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Discussion in 'Car Classifieds' started by SuperSonic, Dec 6, 2008.
This car should cost like $300k
Where's Picard when you need him...
You'll look back at this point in your life and shake your head.
or for 2.2m dollars you can go out and buy 2 slightly older F1 cars from Minardi and absolutly pants this car.
sit down and STFU.
how much would an early to mid 90s F1 cost?
Depends on what team/driver. Here's a 1990 Benetton for 145k euro;
Or an Arrows for even less;
Oh god Im so doing this if I'm ever a multimillionaire.
The first one says this
"Carefully restored into its original specifications it has a fresh and very powerful Cosworth HB 3.5 V8 engine. We remind that this engine is the easier to race, only needing low maintain during its long lifetime compared with the contemporary ones."
How much do you think it costs to run and maintain one of these? and what sort of horsepower figures where they running back then? pretty similar to now right?
edit: found the answer to the last one
"the Ford HBA4 for Benetton and Renault RS2 for Williams with 660 hp (492 kW) at 12,800 rpm "
I have no idea about maintenance costs <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A> Email some F1 experience company and find out <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A> Some run old F1 cars.
I'd rather own a McLaren F1.
I must admit if I had a spare $2.2 million dollars lying around I'd certainly be stupid enough to go out and buy this.
I've conversed with some people and came up with the following figures.
if your not particularily worried about how long its going to take: 100 euro an hour.
in a hurry: 150 euro an hour
you want it done right #$%#ing now: first born child.
it's not a #$%#ing track car!
You could have an Enzo and money left over for that price. YOu could also get a
Bugatti Veyron. You could also get a Pagani Zonda C12. For 2.2 million why the
hell would you want this? Look at all of the choices you have 2.2 million. I would
kill to get one of the cars I just listed.
why are you trunkating
all of your lines of
I'd rather be able to drive to and from the track in a CCXR than to own some ugly F1 car that can't be driven on the streets.
For 2.2 million dollars you could buy a brand new Mosler MT900 XX (looks better, weighs 280kg less, and goes a hell of lot faster even in factory fresh form) drop in an NRE for a car that would eat most road legal cars alive on the track and have 2 million dollars left over.
You could also buy an Enzo, which is significantly faster around any track you care to name than any current Ksegg recorded time (despite it being 7 years old) and have 1 million dollars leftover.
You could buy an FXX second hand, have it up graded to Evoluzione spec and made road legal by edo, and still have enough left over to buy a ZR1 (which I have a sneaking suspicion could do away with a Ksegg on any track without an abundance of long, long straights)
You could buy a Bugatti Veyron and a Pagani Zonda F and still have money left over.
You could by a Zonda Cinque and a Zonda R and still have money left over.
You could buy the TVR Cerbera Speed Twelve more than ten times over.
You could start a collection of 60s and 70s era exotics in good condition.
You could buy ten secondhand Carrera GTs
In short, there is a plethora of cars that you could better spend your 2.2 million dollars on than the CCXR edition. Nobody but someone with way too much money and poor taste is going to buy it, but Segg can probably find 6 people like that without a problem. However, it is irrecontrivertible truth that 2.2 million dollars is way more than this car is worth. Also, it will depreciate like a rock.
MT900 looks like a cheap kit car with a weak sounding merikan engine, and that makes it not worthy to be mentioned in Ksegg thread
Enzo is an awesome machine in every way but wouldn't stand much of a chance against a properly setup CCX
Love the FXX, but if I wanted an all out track car I'd have an unrestricted CCGT or an R-GT
All the rest you mentioned can't quite compare
Doesn't sound weak to me in either guise. Also, if you think the MT900 is a kit car, you're retarded. It has 10 times the racing pedigree of Koenigsegg to boot.
Oddly enough, out of all the rest I mentioned, they all seem to go faster round a track than Seggs. And Pagani has incomparable build quality.
I put this car under the Zonda.
yeah cause that american based engine in the Koenigsegg sounds any better.
you #$%#ing pleab