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  1. Woodie Man
    January 15, 2017 @ 4:40 pm

    Lets see….. take a direct to video quality movie nobody saw from forty years ago…sort of recreate the car from the movie…make it really ugly…then each time it sells, sell it for less than the time before……hmmmmmm…..add in a slushbox…and voila a bankrupt Trumpmobile

  2. Chuck
    January 15, 2017 @ 5:31 pm

    Not to be argumentative but, to my mind, the only thing mildly interesting about the original was the RHD. The body mods? Not so much. I mean, folks have the right to do whatever they want to their vehicles, but I don't feel this has done anything to enhance the look of a C3 'Vette. Just sayin'…

  3. Bobinott
    January 15, 2017 @ 9:37 pm

    Back in the late 60s or early 70s, I learned about the idea of these touring replicas. Each spring there would be a visit to my city by "Auto-Rama", promising the best of touring and local custom cars. It was a big deal for a budding gear-head in the Great White North, where exotic cars were never seen. But not all the cars that were advertised were the real thing. I particularly remember being promised one of the STP Lotus Turbines, and being presented with something that looked like it had been built out of plywood. So, I could well imagine this Corvette Summer car having been one of a small fleet used for promos etc. They did not have to sweat the details.

  4. kaibeezy
    January 16, 2017 @ 12:19 pm

    FYI, found a fansite for Corvette Summer – trivia, photos, etc. – cabbagestew.com/corvette

    [image src=" cabbagestew.com/corvette/images/cs-spain2.jpg"/]

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