Now, as the artist aptly points out, this is the kind of Chevy that doesn't require heavy changes. In fact, the most important touches brought by the gear head involve placing more of a focus on key styling features that were already there, bringing the roof like slightly lower and stretching the A-pillar a tad.
And one of the most interesting areas is the rear valance, where the bumper lines of the '67 Corvette Stingray now extend into a diffuser-like element, while the exhaust tips were obviously added - the side exhaust of the original was removed due to safety reasons, as it would happen in the real world.
Of course, this visual adventure is not perfect. For one, the wheels of the machine appear to have a strong connection to the tuning realm, which might not please everybody.
In the end, though, it's still pleasing to watch the Photoshop transformation of this Stingray, which is precisely what you can do in the clip below. Nevertheless, if you happen to be in a rush, the screenshots above should have you covered.
PS: If you happened to miss the front end redesign and wish to check out the process, you can find the pixel work here.