Gary owns approximately 80 hot rods, customs, muscle cars, and classics, every one of which is a driver, and any one of which would have been welcome at the Americruise. Boesch Hot Rod Concepts in Humphrey, Nebraska, built the Corvette in 2003, but not for Gary. It belonged to a friend of his, but Gary had always shown interest in it. Gary’s wife Sue finally bought the car and gave it to him as a Christmas present in 2004. When the Corvette first showed up at Boesch, it was a former fuel-injected car with no engine and a mangled front clip. Rather than restore the car to its original condition, the decision was made to build it as a one-of-a-kind custom. The factory frame was replaced with a custom full-tube skeleton hanging more up-to-date Corvette components and Air Ride Technologies ShockWaves air shocks.
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Disturbing the Peace 1968 Camaro is a really cool muscle car project between Cherry Bomb and YearOne. It seems the creators wanted to combine the modern day technology and the sweet 60′s style… and they succeeded.
Some of the specifications of this hotrod is a LsX based engine, modified with the addition of an 8-71 BDS blower, a BDS intercooler system, electronic fuel injection, aftermarket EFI and coil pack controllers, a custom accessory drive system and Cherry Bomb’s side pipes exhaust. The gearbox is a T-56 Magnum 6-Speed by Tremec, rear axle is Moser, front axle – Detroit Speed and Engineering Quadra-Link suspension. Brakes are 6-piston Baer’s 6S.
The interior will be manufactured by YearOne with restoration parts, classic instruments’ gauges and custom cerullo seats. The paintjob is amazing – Cherry Bomb red over black with gloss stripes, black powder coated trim and details. Take a look at the awesome gallery!