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    How About A Corvette Rebody?

    http://www.anterosmarketing.com/

    I like the some of the parts of the interior but the outside is not all that hot in my opinion.

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    Re: How About A Corvette Rebody?

    Quote Originally Posted by cloudbaseracer
    http://www.anterosmarketing.com/

    I like the some of the parts of the interior but the outside is not all that hot in my opinion.

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    Re: How About A Corvette Rebody?

    The one one their homepage looks like a modern version of a Ferrari GTO. I wouldn't buy one for myself, but the car is pretty cool.
    Looks like they have a few different models, all fairly similar. I've never been a big fan of the 70's era corvettes, but this one is sorta cool:


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    Re: How About A Corvette Rebody?

    How bout a Bentley on the corvette platform?


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    Re: How About A Corvette Rebody?

    Funexec,

    Who makes that Bently on a corvette platform? I can barely see the pic. Do you have better pics? or does the maker have a website?

    MerC

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    Re: How About A Corvette Rebody?

    Id say if your going for a Bentley GT, build it on a Toyota Supra or a Jaguar XKR chassis.


    As far as a Corvette rebody goes, someone really needs to make a 575 based on the early L98 Corvettes because they are about the same size and not to mention it wouldn't be hard to make a soft top.

    There was a Dodge Viper replica based on the Corvette chassis but with real Dodge Vipers droping in value and price there's no need for a newer replica because people will be able to afford the orginal.

    What about a TVR based on a Corvette?.
    So whats wrong with a replica?

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    Re: How About A Corvette Rebody?

    sorry Merc, that is a real one. I just saw the corvette rebody pic below and it resembled the shape of a GT so I posted a pic to get thoughts on it.
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    Re: How About A Corvette Rebody?

    Pretty sweet. Not so hot on the hardtop/targa, but the convertible is very nice. Nice to see a rebody that looks like it could've come from a big car company. (You know how there's always something off about original designs? This one really looks like it could've rolled off a dealer's lot.)

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    Re: How About A Corvette Rebody?

    Quick question. How much leg room is in a Corvette compared to a Fiero?

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    Re: How About A Corvette Rebody?

    Allthough not "much" of a change from the orig - this former Diablo builder now produces a rebody..
    http://www.exoticrebodies.com/
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