A Hand Made Custom Corvette
Over the course of two years, Scott Roth and Dennis Johnson spent 22,000 hours dissassembling, modifying, redesigning and rebuilding a 1966 Corvette. Upon its completion, it was 6 3/8” wider and absolutely packed with modern high performance automotive technology.
From there, Scott set out to measure the parts and came up with a plan to assemble them. It was at this point that it was decided to incorporate all of the amenities from a modern performance car into the classic style of the original C2. Instead of cutting the dash to make it fit, it was decided to widen the body, chassis and driveline components to fit the modern interior.
This massive endeavour, building from the ground up, was completed in 17 months. So, not only did he commit to something that had never been done, he committed to get it done in a timely fashion and succeeded in doing so. A bold move that set a new standard for quality production in a timely fashion
Best Of Both Worlds
On the inside, it’s a modern Corvette. On the outside, it is a classic 1966 with an extra mean look to it. This vehicle has won Scott an array of awards and garnered a significant amount of attention. With that attention inevitably comes the question of whether or not SplitRay® is for sale.
Coming in 2020, you can have your very own SplitRay® for a small fraction of the cost of the original! Redesigned as it’s own model, SplitRay® 2.0 features so many improvements that we can’t list them. Below you can see some of the biggest changes made and a concept design of the interior.