No question about it. When it comes to mid-year collectability, an original 1967 427ci/435hp car is at the top of the pyramid.
The Verrillo '67 Blue Sting" is the finest example of taking old and new to the next level.
Featured in SUPER CHEVY MAGAZINE, this rarified restomod, based on an original 427/435 Roadster is reborn as a CONTEMPORIZED CLASSIC.
1963 split-window model is the pinnacle of vintage ‘Vettes. It’s one of the most easily recognizable and widely appreciated members of the Corvette family
Custom Designed and built by Joe Verrillo & the award winning restoration team at Verrillo Motor Cars.
We classify a RestoMod as any car that has been restored (i.e. still has authentic vintage parts that have been restored) and modified (could be simple as power steering & brakes or as much as a new drivetrain, airbags, AC, sound system, seats or a supercharger).
Some people think a RestoMod has to be a hot rod, or a rat rod, or a pro touring, or a pro street. Those terms all mean something different to most of the people that use them, so we won't get too much into it here.