Of course I don't want one. It's not a Ford

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by Craig S, Feb 1, 2018.

  1. Craig S

    Craig S Contributing Member Member

    Location:
    Manassas, Va
  2. Hot Rod

    Hot Rod Contributing Member Member

    Location:
    Springfield, VA
    I'll still take the GT any day. I really like that car. In fact, if you know someone willing to trade a GT for a ZR1, I would be happy to exchange. Of course we will need to wait until the ZR1 comes out and fervor to die down. :D
     
  3. Scott Harrison

    Scott Harrison "Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional" Staff Member Contributing Member Member

    I don't care whether you like Corvettes or not, that is impressive and the ZR1 costs 1/3 of the Ford GT.

    And the Corvette is still in the dark ages with their pushrod engines..imagine what they could do with DOHC?
     
    Last edited: Feb 2, 2018
  4. InProcess

    InProcess Ken Caniglia AKA Superfly Contributing Member Member

    GM has been perfecting the Corvette for years, just watch the GTLM series. The Ford GT is just starting to spread its wings on the track, but because its a limited production car, unlike the vette, the public may never see the changes.
     
  5. edhunter

    edhunter Member

    Location:
    Fredericksburg, VA
    .... blow up?? :idiot2:
     
  6. Nathan Provost

    Nathan Provost Member

    Location:
    Sterling, VA
    I could understand if Ford was a small manufacturer with little to no experience in the performance field but come on; they’ve had years of experience. I’m in no way advocating for the Corvette but a THIRD OF THE PRICE and with a TRUNK LOL.
     
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  7. Mike Holt

    Mike Holt Member

    Location:
    Magnolia, DE
    I drove my buddies 2016 Z06. The only way I can describe it is...that car is angry and wants to be unleashed!! I can’t only imagine the ZR1
     

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