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!
Over the last couple of months, our very own Gene Langmesser attended some huge international car shows. Gene represented N2A Motors, as well as his creative partnership in the construction of the Rezvani Beast and the Trion Nemesis.
In November, Gene attended the SEMA show held in Las Vegas, Nevada. SEMA is an annual premiere automotive specialty products trade event. This four-day event brought together the automotive industry’s brightest minds and hottest products. All attendees participated in educational seminars, product demonstrations, special events and networking opportunities. Gene was one of the more than 60,000 domestic and international buyers to attend this year’s event.
In December, Gene again represented N2A Motors at the Festivals of Speed held in Orlando, Florida. The weekend-long event included an evening reception, a golf tournament, a benefit dinner and, or course, the Tenth Annual Festivals of Speed. The festival showcased both vintage and modern vehicles of all makes and models, including [...]
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The most theft-prone vehicle in America might be the Dodge Charger. Or it might be the Ford F-250 pickup truck.
Those are the contradictory conclusions of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the insurance industry-funded Highway Loss Data Institute.
Still, the government agency and private group agree that the theft of late-model vehicles is on a rapid decline in the United States. One reason: automakers’ increasing use of ignition immobilizers, which stop thieves from hot-wiring cars. Nearly 90 percent of 2012 models are equipped with them.
In a report released on Monday, NHTSA said the car stolen most often during the 2011 calendar year was the Charger, with 4.8 thefts for every 1,000 cars produced in 2011. It was followed by the Mitsubishi Galant, Hyundai Accent, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet HHR among vehicles with more than 5,000 units produced that year.