Onto one of the many sheetmetal mods: The rear wheel wells are raised 2 inches and pull forward 7 inches. This necessitated handmade steel quarter panel extensions that are welded in place eliminating the original pot metal pieces. Finishing out the rear sheetmetal the factory decklid now extends down an additional 2 inches to fit the bumper eliminating the stock aluminum trim above the bumper. The rear bumper is much narrower and handmade to feel more like mid-year Corvette styling. The lower rear body extends under the bumper all the way to the wheel arches for a continued bellypan across the bottom of the car. While they are called waste gates, sometimes these openings are referred to as “ducts”, that were added to the front fender to pick up Corvette styling cues. Mesh and chrome accents add to the styling details.