a C1. I know there is more than one company providing this.

This company used some aerospace technology to develop the design. And I think the result was awesome.

The thread was very recent, definately in the last two weeks, but I can not find it. (Maybe on another forum)

WHERE DID I SEE THIS?

TIA, Carl

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