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Discussion in 'Automotive / Motorcycle Chat' started by oldag, Jul 19, 2019.
My criteria for a car is if can get golf clubs and/or rifles in trunk.
Are you on "rennlist"?
My first sports car was a BMX Z3, fun to drive, but it had a manu-matic shift, pretty much just and automatic (was ignorant of sports cars and I got a good deal). I had a hard time selling it because nobody wanted a sports car with an automatic, finally sold it to a womn. Learned my lesson.
Used to be. Sold my last p car in 2012 and haven't looked back. Likewise, haven't felt the need to cruise rennlist or pelican. Absolutely do NOT miss random $5k repair bills for a car that saw less than 1000 miles a year. Stuff that pretty much does not happen on most cars.
Of the Vettes I've owned, not once did I ever have those kinds of random, unexplained repairs.
I'll never own another modern german car (modern being post approx 1995-ish) without a warranty. Still open to another 70s/80s 911 or 5 series, though. 99% analogue and parts are ubiquitous.
So have you complained about the transmission being in the back for 23 years?
Corvair was rear engine...
I think they would have a winner in design if they put circle tail lights back on. My favorite thing about Vettes are those big bootys.
Completely agree. I wish I had bought a zo6, but my coupe above was to cheap not to buy. It definitely afforded me some upgrade options. It is still a beater comparatively to most Vettes out there, but for under 10k there is no other comparison out there.
By your way of thinking, Chevy could start making a minvan, put the Corvette badge on it and that would be just fine.
The Ford GT is clearly a higher level performance car, and damned pretty to boot, but at the price bracket the Corvette comes in at, it's amazing!