Fantastic Custom Corvette “789”

Submitted by Markydoodle November 8th, 2010
Certifikitsch WinnerClassique d Camembert

This may not fall under kitsch, Allee, but it certainly gets my heart pounding every time I look at it. California has always been the epicenter of cool and creative car customizations, and the company N2A (no 2 alike) Motors, in Corona, California, doesn’t dissappoint with this one.

The name “789” comes from the classics the designers gave the nod to. The front end is from the 1957 Chevy.

The side is from the 1958 Chevy.

And the back, be still my heart, is from Bunky Knudsen’s famous eyebrow design 1959 Chevy.

All of this built on a late-model corvette platform with a 440-horsepower engine.

This falls for me under the “Fiddler on the Roof” category: “If I Were a Rich Man.”

3 Responses to “Fantastic Custom Corvette “789””

  1. Allee Willis

    OMG! My teeth almost fell out of my mouth when I looked at this thing. I had no idea that n2a even existed let alone that there were cars around that look like this. I’m with you that ‚ÄúIf I Were a Rich Lady” I’d be tooling around town in this. So fantastic looking I could die.

    I just checked out some of the cars they’ve sold and I have to go take sedation I want one so bad.

    I don’t see any prices on the site. Do you have any idea what they go for?


  2. Mark Milligan

    Thanks so much for the Classique d’Camembert!

    In a town where there’s so many cool custom car creations, I really think this one would turn heads. I can see you driving it and snapping pictures of people rubber-necking at you!

    Late Model C6 Corvette that they will strip the body from: $60,000, maybe less if one can find a good used one.
    Basic conversion by n2a: $80,000.
    So the basic version with a new corvette platform is going to be $140,000.