Re: [DMCForum] Re: Acura NSX, anyone?
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Re: [DMCForum] Re: Acura NSX, anyone?



Martin,

On 5/9/06, Martin Gutkowski - DMC Ltd <martin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Quick synopsis of the Esprit: Earth Shattering speed, less reliable and
> an order of magnitude more expensive than a DeLorean to look after.

I might have to join a Lotus forum and start bothering them. I
remember being nearly scared away from DeLorean ownership on several
occasions. Then I bought one anyway and really, it's no different than
maintaining any other old car.

Anyway, I'd be looking at a newer Esprit. Something in the '99 - '05
range. Should be much less "old parts catch up" to play than my
DeLorean.

> NSX: One of Japan's attempts at a european supercar. Superb reliability,
> build quality, but perhaps a bit lacking in character. These are my
> words, I could be wrong :-)

I just wish the damn thing had more horsepower.

> What about the Nissan 300ZX? Did you guys get that? One of the most
> underrated supercars.

I've loved the 300ZX for a long time. Almost bought one once back when
I was frustrated with my Fiero. Unfortunately, they're found
everywhere and are not very exotic.

-Ryan


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