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Corvette ZR1 PC Casemod Can Still Drive Around

We love casemods. The more unusual, the better. Previously we featured a pocketbike that had been turned into a working Core i7 system. Now we're going back to four wheels with this Corvette ZR1 case mod.

Believe it not, this little Corvette ZR1 replica actually still works as the RC car that it was originally. This case mod is definitely just as much 'go' as it is 'show'.

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Of course, this mod was done by professional modders, so we have no reason to expect anything but the very, very best.

Check out the pictures and video for more.

Source: Case Mod Blog

Marcus Yam
Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • Blessedman
    need more videos like that. Loved the one on the black dwarf was it? A 16TB bad a$$ enclosure.
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  • dtemple
    I've always been impressed with Bill's work. If you like doing casemods yourself, or want to get into it, the guy that did this mod sells everything you could possibly want at his website, mnpctech.com.
    He also has photo galleries and videos of his previous projects on there if you want to see some of his other case mods.
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  • anacandor
    I want one!
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  • Randomacts
    I saw this video awhile ago on his youtube channel :/ but ya it is great work.
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  • eddieroolz
    That's some wicked work there. Pretty crazy stuff.
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  • alyoshka
    Impressive set of Hot wheels.........
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  • compfreak93
    This is honestly the most legit case mode ive ever seen.
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  • Lutfij
    lol - i was following his thread posts until it was closed...funny to be reading about this thread that was posting on Toms to begin with :D

    but awesome build/mod tho!
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  • rpgplayer
    you would have to show this right at christmas time wouldn't you...
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  • JPHD
    Coolest case I've ever seen.
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