Waiting for my '15 GT350 to ship out from Flat Rock.... here's one of my other current toys.
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Yes... I'm "Z06" over there. I actually had a Z51 Stingray at first which I enjoyed as well until upgrading to the Z... alot of peeps talk about the power of even the normal C7 which is obviously really good but one of its key significant strength is the handling. It's dialed-in pretty well.Wow, that looks good! I've been so close to pulling the trigger on a Stingray but just haven't been able to do. Are you a member of StingrayForums.com by chance?
Lets see some pics of that '34 Ford and your Hippie VanI drive a Lexus RX 450H (small SUV hybrid). My three other cars are a hotrod '34 Ford coupe, a '51 Ford radical custom, and a '61 VW hippie or surfer van (depends on which character I most feel like that day). The Lexus has just come out of warrantee and I'm thinking about trading it for a Ford Edge...I was thinking about the Sport model (of the Edge) but the turbos take a short but annoying time to spool up. So, maybe the Titanium version.
You can add your own Album and upload pictures to it here: http://www.gt350.org/forum/album.php?do=addalbumCan one put photos in their posts by the simple copy and paste method? I saw something in the forum's closet about using albums. Also, is there a maximum size? I can shrink the image and assume that 72dpi would be best.
Miata racing here in Texas is huge. I've also considered a Cayman S, but the Porsche tax to race them is too high. Hopefully the GT350 will check all the boxes.Just sold my 64 Cobra tribute as my weekend car, was fun but very loose and scary. currently own a 2013 Miata which is slow but does handle. They are actually not bad on the track with alittle mods. Just not me. I am trading it in on the GT350. Before that a 2006 Black/Black Cayman S, loved that car as it is hard to beat mid-engine handling. 2008 GT500 coupe before that. Wont bore you with all the others.