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Fiberfab Centurion Corvette

Details VIN J58S104541 Exterior Color INCA SILVER Interior Color SILVER LEATHER Cylinders 8 Engine Size 283CI Transmission 4-SPEED MANUAL Description Lot #1009.1 - Fiberfab, a custom car builder known for quality engineering and advanced production techniques, designed and built the Centurion in 1965-1966 inspired by Bill Mitchell's original 1959 XP-87 Stingray race and show car. This Centurion is freshly restored and finished in striking Inca Silver and features dual headrest fairings on the rear deck, a trunk and spare-tire compartment. Based on a 1958 Corvette chassis, this roadster is powered by a Rochester fuel-injected 283ci 8-cylinder engine with a 1962 Corvette 4-speed manual transmission and 4.11:1 posi-traction rear end. It is complete with its original Fiberfab body identification number tag 12616, and original chassis VIN tag. This Centurion is also listed in the C1 Corvette Registry and is eligible for the Monterey Historic Races.

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