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Old 07-01-2014, 07:23 PM   #36
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If base is around 80K, I HIGHLY doubt the Z07 package and 8 speed auto would cost enough to make it 100+K OTD price

Any options added and it will be. That would be 100% base model


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If I had the money, I'm fairly certain those would be the only options I'd get, adds everything that I'd want, I guess I'll see what it would be when the Z06 hits the customizer on the Chevy site.
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If I had the money, I'm fairly certain those would be the only options I'd get, adds everything that I'd want, I guess I'll see what it would be when the Z06 hits the customizer on the Chevy site.

Whenever I do the Corvette Customizer I tell myself to only select the options I really want. Ends up being fully loaded


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Well, I'll see what happens. But yeah, with the base C7, it always ends up being an LT3 Z51 package, costing about 75K. And I try to keep it to the minimum... never happens
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The Z/28 is only 505HP at Crank not a huge jump the Challenger is heavy but I watched a video pretty mean car when she gets going, z/28 was not impressive to have 505HP at crank. At 75,000.00 they are nuts plus I would not buy from a car company that is on government welfare. GM Government Motors.
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Hellcat sounds bad ***

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The Z/28 is only 505HP at Crank not a huge jump the Challenger is heavy but I watched a video pretty mean car when she gets going, z/28 was not impressive to have 505HP at crank. At 75,000.00 they are nuts plus I would not buy from a car company that is on government welfare. GM Government Motors.
The Z28 is a road course car, similar to the Boss 302, not a drag/ big numbers car. With a road course car, too much power can be a bad thing. You have to have a balanced car, which the Z28 is pretty respectable.
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If I had the money, I'm fairly certain those would be the only options I'd get, adds everything that I'd want, I guess I'll see what it would be when the Z06 hits the customizer on the Chevy site.
Don't forget the eye gouging they'll charge for the first year Z06. For base base base you're likely looking at $90-100k
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Don't forget the eye gouging they'll charge for the first year Z06. For base base base you're likely looking at $90-100k
That's why I wouldn't buy 1st year, well, that and the problems 1st year cars always have... and it's still a GM, so it will probably have a few 1st year problems, and wrecks, because people with money that don't know how to drive will buy them.
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That's why I wouldn't buy 1st year, well, that and the problems 1st year cars always have... and it's still a GM, so it will probably have a few 1st year problems, and wrecks, because people with money that don't know how to drive will buy them.
Damn son. It took you 18 years to save up for half the cost of your Stang GT. how you gonna save $80k in the next 2-4 years for a Z06 lol

I wanna know! Jk I know what you're saying.
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Damn son. It took you 18 years to save up for half the cost of your Stang GT. how you gonna save $80k in the next 2-4 years for a Z06 lol

I wanna know! Jk I know what you're saying.
I wanna know how as well... eventually I want that, the new challenger Hellcat, a Camaro SS 1LE and an F-150.
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