Taking its moniker from one of the sea’s most by and large latent, flawlessly formed animals, the Corvette Stingray was something beyond a wonderful plan, similar as its namesake.
At a stoplight in the mid 70s it might have effortlessly been moved up on by quite a few bulky beasts that confused its perfect lines with being “delicate.” But, those people did as such at their own danger. As they would rapidly find the Stingray car was, to be sure – a fearsome creature when incited.
Along these lines, envision yourself in a comparative situation at that stoplight, late night in 1971 or ’72, yet envision you and your pals chanced upon a Stingray roadster furnished with a cutting edge ZR1 LS9. It’s a sure thing you’d have been shakin’ in your aggregate chime bottoms when that sleeper left you frozen firm, mouths totally open.
From the second we looked at this 1971 “War Bonnet Yellow” Stingray, it was unexplainable adoration. Also, in doing some exploration, we found it was worked by Houston-based speed shop.
Nicknamed “Golden Rod”, this car has been upgraded with a new crate motor LS9, upgraded brakes and suspension, power ZR1 seats and a bluetooth radio. It made 536rwhp through an automatic transmission.
Now, while we can’t take you back in time to that scenario in ’71, this video may provide a glimpse of what it might have looked like had you mistakenly challenged this monster.