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You've seen them on Hot Rod TV on the Speed Channel. The owner has won the Master Builder Award. Reigning from Salt Lake City, Utah, the cars are nothing less than immaculate pieces of art and now we have him right here, right now on TheFlowOnline.com.
While surfing the net looking for a lead on custom auto content I ran across this old school gem with a splash of new school flavor. This super clean 1960 Corvette is a sight to see. Captain Kindig layed his hands on this project at the request of one of his clients who is a Corvette enthusiast. He wanted something "one-of-a-kind", a beauty to look at and Kindig It Design delivered on all fronts. Both old school and new school enthusiast can appreciate this immaculate piece of machinery as it has a little something for auto enthusiast of all looks and styles.
First of all this is a 1960 Corvette. The Corvette has a long history with more than 7 generations of style changes going back to 1953. Originally designed as a show car for the 1953 Motorama display at the New York Auto Show, it generated enough interest to induce GM to make production versions to sell to the public. The car had 150hp and went 0 - 60 in 11.5 seconds. The 1958-60 model included some of many changes the classic ride would receive over the years including a longer front end with quad headlamps, bumper exiting exhaust tips, a new steering wheel, and a dashboard with all gauges mounted directly in front of the driver. The 1959-60 model had a little less bling but more horsepower.
Today's featured Corvette by Kindig It is a masterful remix of the classic cool whip from the 1960s era. The car features a bright red PPG Paint finish with white accents, matching custom red interior by JS Customs, GM Performance LS2 engine rated at 620 HP, One-Of-A-Kind 20" Curtis Speed Wheels by EVOD industries, Custom gauge cluster by Dakota Digital, patented smooth door handles by Kindig-it Design, Art Morrison chassis, KICKER amps and audio. All of this comes together to create one super clean ride that is sure to turn the heads of shot callers from block to block.