Bulgarain tuner Vilner is back at it with more custom work, this time in a 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. There are a few modifications to the exterior (calf-leather rooft trim, LED taillights, etc.) and a couple under the hood, but the real custom work can be seen when you open the doors. The side panels, seats, dash, steering wheel, and just about every other surface has been customized with nappa leather, decorative stitching, and laser engraved designs. The speedometer and other gauges have also been redesigned for the unique ride which blends old and new in interesting ways. Check out the gallery of images below and judge for yourself whether or not the mods were worth it.

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[via WorldCarFans]