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Until I saw this puzzle and read mr_51_vic_ss’ comment I had never heard of the 7-8-9 SS by N2A Motors. I discovered their interesting website: http://www.n2amotors.com which has an embedded video of this car. They also produce several other cars that “take your imagination to the limit.” Thanks very much for creating this puzzle.
I did see that - can't say I disagree with your comment about the news . . .
Yes, Seth, I'm okay.... just disappointed with the rest of the world... guess I need to stop watching the news.. It seems like other people just don't think.. I'll try to ignore and go on. I'm trying to get my car aligned. and they tell me it can't be done because the fenders over hang the rear wheels ,,,,, just like the car in this picture... guess that is one of the hazards. Notice the N2A badge in the grill. Pat.
Thanx for the info, Pat! Hope you're doing well!
Well not exactly a kit car.... It is a production car of sorts, made by N2A. Which stands for No Two Alike. They are all built with a '57 Chevy front, and '58 Chevy middle, and a '59 Chevy rear. You have to order each one built to your choices. They were built on Corvette chassis originally, and now they are built on Camaro chassis. They are sometimes referred to as 789 cars. Pat.