In 1962, with the blessing of Chevrolet’s top management, Zora Arkus-Duntov initiated a program to create a competitive road racer based on the newly designed Corvette C-2 Stingray.
The chassis is an exact replication of the original monococque unibody structure down to the press steel roof spider.
To truly replicate the cornering feeling felt by the racers of the day, the chassis had to be as close to the original as possible.
Hand laid fiberglass panels with steel tube reinforcements in all openings. Where the body points carry loads thay are reinforce with steel bars or panels.
Heavy duty TIG welded ladder frame chassis with crumple zonesFully independent front and rear suspension with limited slip rear differential.
Hand laid fiberglass panels with steel tube reinforcements in all openings
This chassis is reproduced using drawings obtained from AC cars and also implements the necessary changes to utilize rack and pinion steering .
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