Cars, like life, never end up where they started. Case in point is this 1999 Chevrolet Corvette that started out as a fiberglass-bodied flyer and now sits as a stripped-down buggy ready for offroad driving. The body panels have been removed and the front and rear frame rails shortened with a heavy-duty roll cage taking the place of the fiberglass. The stock LS V8, six-speed manual, and suspension remain, with DOT-legal Hella lighting, a tubular front bumper, custom rear-mounted exhaust, and a tubular front bumper from a Jeep Rubicon giving it Mad Max look. The seller fabricated cowling and cover panels from stainless steel sheet and added webbing around the doors and tow hooks at the rear. A unique take on the American classic, this Corvette is ready to take on a whole different kind of road.