But at the same base price.
The ’67 Chevy is currently sitting at $150,000.
Enhanced by Hennessey Performance Engineering, the car set a new benchmark for the model.
We drove the aftermarket example in traffic and twisting canyons to see how it rates to a stock V-8 model.
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The all-terrain beast can charge through the wild, but remains tame in town.
The car starred in several NASCAR Cup Series events.
The car will be powered by a naturally aspirated DOHC 32-valve 5.5-liter V8.
The Texas tuner is outfitting the sports car with a “specially built” twin-turbo LT2 V8.
On a test-drive in Nevada, we found the born-again ‘Vette still has some growing up to do.