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



I mentioned the Corvette because you stated, "Are there any other nice
exotics under about $60k (gently used) with high performance, yet with a
decent service network in place? NSX and Viper are the only two I can think
of...."

That's why I replied with the Z06 and ZR1.  I would bet most people on the
road, who are not car nuts, wouldn't be able to distinguish those versions
from their plain counterpart.  Actually, I like that about these cars.  If I
had a Z06 I would try to make it look less like one and more like a regular
Corvette.

The nearest location to me that can service Lotus is about three hours away.
I am sure they would pick up the car for if I asked, or I could trailer it
there.  I can't imagine the car being that difficult to work on really.
There is a pearl white Lotus near me for sale.

For the Viper, I would have to get the coupe or a Hennessey version.  The
plain ole Viper screams "sorry about my penis". ;)  The new version of the
Mustang is the only one I have really liked all the way around.  If I could
find a low mileage garage-kept WS6 that would be cool, too.

Greg


-----Original Message-----
From: DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Ryan Wright
Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2006 6:06 PM
To: DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [DMCForum] Re: Acura NSX, anyone?

On 5/9/06, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I think he was looking for something more unique than
> a Mustang, or a Vette..  We are DeLorean owners ya
> know!  :)

Damn straight. Everyone has a Vette. While I like the car, I can't see
myself owning one. Too many people have them... what's the point? I
feel the same way about the Viper. While I'd buy a Viper over a
Corvette any day of the week, I still think they're a little oversold.
I'm gauging this based on the number of Vipers I've seen around town,
you understand, so it's really "seat of the pants" statistics.

My ideals conflict. I'd like a car that can be serviced via an
established dealer network but at the same time I want one unique
enough that all but guarantees no established network exists anywhere
near me. Maybe I'll break down, get an Esprit, and keep working on my
own cars.

Oh, and I don't like Mustangs.

-Ryan 



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