DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM!

Discussion in '2001 Panoz Esperante' started by E & E, Aug 10, 2002.

  1. why cant i have one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<!-- Signature -->
     
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    Lack of money?


    Buy a porsche for the same money, and get more power and better handling. <IMG SRC="http://www.supercarforums.com/servlets/cMsg/html/emoticons/smile.gif"><!-- Signature -->
     
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    he has a point but well this thing is just cool. no in the middle jsut cool. if u want something different buy this
    but it turns like naval tanker<!-- Signature -->
     
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    Or buy the AIV Roadster, same engine and output, 300kg lighter, I think it looks better, it's cheaper, and well thats pretty much it. Top speed of 140mph opposed to 155 of the Esperante but that can be fixed!
     
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    does anyone know any stats on the eperante gtr?
     
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    i know from an article in advanced materials & processes that the frame is extruded aluminum and is glued togather at the joints.

    glued you say?

    the structural epoxy used acually makes a stronger joint than a weld, with much less effort, and its easier to screw up a weld. the joint is even stronger than the aluminum itself...
     
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    I don't think I could ever bring myself to put down 80 g's for a Ford engine. just can't do it, Porsches are too beautiful.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    If I had $80 to $90 grand to spend on a car I think I would be stuck between a Panoz Esperante, a nice used Ferrari (you can get a perfect 348 or 512BB for that price) a TVR, Lotus Esprit V8 Turbo, or a new Dodge Viper. Porsches are wonderful but are more common than the others. I like rare cars.
     
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    I must concur.
     
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    You're missing the entire point of the car.
     

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