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In this feature article CORVETTE FEVER takes a look at Larry Weiner's 1963 Grand Sport Corvette reproduction, which is a custom-built recreation of the legendary Corvette racer - Corvette Fever Magazine

1963 Chevrolet Corvette GS-II.

Designed by Larry Shinoda. Aluminum Transmission was a automatic also later used in the Chaparral The GS-II reached in testing.

1957 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE ohhhh come on now i win lotto ill take this one tooo

1957 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE ohhhh come on now i win lotto ill take this one tooo

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Jim Hall racing his Chaparral 2G3 at Laguna Seca in 1968

Jim Hall - Chaparral Chevrolet - Chaparral Cars - Monterey Grand Prix Laguna Seca - Can-Am Laguna Seca - 1968 Canadian-American Challenge Cup, round 4

Powered by the iconic aluminum 427 ci Chevy engine, Hall refined the 2D's aerodynamics for the '67 12 hours of Sebring. Hall retained Jennings and Johnson to drive the car. Essentially amateur drivers, they were never able to extract anywhere near the best performance in the car. I believe that Jim Hall made just one unfortunate team decision. Not putting first tier drivers in their second endurance cars in 1967. A Dave Friedman photo.

Powered by the iconic aluminum 427 ci Chevy engine, Hall refined the 2D's aerodynamics for the '67 12 hours of Sebring. Hall retained Jennings and Johnson to drive the car. Essentially amateur drivers, they were never able to extract anywhere near the best performance in the car. I believe that Jim Hall made just one unfortunate team decision. Not putting first tier drivers in their second endurance cars in 1967. A Dave Friedman photo.

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