look up Ferrari Dino
@OpenWine Oh yes indeed. The Dino body shape is an absolute masterpiece !
@DCooper dem curves man. curves are sexy
Bugatti is owned by vw group (i think)... so...
@sensible27 oh? But ain't they German?
Yes. VW are German.
@madgoat ok... well I prefer GMC or mustang
Yeah... I think I messed up. Gmc instead of corvette? What do they make? Heard about the new c8 gen/version? But it doesn't matter anyway their markets just might all collapse with tesla roadster... which I'm guessing is headquartered in us... when it gets released... mmmm.
@sensible27 I don't know about the Tesla at least here in Colorado. We get a lot of snow and ice in the winter. GMC make lots of different stuff. Mine is a big truck. It can probably plow through a muddy field
Being more of a practical type, I still wouldn't sink six figures into a collector car that's too valuable to drive for fear of getting a scratch on it. My current summer daily driver 'fun car' is a late C3 vette in a nice clean simple blue and some 4in sidepipes. Sounds nice, drives nice, and is easily replaceable if anything happened to it. Life is too short to own only boring cars !
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Yeah buy a McLaren if you want a car that will fall apart by the end of the first year.
@EyesOfGod it won’t if you take care of it. Don’t bash on my choice unless you can afford to buy one
Even if you do take care of it, the car will fall apart im not being mean or hateful it is a fact tons of people who have owned one have reported failures within the first year. Sometimes the trunk won't close. The windshield falls out, mirrors fall off, interior panels shake loose, paint begins to bubble. In fact when you buy one the dealer has to replace the knock sensor because if the car is left out sitting for to long it will fail. So basically you buy a $200k car thats already broken.