Two years after the original designs for the Rossi SixtySix surfaced, the team behind it have delivered the project. The first car, we are told, will be a Pearl White Split Window Coupe making its public debut this Sunday (21st June) at Detroit’s EyesOn Design benefit.
The car will feature complete custom panels blending design features from the 1963-67 Sting Rays with a more modern look. It will be made available to customers in eight colors including black, red, maroon (think Crystal Red), blue (like Jetstream or Nassau Blue), pearl white, a charcoal gray and yellow.
The price, including the Corvette C6 donor car should come in at just under $ 130,000.
[Via Autoblog.nl & CorvetteBlogger]
Very beautiful.I like it ,it is very special and it looks so much like the 60’s corvette.
Very original design with a touch of retro style. The rear is a bit ferrarish with the round lamps. And it would be even more exciting with a ZR1 base. Nice.
This car from the front or the back is beautiful, but from the other angles dosent quite fit. The design don’t flow thru the car, its like they pick a normal c6 vette and put a wide body kit on it.
Not liking the Nissan like front.