1962 C1 Corvette NCRS Restoration
This car has been in the family for decades. This car has just completed an NCRS Top
Flight restoration by CCC. The body was in rough shape and needed a complete new
press-molded front clip and extensive bodywork to make it perfect. The paint, fit, finish,
gaps, chrome, trim, etc. are “over restored” by NCRS standards, but everything else is
dead on as it was delivered for retail sale in march of 1962. This is a 340 HP 327 4-speed
w/ 3:55 gears. The customer uses radials for daily driving and reports that the car gets
2nd & 3rd gear rubber with ease and drives great at 120 mph! We love when they are driven like that!
1955 Tri-Five Chevy Resto-Mod
This 1955 210 Sedan was the owner’s first car in high school. After many revisions from street to a full drag car, the owner decided on a full Resto-Mod with an Art Morrison chassis, GMPP Ram-Jet 502, 700r4 Trans and a 9” with 3.50 gears. This is one of the most beautiful cars you will ever see. Anything that is body color but is not exterior is not paint, but color matched powder coating by Quality Powder Coating. The full custom leather interior features wool carpet and an ultra-suede. The entire interior is hand fabricated and the trim is all milled from solid aluminum. All the fabrication, wiring, plumbing, assembly and design was accomplished by CCC.
1959 C1 Corvette Resto-Mod Restoration
This ’59 had been run hard. It was purchased from behind a gas station in a very small town. It was perfect for what the new owner had in mind. This is a full custom Resto-Mod with the typical design, quality and attention-to-detail that CCC is known for. CCC/Street Shop Inc. C4 chassis with big brakes, Dana 44 and 3.54 gears. The drivetrain consists of a GMPP 480 HP LS3 & Tremec TKO-600 5-Speed that chassis dyno’d at 436 RWHP. It’s scary fast. It has a full custom leather interior & trunk area w/ wool carpet, restored factory gauges converted to electronic to work with the ECU, power windows, A/C, custom fabricated sound system with Bluetooth and i-Pod, color matched chassis and underbody. The rear quarter panels have been widened 1.5” It was an anniversary present for his wife Mercedes and we call the car “Mercy” because if you saw it in person that’s all you can say.
The Crowne Jewel – 1959 C1 Corvette Resto-Mod Restoration
This beautiful car is for a great customer in Washington State. We found the car in sad shape but it was all there. This car has an Art Morrison C1 chassis, GMPP 480 HP LS3, TKO-600 5-speed, Strange 9” with 3.50 gears, and huge Wilwood brakes all around. The color is an original ’59 color called Crowne Sapphire that we have modified to have a modern high-metallic finish with the same original hue. You’ll notice that it looks blue in some pics and then turquoise in others. In person it is a cross between both. Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful. It will have all the creature comforts, a stunning turquoise and white interior, and the build quality we are well known for. I think this might be the prettiest one we’ve done yet.
National Award Winning 1965 Corvette Convertible Resto-Mod
This has to be one of the most amazing Corvette Resto-Mods in the county! The car uses a Street
Shop, Inc. C2 chassis with C4 front and rear suspension. It has a Dana 44 rear differential w/ 3:70 gears, CCC built all aluminum 427 LS3 putting out 640 HP w/ Inglese 8-stck EFI backed by a Silver Sport Transmissions Tremec TKO-600. The rear quarter panels have been widened 4” on each side. The body has been worked to perfection and painted LeMans blue. It has a custom bright blue leather interior, white faced gauges, killer stereo w/ Bluetooth, 6-piston Wilwood disc brakes with electric power assist, power rack-n-pinion steering, A/C, and power windows. The wheels and steering wheel are one-off pieces from Budnik. It is finished off with a white convertible top.
1967 Chevrolet Camaro
Mom bought it new in 1967. Original Tripoli Turquoise with Turquoise interior. Originally a 2-barrel 327 with a Powerglide, power brakes and A/C. Complete, multiple show winning restoration by CCC which included a lot of rust repair. The original 327 was rebuilt with performance cast-iron 2.02 heads, hypereutectic pistons, ARP hardware, 4-barrel Holley & Comp Cams hydraulic roller cam kit. Updates include 700r4 overdrive, rebuilt rear axle with 3:73 gears and an Eaton Posi unit, 4-wheel disc brakes, Global West suspension system, quick ratio power steering, DeWitt’s radiator cooling package, and a restored A/C system converted to r134a with modern components.
1967 Corvette Coupe
This beautiful Corvette languished in storage for over 25 years after an EXTREMELY hard life and being disassembled. CCC had to repair almost every square inch of the fiberglass on this car. The car has the original 427 390HP engine that was completely rebuilt with all the good stuff including hypereutectic pistons and a complete Comp Cams hydraulic roller cam kit. Upgrades include factory power steering, factory power brakes, power windows, leather interior, Tremec TKO-600 5-speed & 3:73 gears. Every single item on this car was completely restored and to NCRS specifications when possible. This car is a national show winner, magazine and digital cover car, and is the 1st C2 Corvette to achieve the prestigious NCRS Concours award, and did it on its first time out.
1962 Resto-Mod Corvette
This stunning car is a SEMA award winner, magazine and digital cover and feature car, and national show winner. This Corvette was a stripped body shell that had been sitting outside for almost 35 years after being a race car from day one. The car had a rusty birdcage and rocker reinforcement panels so there was extensive metal work and fiberglass repairs. The car has an Art Morrison C1 “3G” Sport chassis, GM LS 495HP crate engine with a Concept One serpentine system, Silver Sport Transmissions TKO-600 5-speed, Strange 9” with 3:70 gears, power rack & pinion steering, huge Wilwood power 4-wheel disc brakes, DeWitt’s Radiator cooling system, Vintage Air heating and A/C, power windows, power trunk release, chrome C6 ZR1 wheels, Doeskin leather interior in the stock patterns with wool carpet, and is painted Mopar Jazz blue. The instruments are the originals that were converted to work with the new engine and ECU, restored and recalibrated. The only body and trim modification from the stock exterior, chrome, and trim is the 2’ widened rear quarter panels and the removal of the antenna. It has a tan Stayfast cloth convertible top. As you can see, the fit, finish and build quality are extraordinary. This car drives like a dream and is stupid fast!