I came to confess

Discussion in 'American Cars' started by Rafale, Feb 17, 2009.

  1. I used to prefer the GT-R over the Corvette, but after actually driving both the ZR-1 and the GT-R, I am switching sides. It's the noise, the power, the usability, the looks, everything. And shit, even the interior is pretty good up close!

    America #1 <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>
     
  2. You forgot to say "#$%# yeah!"
     
  3. #$%# YEAH!
     
  4. USA will always be #1
     
  5. Now all we have to do is turn you gay and the SC.net transformation will be complete.
     
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  7. You remembered what country dominated in 1945.
     
  8. It certainly wasn't Germany, Italy, or Japan. I know that much.
     
  9. How much do both cars cost? (in USD?)
     
  10. #11 Rafale, Feb 18, 2009
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  12. Switzerland
     
  13. Got to drive both? Lucky bastard....how does this happen?
     
  14. he works for a magazine.
     
  15. Lucky bastard.
     
  16. 'twas fun aye!
     
  17. How's the overall ride between the two?
     
  18. Where?
     
  19. Swaziland
     
  20. I saw a ZR1 recently (#77 actually) that was listed for 115,000!
     
  21. The GT-R is about 70k MSRP, but trades for a lot more Im guessing.
    The ZR-1 is 115k MSRP. Also probably trades for more, but I think not as significantly more as the GT-R
     
  22. The ZR1 MSRP is 105k with gas guzzler tax and and edmunds is saying the GTR MSRP is 77k. The 115k for the ZR1 is all options and destination charge. I believe the GTR used to be 70k, but the price has been raised to 77k.
     
  23. Mexico.
     

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