Question of the Week: What’s the Ugliest Corvette-Based Nightmare You’ve Ever Seen?

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If there’s one thing that really gets under my skin, it’s seeing someone who has taken a Corvette platform and turned it into some awful contraption that completely disgraces the nameplate.

Come on, don’t be scared to admit it. You’ve probably seen a few models yourself that you’d pay to have hauled off for demolition if you could. Whether it’s a paint job more fit for a circus act, or a body kit that not even a clown would want to be seen in, there are just certain things that one should never, ever do to anything tied to a Corvette.

Take for example this n2a Motors “789″ built on a C6 chassis, which is a complete abomination of the Chevy nameplate in my opinion. The fact that the company, n2a Motors, even had the nerves to call this thing “iconic” is a disgrace to ‘Vettes, which brings me to the Corvette Forum Question of the Week: What’s the ugliest Corvette-based nightmare you’ve ever seen?”

Chime in with your thoughts on the forum. >>

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