789 Kanter Concept Muscle Car
How would you like the vintage classic styling of a 1957 to 1959 Chevrolet with the power, comfort, and handling of a new Corvette? If the design crew at KanterConcepts has their way you will have it.
The "789" represents a styling hybrid of a 1957 , 1958, and 1959 Chevrolet. The front end is designed from '57, the side styling is from a '58, and the rear is '59 Chevrolet styling. The body is fused with a Corvette C6 chassis to create the car represented below.
According the N2AMotors web site, a 789 costs $135,000 turnkey. However, if you supply the Vette the cost is closer to $40,000. This includes a wheel and tire allowance, custom exhaust, and suspension upgrades. If the 789 is not unique enough already you can modify it until your heart is content. We think a turbo would be a sensible addition.
A quick glance through their web site reveals some other concept vehicles based on a 1950's Buick and a homolgomation of a 1961 and 1955 Chevrolet. Creative cars such as the 789 and New Camaro's demonstrate the need and strength of the muscle car market.
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