What Would You Do With A Red Hot ZR1 Corvette?

DMAC

Registered Member
#2
I reckon I'd sell it and get something worth while. Or rip the engine out and stick it in something small like a Chevette or Fiero.
 

KLaZik_BEATz

Registered Member
#4
Id throw some D's on it and make the paint drip candy mandarin :-/
Then Roll Throw Clayton County Riverdale Fishbowlin' :-/

Seriously id probably just show it off at car shows
 

Nightsurfer

~Lucky 13 strikes again~
#5
That's easy..I would sell it to get my 1963 or 69 21 window micro bus and take the rest of the cash and put it into restoring it if it wasn't already restored. If I still had cash left over I would put that into my 1963 falcon wagons new paint job.





As you can see I am not a fan of new or newer cars, give me a classic car that I can work on, not like these new cars now a days where you have to take to the dealership to get work done (and charged an arm and a leg to get the work done).
 

Oooh_snap

Living on the 0th floor
V.I.P.
#7
I would drive it.. I don't believe in having cars that just sit around in the garage. If you have something nice show it off.

That or, as mentioned before, I would rip the engine out and put it into something smaller.
 

DMAC

Registered Member
#8
I would drive it.. I don't believe in having cars that just sit around in the garage. If you have something nice show it off.

That or, as mentioned before, I would rip the engine out and put it into something smaller.
Exactly I could never stand to see a cool as custom sitting in the garage it's whole life.
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That's easy..I would sell it to get my 1963 or 69 21 window micro bus and take the rest of the cash and put it into restoring it if it wasn't already restored. If I still had cash left over I would put that into my 1963 falcon wagons new paint job.





As you can see I am not a fan of new or newer cars, give me a classic car that I can work on, not like these new cars now a days where you have to take to the dealership to get work done (and charged an arm and a leg to get the work done).
Cool wagon man. Gotta agree with you on the classic cars, they are so much easier to work on and cheaper in most cases. I've never owned a car made after 1983 and I wouldnt have even gone that new if I didn't need a truck at the time.
 
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Link_Q

Registered Member
#9
drag races with other friends as possible !
this is one great car which has an ability to set fire on road
yaah I like sport cars ^^