Delivery of the first ever LS7/Automatic transmission combo

January 1, 2006
July 13, 2019
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Lake Elsinore, California December 10th– Vestris’ Vettes exhibited the first ever automobile of any kind pairing the vaunted LS7 (505HP) and an automatic transmission. Besides the engineering involved to complete this one of a kind vehicle, The Coupester has an extensive list of custom features. Starting with; three tone paint job, LEDs frenched into the bumpers front and rear for turn signal and backup lights, functional intake in the stinger hood, double D exhaust bezels, 17 X 8 rims.

The ’66 Corvette “Coupester” is a testament to resto-mod design

The interior boasts major changes; custom leather dove gray seats, integrated shifter ball, chrome fire extinguisher with billet brackets, and much more. All of this was the brain child of our customer Jeff who has a tremendous eye for design and was a pleasure to work with on the project.Craig Jackson CEO of Barrett Jackson stated; “there are resto-mods and there are resto-mods, this is the nicest resto-mod I ever seen.”Vestris’ Vettes,, builds resto-mod Corvettes, 1953 – 1975 delivering on the promise of a unique classic car that can be driven anytime, anywhere. “Great retro looks with today’s technology.”