SEMA 2010: 1963 Corvette Grand Sport E-Rod

The 1963 Corvette Grand Sport Coupe was built by the Chevrolet Engineering Center for one reason and one reason only: to duke it out with the Shelby Cobra in the GT World Championship. When the development program ended only five cars had been produced! Superformance and Duntov Motors have teamed up to produce the GM licensed recreation cars and SEMA replica features the new supercharged GM Performance Parts E-ROD LSA crate engine packagewith a whopping 550+ horsepower. The E-ROD LSA mates a modern engine to the iconic Corvette GS and along with other bonuses like the Tremec 6-speed manual transmission, the Corvette Grand Sport replica takes performance and comfort beyond what even Zora Arkus-Duntov could have imagined in his day.

Highlights of the Superformance SEMA Corvette Grand Sport Coupe include:

  • GMPP E-ROD LSA supercharged 6.2L engine rated at 556 hp and 551 lb-ft of torque
  • Tremec six-speed manual transmission
  • Custom rear axle housing, with Dana 3.36:1 gears
  • Ceramic-coated custom headers and side pipes
  • Four-wheel disc brake system, with four-piston calipers at all corners
  • Period-correct Grand Sport racing wheels
  • Exterior paint in Admiral Blue, with bright white stripes
  • GM gauge cluster with 200-mph speedometer
  • Leather-appointed seating.

Source: General Motors

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