It's the only one in existence.
It’s made by the Californian coachbuilder N2A (No Two Alike), “a custom auto manufacturer and car factory specializing in designing, engineering and building prototype, concept and limited production vehicles for OEMs, corporations, movies, and private owners,” as the firm’s official site says. The complete build cost nearly $150,000 when purchased new.
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As you can see from the images, the exterior and interior are completely different from the original Corvette C6. It somehow reminds us of the Spyker C8 but the build quality looks even better from what we are able to see. The body, interior, wheels, tires, and other components were all built from N2A especially for this car.
“This is really a supercar without the supercar price and without the problem of finding someone to work on it without paying a fortune with the engine and transmission being Corvette most anyone in the world can repair it reasonably,” the seller of the car says. And, honestly, this makes sense.
And the price? The car is currently listed on Facebook Marketplace in the Crestwood, Illinois area for $56,950. Considering its low mileage of 11,880 miles and the unique design, we consider this price to be fair. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below.