Pitere is a Vette fan that made the transition from a C3 to a C5 in
2006. The extensive mods on his 2004 C5 caught our eye while
browsing online. Brian started his venture into the modding world in
2008. He literally rebuilt the car from the ground up. the resulting
product is truly outstanding.
interior of the C5 was given a complete redo. Brian changed out
the conservative ebony leather to a red and black combo.Custom
stitching ties the new look together. The dash was removed and
given a nickle plating finish. Carbon accents bring modernize the look
of the C5.
exterior of Briand toy was given a custom charcoal gray paint with
iridescent pearl black ghost effect edging and a special clear coat to
top it off. Carbon fiber add ons include a front splitter, side
skirts, side pillars and headlight covers. Blacked out marker lights
and under body glow lights give the C5 an impressive nighttime look.
engine bay has been treated to a tasteful blend of carbon fiber and
custom paint. Every under hood component except the radiator shroud and
intake cover is black carbon fiber. Red and silver paint really sets
off the carbon look. The best part about this project is that
Brian did it himself.
is a member of the Baton Rouge Corvette club. He tells us that
the club shows their cars at many shows in the southern US. Brian's C5
has picked up a fair share of trophy's and awards. return to index page