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O/t: Corvette 789...

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"N2A Motors" (No Two Alike) is building a custom vehicle on the Corvette C6 chassis, front styled like a 57 Chevy, side like a 58, rear like a 59. (Hence the designation "789").

www.n2amotors.com for more information. Definantly one of the weirder looking things I've seen.
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Lots of hard work and talent going into something that looks very bad.
I think it would look better in a color. I like the back and side
I...............uummm..........................I like it! Dont know why, but I do!
NO! Why would they ruin a Corvette C6 to make that? The front looks nice, but doesn't look good like that.
A mediocre answer to the question nobody asked.
G_G said:
A mediocre answer to the question nobody asked.
Lose the hood bullets and the huge rear gullwings and it might not look bad...
kinda weird looking ,but I`m sure if there was a version that looked like a cuda,69 charger,and superbird I`d love it. So I`m assuming a chevy person would like this pretty good.
Hi All,

Well I personally think it has character ! Not that I'd buy one, but I would go for a ride in one. Take care and have a great weekend all !

Whew! I think the lines of the car are quite pleasing if you can get past that dreadful two tone color scheme. Picture it in solid black.......with some flames....... :tongue:
Thats not my sual cup of meat, but I like it!!!
i find myself oddly attracted to it...

i love it, i've seen this before. hope they make a diecast of it... :rolleyes: :dude: :dude: :dude:
I'd like it a little better if the dark front color were white instead - more of an authentic period color combination. I'd love to see one of these in person, though!
The front's fine, the rear needs some work...overall I think the Corvette's a bit small for this concept.
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