The iconic 1963-67 Stingray Corvette, which can be attributed to noted designers Bill Mitchell, Pete Brock and Larry Shinoda, can easily be upgraded to incorporate contemporary handling, ride and stance. The engineering team at Art Morrison Enterprises, working with leading builders, has developed the latest addition to AME's series of "bolt-on" GT Sport chassis for C2 applications. Important features include a track width that is slightly narrower than stock to accommodate a lower ride height (and capability of using wider tires than stock-framed Corvettes), a sophisticated application-specific I.F.S. with steering Ackermann similar to high-end European sports cars that improves midcorner front grip and stability, plus the highly-acclaimed AME Multi-Link IRS. A solid rear end setup is optional.
With our proven AME Multilink IRS and Sport IFS as cornerstones, and employing intricate 3D laser scans of a 1964 Corvette —along with working with several respected builders— we've developed a chassis that brings improved handling to the C2 and literally bolts into place.
This stunning Stingray by Eddies Rod & Custom earned the GM Design "Car of the Year" award at the SEMA Show and embodies the technology found in our next GT Sport chassis, designed for the C2 (1963-67) Vette.
C2 Corvette was built by Patrick's Classy Cars in Phoenix, AZ