"Maxed Out"
Maxed Out wins the ISCA International Street Machine Champion for 2011! With a season of ISCA 6 shows, the car
won both best of class, and best of show awards in each show, Finishing with a class Championship, and then the
International Street Machine Championship

Maxed out was at SEMA for 2010 with House of color paint where the car won the SEMA Show Stopper award and
House of color gave Brent Jarvis the Prestigious Painter award and put the Candy red Corvette on the 2011 House of
Color calendar.

Maxed Out also won a Mothers Shine award at SEMA and was featured on their TV show.

Maxed out was also invited to the Optima Ultimate Street Car Challenge held in Pahrump Nevada immediately after the
SEMA show. A very prestigious multi tasking competition that has you driving the car from SEMA on a Poker run to
Pahrump, about 200 miles, then competing in Autocross, Road Racing and the Stop challenge. The car won a build
and Design award and finished very well in the competition. Coverage of this event and Maxed out was on Speed TV
and in several magazines.

Maxed Out was Featured in HOTROD Magazines May 2011 Issue in a 7 page color feature article.

Maxed Out was also Featured in the March April issue of Gear Head News magazine.

Maxed Out was featured in several other magazines this year including Popular Hot Rodding and two European

Maxed Out will be Featured in the 2012 ISCA Show Stopper publication next year covering all of the wins and the road
to the Championship.

Maxed Out will be featured on an upcoming episode of V8 TV. This can currently be seen on U-Tube.

The local News Paper also did a color Feature article on Maxed Out in the Sunday March 13 issue of the Harold
The car can be spotted all over the internet in video various web sites and photos.
                                 1965 Corvette Outlaw Road Racer

HISTORY: The car was found in Texas in 2006. It had been sitting for about 20 years. The prior owner bought it new and Road Raced it in the south and south west regions until the mid 80’s. He passed away many years ago and the car sat until his daughter decided to sell it. It was
an original 396ci 425hp stick shift car with radio and heater delete options.

PLANS: The original plan was to build an Outlaw Vintage Road race car. Everything would be “Maxed Out” to the limit of the rules and beyond. The goal was to be able to run better than new race prepped ZO6 Corvettes and Viper Comp coupes. Somewhere along the way after the
chassis and body were built owner-builder Brent Jarvis changed course and decided to put the car on the ISCA show circuit for a while. The radical driveline remained, but became polished and chromed and then the car was covered with Candy red paint.

Body:  The body has been radically modified with all the fenders being pulled out over 2”, a modified Stinger hood, a handmade rear spoiler, a rear diffuser and many more mods to just about every panel of the car.

Paint: The car is painted the perfect custom color for a customized vintage Corvette.  House of Color Candy Apple Red over Silver Metal Flake. Vintage style road  race stripes wrap the car on top, the floors, and through the engine bay.

Chassis:  The original main frame rails still exist under the car, However they have been extensively modified and welded solid. The rest of the chassis is constructed of chrome moly round tubing. A radical roll cage runs through the car from front to back and ties the frame together.

Suspension:  The front suspension has handmade lower tubular a-arms with aluminum upper a-arms. The rear suspension has a set of Gouldstand aluminum knuckles with custom built camber and toe rods and a trick 4 link setup. Front and rear sway bars are splined heat treated
gun drilled adjustable swing arm units that were custom built. All 4 corners ride on double adjustable coilovers.

Wheels and tires: The wheels are custom built ET 5 spokes. 18x12 rears and 18x10.5 front with Michelin Pilot 335/30zr18 and 295/30zr18 PS2’s.

Engine: 565ci 904hp @7500rpm all aluminum big block Chevy. 4 ¼” stroker crank, billet rods, 13.4-1 compression 774 lift solid roller cam, fully ported rectangular port Dart heads, 1050cfm Holley carb, MSD ignition and Stahl 2 ¼” headers with 4” side pipes.

Transmission: is a close ratio clutchless G-Force 5 speed with a dual disc McLeod clutch, aluminum flywheel and scatter shield.

Rear-end: is the original 65 center section with 3:08 gears that has been blueprinted with all Tom’s differential parts including 30 spline axles.  4” aluminum half shafts and a 4” aluminum driveshaft hook it all together.

Performance:  2 G’s lateral acceleration, 8:90 quarter mile ET’s, 200 MPH top speed.

The 3 year long build logged more than 4000 man hour building this car.