The conversion to right-hand drive
The most involved part of the conversion is getting the dash to look like it left the factory as a right-hand drive Corvette.
Firstly, the dash is not symmetrical, also the grab bar insert is thinner at one end so just "swapping" the two sides is not really an option.
I modified the dash, which involved cutting out the 2 coves and actually flipping the grab bar side over and fibre-glassing in on the passenger side. I also flipped the grab insert over which means painting it and using Corvette lettering transfers, then clear-coating the insert.
All the brackets need to be modified, I moulded a heater cover, an modified the centre console and kick panels.
I extensively modified and strengthened the fire wall, and relocated the brake booster, pedals, handbrake and hood release handles.
I used a fibreglass 'glove' to slide over the modified dash to give it a nice clean looking finish. Then I covered it in leather, but it could have been vacuum vinyl covered for the original factory look.
Jim Meyer Racing fabricated a right-hand drive version of their bolt-on IFS complete with power steering and linkages connecting to a Ididit steering column. A smaller 15 inch steering wheel replaces the standard 17 inch wheel making getting in and out of the car so much easier if you are larger than a Hobbit!