As far as I know, this C7 Corvette Vette Kart isn’t for sale. But that doesn’t mean the owner doesn’t carry around a price in his head for what this creation may be worth.
Vette Karts have gained in popularity over the last few years ever since Hot Rod Magazine’s Roadkill ripped the outer panels off a C4 Corvette in a cringy light-weighting scheme that actually turned out to be pretty cool.
The photos come from Chase Knouf via Facebook who says “Soooo… this just came Into my work”!
The car is missing all of its front panels and doors, and in their place is steel tubing that surrounds the car and adds strength and stability back into the frame. However, the rear still has its rear fenders and hatch in place. And those extra-wide off-road tires are just the rubber this Corvette needs when it hits the roads or lack thereof.
Here’s a closer look at this C7 Vette Kart:
Don’t lie! I know you want one of these too! Seriously, it looks like a lot of fun and think of the places you can now drive your Corvette that were off limits before because of silly things like no roads. Let us know your thoughts on this custom C7 Corvette in the comments below!
Chase Knouf / Facebook
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