The problem with a 1987 Corvette is that you can only share the experience with one lady at a time. Why not three at a time? If this is a question you’ve asked yourself, put the cap back on the glue container and head to eBay. If you’re the highest (or only) bidder, you can be the first one on your block to go big pimpin’ with a 1987 four-door, four-seat Corvette convertible.

As far as a custom job goes this is actually done quite well. It doesn’t seem overdone, which is seen many times on workshop cars like this. The bodylines seem straight, and the back doors are somewhat hidden by their suicide nature. The interior is simple and uses a second set of matching bucket seats. In fact, according to the site car’s site, it took home first prize at this year’s Detroit AutoRama.

Possibly “Family Vette” creator Gene Swatek is really an environmentalist. He realized the 240 hp that the Corvette had when it was factory fresh over twenty years ago was just too much power to share with two people, so now he’s doubled the number of occupants. But before you gather the ladies and go bidding, make sure you live someplace warm. Like the women you’re hoping to attract, the car currently has no top.


Source: eBay

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  (714) posted on 01.27.2012

The car interior is weird with three seats and the wheels are on the center. The Predator Extreme is really hard to distinguish where it get its identity because its concepts come from different cars.

  (512) posted on 08.16.2010

The owner of this car is very imaginative. Using a suicide doors on a corvette is ingenious.

  (570) posted on 02.3.2010

honestly, the looks of this car shouts out that it just came from a chop chop shop. I wonder why in the world would someone chop a 1987 Corvette when restoring it can still make the car hot. If the owner had just restored it or customized it a bit after so, it will definitely make a lot of good impressions and bids on Ebay.

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