This three-window coupe is a unique combination of a traditional street rod on the outside and canyon carver underneath. The body has undergone some subtle changes, such as a three-piece hood, Dodge taillights, and the substitution of nerf bars for bumpers, but underneath Danny Zoller's perfect body and paintwork there are a number of surprises. An LSX from Mast Motorsports drives a rear-mounted Corvette IRS transaxle. Up front the suspension uses the spindles and aluminum components from a Pontiac Solstice and 14-inch Baer brakes are found at all four corners, along with Budnik wheels. Inside are more race car for the street features, leather upholstery is mixed with chromoly rollcage and an on-board fire system.