Anteros Converted C6 Corvette Demands Your Attention
Some body kits just change the front and back of a car, but this Anteros may be the most extensively modified C6 you’ve ever laid eyes on. Built by a company called N2A, this LS2-powered, 6-speed C6 base is at least a good platform to start with. N2A then dove into changing or replacing nearly every component from the inside out.
It has a bit of a ’60s Italian car look to it, mixing in elements of Maserati and other anonymous curves from the same era. Inside, almost everything has been covered in high quality leather.
It’s often tough to criticize smaller companies that perform conversions such as these. You can tell that a lot of design effort and attention has been paid to make it as far removed — visually at least — from the C6. But having heard from a colleague, the level of quality may not reflect the current $87,000 eBay pricetag. Though you might not be able to find a pure-breed ’60s-era Italian sports car for that same price (it’d likely be higher). At least this is one you could drive pretty much every day.
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