1966 Chevrolet Corvette LS3 Restomod

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Mileage2,598 Miles
Engine 6.2-liter 'LS3' V8
Addenda and Errata

Please note that additional build details and a digital file of build invoices have been added to the description under Additional Documents.


After more than a decade of success with the Corvette, Chevrolet introduced the optional 427 big-block for 1966, a decision responsible for keeping the Corvette at the top of American-built sports cars. Offering identical displacement to its Cobra competitor, the Corvette remained a refined option better suited for everyday use. Setting new sales records, 1966 Corvettes would be ordered predominantly in Convertible configuration with over sixty-four percent of all vehicles delivered as such. Coupes, like this example lost their roof vents and rocker panels were now ribbed and ready to accommodate an optional side exit exhaust. With one of the most highly regarded designs in automotive history, the C2 Corvette has proved to be a hugely successful platform for ‘restomodding,’ where customers pair beautiful, vintage styling with modern enhancements that improve drivability.  

This car is part of the Retro Motors Collection, which comprises over 30 cars largely from the 1950s through today, with a focus on American muscle and high-powered European sports cars. View the full collection here.


  • Powered by a 6.2-liter 'LS3' V8 crate engine producing 525-horsepower mated to a Tremec 'TKO 600' five-speed manual transmission

  • Finished in a gorgeous Porsche factory shade of Dark Blue Metallic with a Charcoal Metallic hood stripe and a dark charcoal leather interior 

  • A tastefully upgraded C2 Corvette built by Restocreations in Birmingham, Alabama, modified with a 1963-style rear split window 

  • The consignor reports replacing the battery, recharging the A/C, and mounting new Bridgestone Potenza RE950 tires in 2021

  • Offered with just 2,598 miles since completion


  • Corvette C6-style spider chrome wheels 

  • Fuel injection

  • Paint-matched engine cover

  • Auto Meter gauges

  • Air conditioning

  • Push-button AM/FM radio

  • Aftermarket speakers

  • Wood-trimmed steering wheel 

  • Dewitts aluminum radiator with dual fans

  • Street Shop Inc. shocks 

  • Street Shop Inc. HammerHead differential

  • Wilwood four-piston front and rear cross-drilled brakes 

  • Wilwood brake booster

  • 3.73 rear gear ratio

  • Dual side-exit exhaust


  • Two keys 

Ownership History 

The Corvette was purchased by the consignor in 2015. According to information provided by the consignor, the vehicle trim tag decodes as seen below. 

Decoded: 1=Chevrolet; 94=Corvette; 37=Coupe; 6=1966; S=St. Louis, MO assembly, 109048=9,048th 1966 Corvette scheduled for production 

Additional Notes A Broad Arrow Group Car Specialist is working as an agent on behalf of the owner for this vehicle. Contact: Alexander Keck Phone: 402.617.9770 E-mail:


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