Irwin Kroiz brought the 1956 Corvette SR-2 from Pennsylvania. The car was originally built for for Harley Earl’s son, Jerry, who had been racing Ferraris on the sports car circuits. When the GM brass got wind of Jerry’s ride, they had a meeting with Harley, providing the impetus to get young Jerry into a suitable GM race car. From that the SR-2 was born and it still exists today with its extended nose, headling cones, front air ducting, polished aluminum side coves (and functional scoops), a padded head rest and enclosed roll bar mounted inside the high rear fin

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