In the early 1960s Corvette owners weren't afraid to hack one up and create a personalized show piece. Below is Bob Nordskog's Barris-restyled 1963 Corvette Sting Ray, "The Asteroid". It's a perfect study (and proof) of how just a simple wheel and tire swap can change a car's attitude. Above we have another radically restyled rarity built by Ron Aguirre. His "X-Sonic" 1956 Vette was a benchmark build. It's regarded as being the first custom to receive hydraulics that actuated both quick and radical ride height change. Ed Roth learned how to blow a show car bubbletop from his buddy Ron, who also created the car's radio control device, which is displayed in front of the X-Sonic. The onlookers' expressions are priceless, and this pair of outrageous spaceships/cars is a refreshing reminder to never be fearful of your creativity!