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Classic 1 14.29%
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Old 08-18-2005, 11:32 AM   #1
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Classic or new AGE?

I've been thinking about this for a while now. Would you rather have an american supercar such as an S7,Ford GT & mosler Mt or would you go for a classic super performance car such as a modified 67 Fast back or a full blown Iroc Race car?
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God I would love to have a Ford GT sitting in my driveway. If I were to have a classic car, I would try and keep it as stock as possible, and not go too heavy into modding it. As much as I love the 60's Mustangs/Camaros, I could never take one over the Ford GT.
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Supercar? Carrera GT.
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Re: Classic or new AGE?

I don't really think the classics are so good atleast in my eyes. I see 1960's ferrari's going for 1.5+ its rediculous. I like my 90's supercars better the new new generation is ok. I'm not a fan of the Enzo and they could have did a better job with the Slr.
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Re: Classic or new AGE?

Ive owned enough classics, I want a new supercar now. Give me a Koenigsegg CCR or maybe a Lamborghini Murcielago and let me turbocharge it.

although, I would MUCH rather have a Ford GT40 then the new ford GT
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Re: Classic or new AGE?

Does it have to be American?
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If I was to choose to leave both stock I would go with the new age cars...a Ford GT a Murcielago an F430, beauties like that

The classic cars were very nice, but most were one-dimensional...the old muscle cars could go very fast in a stright line, but they couldn't handle or stop very well...the new age cars must do all 2 equally well to be considered supercars...
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Re: Re: Classic or new AGE?

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Does it have to be American?
Nope can be european etc..
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Re: Classic or new AGE?

ohhhhh I would Go Supercar! ( cos the fact i can't afford any of the ones i want lol) and i've done old school and thats hard takes time and money!
( 87 Bmw series 3) (1987 Statesman Deville) gave up on the pair of em lol newer is definetly easier to deal with and parts arn't so expensive either
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