Pro street builds are always the cars that get the most attention at shows. Many consider these to be nothing but ruined classics, but if all vehicles were restored to factory specs, the hot rod scene would be long gone.
Bill Hugill is not the one to blame for transforming this 1965 Corvette to a pro street monster. Being a mechanic, he built and sold countless cars and bikes, but he bought the Vette the way you see it, and just put his spin on it.
The 1965 Chevrolet Corvette sports an all aluminum 421 small block topped with 10-71 BDS blower and pair of Holley’s. The power is sent through Reid Powerglide transmission with 5,000 stall converter and 4.56 geared rear.
Play Zlumlord’s video from the OBX Rod & Custom show to see more of the ’65 Corvette.