Re: [DML] Top Gear
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Re: [DML] Top Gear

Wow! That's a pretty big increase in price! Last year or so they had
the prices on their website, and they said that for the U.S. market,
they were only going to be around $35K or so. Still, for the
performance, they're definetly a great buy.

For anyone who curious about the Ariel Atom, or the show "Top Gear",
here's a video link that'll give you an insight into both.

In the past, it's been discussed about what kind of cars DeLorean
owners "graduate" to. Which people have usually expressed as either a
Dodge Viper, or a Chevy Corvette. I've never really been a fan of
either car. I have a long list of reasons why I don't like the
Corvette (including a door malfuction in a C6 where I got trapped
inside the car), and the interior of the Viper just looks cheap and
uninspired. I'm also a big guy who needs a comfortable seat, and lots
of leg room, so that rules out a Pantera. So if I ever got another
sports car, I figure that I'd want something totally different than my
DeLorean. Otherwise, I'm probably just going to drop a more powerful
engine into my car. I just love it that much!

vin 6585 "X"

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Bernie" <bmanderville@...> wrote:
> I want an Arieal Atom too, what an awesome car.  I priced one out, but
> 79K is a bit much for a toy. Did you see the video on Google, I bet
> all of them are available on Google.
> Bernie

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