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2009 Corvette SS taken for a joyride

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by 76zimmer, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. 76zimmer

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    700HP for $70,000, I'll take two!!!!!!
     
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    The new "Blue Devil" Vette is not going to be priced anywhere near $70k- that is what a Z06 costs. The supervette is going to incorparate lots of carbon fiber, etc., and has a supercharged engine. It is going to be a supercar, and I imagine it will be $100K plus.

    If you're in the market for a Vette, may want to check used first. Lots of babied Vettes out there for great prices- in just about every configuration available.

    The Vette is my dream car, mainly because they are obtainable without winning the lottery. $20-25 grand will buy a pristine used Vette, even a C5 Z06.
     
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    Well mine was 18 years old when I bought it, and it took another 16 to get it back on the road:doah: , so If the 401K keeps doing good, maybe in another 16 years? Better get in line in about another 10 I guess.:rolleyes:
     

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