Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by JP®, Jul 3, 2007.
2005 corvettes are killer
those gens with the hidden lights... not a huge fan
I say bank the 25K, you'll need that plus some more to cover the cost of the 15K interval service on the F355.
That's like 15,000 kms a year on a Corvette... sounds more like it was used as a daily driver.
If I wasn't a dad, Id be all over Steves S2K like a fat kid on a cupcake, that or a new GTI.
Boxster. You can get a nice S from the states for 25kish.
Where is that? I know a guy named chris wong in ottawa.
More than I can afford pal.
I want something that i can mod, and put some power down with.
This would be hot without the spoiler.
My first choice would be black with tan leather.
I found one last year, put up my deposit, went to toronto, and it was JUNK.
This car without the wing would look good, IMO.
vernon kynock has a nice vette forsale not sure the year $18000 located on hammond plains rd across from his shop
And the fart can.
Well if you want a car you can mod a TT Supra would deliver on that level. I've only ever seen one red one around the HRM and an older black guy owns it. This wouldn't be your daily driver though right?
What about a late model NSX?
My truck is my daily driver.
This would get driven a couple times a month, when I had time.
Too much cash.
And thats not even a TT is it?
I think there are 2. one tt, one NA. The NA one used to have a FL plate on it, IIRC.
Nope the red one in Halifax is a N/A automatic.
This is why I want a black one.
superchaaaaaaaaaaaaarge. They can put down close to 400 and still handle like a go kart. Where as you can have a 900hp Supra, and still run 12's.
Ive never (and will never) care what my car can do in a 1/4 mile.
Then why a Supra? I mean that really dont handle all that well, most of them are just dyno queens.
That's my opinion as well. Has to be something a bit more unique. (if it were me buying)
This meets your criteria.
He might have sold it. I haven't seen it since last week. He's got an old van out front now.
Actually, those who were suggesting older classics are on the right track, because they'll go up in value.
Here ya go
Love the silver one. I don't like that the blue one is red under the hood. Plus, rather have one that looks/is stock to start off with, then add your own style or leave it how it is.