Tinkerer builds remote-control C6 Corvette [Video]by Justin King
The modifications cost around $4,000 and allow the 'Vette to be maneuvered via an RC car controller.
A computer technician from the Netherlands has succeeded in building a remote-controlled Corvette.
Inspired by the Back to the Future series as a child, Bjorn Harms decided to emulate Doc Brown and create a full-size RC car. Instead of a DeLorean, he chose his daily driver -- a C6-generation Corvette.
The project required around $4,000 worth of gear to control the steering, throttle, shifter and brakes via a RC car controller.
The 2006 'Vette isn't Harms' only such project. He also built a full-scale remote-control Knightrider and other replicas.