We know what you're thinking, and yes, friends, it can be yours. This two-tone Chevrolet Corvette comes from Eagle, Idaho, a product of Z and M Customs in homage to the Corvette Stingray Concept that played the Autobot Sideswipe in the second Transformers film, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. According to the seller, Arcturus401, Z and M only got nine of them out the door before General Motors expressed a lawyerly displeasure, and this is the only two-tone example among them.

Underneath the custom panels lives a 2006 C6 'Vette with an automatic transmission, black leather interior and extras like a head-up display, cold-air intake, a hood that opens electronically and a custom exhaust. A two-owner coupe, it's got 59,900 miles and a salvage title, but we're told its original owner only had the Transformers plastic surgery done in 2011.

Having just relisted it, at the time of this writing, the bidding is up to $6,200, and we don't see any notes about a reserve. If you're into this sort of thing, that could be considered a bargain: when another one of those nine owners put his blue example on eBay in 2010, he wanted at least $42,500. If you'd like more Z and M bona fides before hitting the 'Bid' button, they've done a Pontiac-based Lamborghini Aventador replica, too.

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      If I get in trouble at work for vomiting all over my computer, I blame Autoblog.

      • 3 Months Ago

      A combination of too much disposable income and really bad taste.

      404 not found
      • 3 Months Ago

      I would buy it for anything under $10k. It shouldn't be too much work to return everything back to factory.

        • 3 Months Ago
        @404 not found

        This. That's a damn good price for a C6 to turn into a track missle. Even if you just took the panels off and left them off it would look better. If it was a stick, I'd even be interested myself. 

      • 3 Months Ago

      This thing screams kit car. Did they get the grille and vent inserts at the screen door department at Home Depot?

        • 3 Months Ago

        Ha! Shows how much you know mister smarty pants...... they bought it at Lowes.

      mike c
      • 3 Months Ago

      Mind blown... must look away,,,,like a train wreck... must look away

      EXP Jawa
      • 3 Months Ago

      Somebody paid actual money for that - on purpose?

      Al Terego
      • 3 Months Ago

      Wow, someone is willing to pay $6,200 for this. I hope the person is an abused car rescuer and will give it a nice home in a sanctuary where it will live out its days in peace.

        • 3 Months Ago
        @Al Terego

        It's still a C6 Vette underneath, you should still see the value as an enthusiast.

      • 3 Months Ago

      The most shocking thing about all this is that supposedly there where 9 people out there that found this design pleasing enough to the eye to actually commission Z & M to build them one.  Eek.

      • 3 Months Ago

      That's a nice Triumph though! ;)

      • 3 Months Ago

      Florida. Of course.

      • 3 Months Ago

      Oh gosh. Seriously?

      Terry Davis
      • 3 Months Ago

      Which is worse, the brutal body styling or the brutal color combo? The body looks like it had an allergic reaction to a bee sting and then a coffee house Frappuccino color scheme was exercised, badly.


        • 3 Months Ago
        @Terry Davis

        The colour combination would work if it was on something from the 70's. Not on this thing.

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