In many people's eyes, the Corvette L88 is the best of the best. 

Chevrolet from 1967 to 1969 he produced only 200 of these excellent cars.  

Corvette chief his engineer Zora Arkus Dantoff favored his L88 option package of 427 cu. in. 

Big block engine for best performance on 103 octane fuel. Chevrolet management recognized that the car could be unsafe for the typical driver 

so they made a concerted effort to discourage the public from purchasing it. 

racing teams bought most of the L88s and few potential private buyers had the opportunity to buy one. 

Considering the rarity of this car, HotCars Digital His artist Rostislav Prokop celebrates its unique spirit with Restomod's own rendering. 

The Procop takes the essence of the 1968 Corvette L88 while updating and improving the powertrain, styling and aerodynamics 

He redesigned the car in a way that would inspire modern Corvette enthusiasts to race it on the streets. 

L88, Prokop honors the original lines based on the concept of Larry Shinoda and Bill Mitchell's Mako Shark Corvette.  

Renderings show the car is even more aerodynamic with an updated front fascia that includes carbon fiber air vents. 

Ventilation behind the car's doors and an apron integrated in the middle of the body also improve performance