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HarleyEarl

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Anteros, an independant coachbuilder will be showing sportscars based on the Corvette at SEMA.

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Interesting to see how the Corvette interior looks upgraded. And it's very nicely done. The front may be a bit too Ferrari vintage, but it's beautiful. I'm so glad that coachbuilding is alive and well.

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The front may be a bit too Ferrari vintage...

This was my first thought when I saw it..

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Oh and I'm not liking the wood grain in the interior.. :nono:

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Hmmm... pretty neat. I was thinking the same thing, Harl, about independent coachbuilders. It's cool that after all these years, the Corvette still inspires people to dream.

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