A lot of you have seen the 7-8-9 SS online.
Many of you have seen one in person.
Some of you have actually driven one.

Now, here’s your chance to own one!


For the first time in N2A Motors history, Gene Langmesser, the owner and CEO of N2A Motors will be offering an amazing price on the award-winning 7-8-9 SS.

For only the first 10 orders completed in March 2017, you can have your hands behind the wheel of your very own Camaro-based 7-8-9 SS for only $57,890 (plus donor car).

Just fill out the LOI form below and submit your deposit, and you will secure your very own 7-8-9 SS custom built for you.


So, what is a 7-8-9 SS?

It is an award-winning, head-turning American coachbuilt car!

Meet the retro-modded Camaro 789 SS, a custom car that N2A will build on top of any 5th-gen (2010-2015 MY) Camaro Convertible.

The exterior is influenced by the classic 1957, 58 and 59 Chevys, and it’s built from carbon fiber composites to be a true retromod – which is where the name ‘7-8-9’ comes from.

Once you bring your donor car in, or have the N2A Motors Team help acquire one for you, all you need to do is choose how you want it to look. The only catch is that it can’t look like any of the other 7-8-9 SS’s out there. It’s N2A’s ongoing mission to take everything that we love about our favorite classic, retro and modern sports cars, and build them into new vehicles with state-of-the-art performance, safety, and reliability. And out of all of these beautiful vehicles that we create, there will be No 2 Alike.


How do I order one?


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Download the non-binding LOI Application, fill it out and email it to:


/ STEP 2:

Make a refundable deposit with the company within the month of March 2017.


/ STEP 3:

N2A will schedule your build, help you find a donor Camaro (if needed)


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Pick your options and we’ll build your very own 7-8-9 SS.


QUESTIONS: Please call Steve Tice at 619-438-0018


N2A Motors is a California-based custom auto manufacturer with a mission of reviving the art of American coach building. The N2A moniker is an abbreviation of “No Two Alike,” which refers to the company’s policy of building truly unique vehicles for each and every customer. Our vision at N2A Motors is to take everything that we love about our favorite classic, retro, and modern sports cars, and build them into new vehicles with state-of-the-art performance, safety, and reliability. Our elite team of engineers is only limited by the possibilities of YOUR imagination, so there is really only one thing that you can predict about N2A Motors: We will continue to craft incredible, high performance sports cars, and out of all of these beautiful vehicles that we create, there will be No 2 Alike.

N2A Motors at SEMA

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N2A Motors is ready for the world stage at the premier automotive specialty products trade event … the SEMA Show. The 2016 SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) Show will take place November 1-4 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. SEMA attracts more than 60,000 industry leaders from more than 100 countries and 2400 manufacturers will be there to display and sell their products.

Once again, N2A Motors is proud to represent at this show with two of our custom Chevys. Both cars inspired by the front of the ’57 Chevy, the midsection of the ’58 Chevy, and the rear of the ’59 Chevy. For the SEMA Show, N2A Motors will be showcasing the 789SS – using their 2-seat design with a Corvette chassis – and the Cruiser – a 4-seater created from a Camaro chassis honoring 50 years of since its unveiling.

And by the way, anyone who attends the show and talks to N2A Motors reps may be in for a treat … a special discount on one of these classic beauties of your own. How awesome would it be to roll down Route 66, Pacific Coast Highway or Hollywood Blvd driving one of these head-turning beauties!! Truly classic in look and styling and innovative in power and design! This is definitely not the same old car you used to drive or the same new car that looks like everyone else.

This is a trade-only event and not open to the general public. SEMA is a trade association consisting of a diverse group of group of manufacturers, distributors, retailers, publishing companies, auto restorers, street rod builders, re-stylers, car clubs, race teams and more. Click here to find out more about attending:

Cruisin’ for a Cure, THIS Saturday September 24th!

Come join us this Saturday at the OC Fairgrounds for Cruisin’ for a Cure! Cruisin’ for a Cure is a non-profit organization benefiting Prostate Cancer research, and, according to their website, “is the world’s largest one-day charity car show with over 3,500 vehicles on display and over 200 vendors and exhibitors. They get to cruise through the OC Fair & Event Center for 1.5 miles and/or park and just display their vehicles.”

We are proud to support such an important cause, and we will be displaying our BSA 3-Wheeler, the Rezvani Beast, and our newest 789 SS! So come out and participate!

More information can be found at

UPDATE! The Camaro 789 SS is Here!

We shared awhile back that development was underway on the Camaro 789 SS, and now we are proud to announce that the prototype is finished!  This 789 SS is the first of the style built on a convertible Camaro with a rear seat! See the pictures below!

The all new 789 SS is built on a Camaro Convertible (all models SS, 2SS, ZL1…; 2010 to 2015; convertible ONLY).  It is built to reminisce the ’57, ’58 and ’59 chevy (design cues only). The body is built from carbon fiber composites in the likeness of those years, hence the name “789.” The Camaro Convertible conversion will be designated by 789 SS, 789 ZL, or whatever the donor vehicle performance level is.

This 789 SS follows the 789 built on a C6 Corvette in coupe, targa or convertible and the 789 XLR built on a Cadillac XLR which comes with a retractable hard top. We are looking into the ability to convert the 2016 and 2017 model, so stay tuned!

If you are interested in commissioning one of these babies, contact us!

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Podcast Interview with Gene!

Earlier today, our very own Gene Langmesser did an interview with Mark Greene on Cars Yeah. Cars Yeah is a podcast hosted 5 days a week by Greene, a self proclaimed “incurable automotive enthusiast.” Hear what Gene has to say about his early career, his “Ah-Ha” moments, his first special vehicle, his best automotive advice and more.

We would like to thank Greene, as well as the show’s sponsors CKFinancial, NOCO, and Covercraft Ind., for having Gene on today. Listen to the full interview here: You can also hear the interview and hundreds of other shows with Greene on Cars YeahiTunesGoogle Play, and Stitcher.

In the Museum

On Saturday June 11, one of our 789XLRs made its way into The Miami Auto Museum at the Dezer Collection in North Miami, FL. The Dezer Collection is a privately owned museum that exhibits automobiles and related memorabilia collected by Michael Dezer. Michael is a good friend of one of our clients, Bob Davids, owner of Seasmoke Vineyards. After driving Bob’s 789XLR-V, Michael said “I have to have one of these and one for my Museum also!”


The New 789 SS!

We are excited to have completed the development of our 789 SS! The 789 SS is built on a 2010-2015 Camaro Convertible, making it our first 789 with a rear seat. The 789 SS can be built on any convertible Camaro, whether it’s the base, SS or ZL1. We are starting the build of two of these vehicles, and they have already been sold! If you are interested, please contact us for more information.

In the meantime, don’t forget about our other fully customized 789s! These babies can be built on a 2005-2013 Corvette C6 or a 2004-2009 Cadillac XLR. As usual, all running gear, air bags, safety features and suspension remains original, and GM still honors the warranty. With such a variety of custom options for each of our 789s, let us build the one that best represents you!


Meet the Newest Edition to the N2A Family…our BSA 3-Wheeler!

Slide1We would like to introduce our most recent project, the BSA 3-Wheeler! This concept is the re-imagining of a 1930s model first introduced by The Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited (BSA). BSA was a major British industrial combine that manufactured firearms, bicycles, cars, buses and more. At one point, they were the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. In 1929, the company introduced their first 3-Wheeled cars.

At N2A, we were inspired by the uniqueness and individuality of this classic. It is a car unlike any others today. We have taken the time to sculpt and build this model into something that is fully modern and functional, while keeping it’s classic style of the past. Other versions of this vehicle are currently in production, such as an electric version, an open wheel model and a 4-Wheel model.


GM’s New Investment

Here at N2A Motors, we pride ourselves on our ability to build quality performance vehicles under the Langmesser brand. With that said, we are happy to see one of our brand partners, GM, making an incredible investment in a mission we and other coachbuilders take so seriously.

As you may or may not know, the GM Performance Build Center located in Bowling Green, Kentucky is responsible for rolling every Corvette through its assembly line. This Center is also responsible for rolling out other GM high-performance engines, such as Cadillac’s supercharged 4.4L Northstar V8, the C6 Corvette Z06, Camero Z/28 and C7 Stingray Corvette Z06.

As of January 2016, GM has announced a $44 Million investment into the specialty performance engine department at the Performance Build Center. This investment will help to produce an abundance of new performance models as well as add an additional 36 employees to its team.

At the Langmesser brand, we support putting a positive spotlight on building high-performance vehicles and creating jobs in the process. Way to go, GM!