Streamlining the 1963 split-window Corvette | Chip Foose Draws a Car – Ep.

Chip Foose personalizes one of his desire cars and trucks: the 1963 split-window Chevy Corvette.

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22 Replies to “Streamlining the 1963 split-window Corvette | Chip Foose Draws a Car – Ep.”

  1. Give Tom and barn find hunter there own channel please πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

  2. Quiet frankly, I’d love to find a β€˜63 with the window cut out! I’ve never seen one, only heard that people did it…I’ve seen plenty of splits, I think a modified one would be super rare! Especially if the factory had a hand in it…thanks Chip, always love these videos…reminds me of reading Robert Cumberford’s Column in Automobile Mag. A real pleasure seeing the professional take on things we laypeople take for granted….and would love to see you rake on a early 911…..thank you.

  3. Thank you for noticing and removing the vent window. I’ve always hated them on sports cars and it completely changes the side profile for the better.

  4. I have always been captivated by Chips ability to draw. Drawing everything with pen and marker is something I’ve never been able to grasp. That was one of my favorite parts of his show was sitting with someone, hearing what they described and seeing him create that. Would love to be able to build something with him.

  5. Chip… “Increadable Rendering” although a tail-pipe and side-pipes? Met you at The SEMA Show 2009, shook hands and idle star struck chat in an elevator! If you are ever so inclined …I would love a drawing buy your hand of a 1969 Ford Torino GT/Formal Roof Line, Black with Burgundy interior and a lower Red GT Stripe… 390 on the Hood Scoop, like My Dads ‘;-) Love your stuff and Thanks Much, Mike… (One of Dads Co=Pilot’s had a 67 Corvette Convertible with a hard top as well, 427 3-Duce/Stick , med blue with a white hood scoop//So NICE)

  6. This is what I like about Chip Foose, he understands the geometry of the electrical and mechanical components of a car. When he redesigns a car he understands that the breaks, radiators, lights, exhaust, wiring harnesses, and suspension all have to be fabricated to fit and make that redesign work.

  7. Chip is a class act. I met him briefly in 2007 at a Fast Fords car show when he was introducing the Foose Mustang. He sat for hours inside and signed autographs and even sketched several dozen cars on hats and T shirts. He was outside and was walking around and meeting folks, chatting and shaking hands. He signed the owners manual for my 2004 Mercury Marauder. As of today I have had this car 15 years and with only 53K miles hopefully I will still have it when it becomes a classic. With only 3,214 made, it’s already rare.

  8. Sexy beast! love the rear window, side pipes and knock offs.
    It’s a shame that car design is dictated to us by the safety lunatics these days. I’d love to see good looking cars again, not just plastic boxes with 5mph bumpers.

  9. Stunning redesign Chip , this is one of my favourite cars , l’d love to have seen a gull wing version , like the Mercedes 300 SL ….. l was born in 63 aswell by the way πŸ‘

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