Great point but I’d like to add something.
A 1970 gt500 fastback had an msrp of 4,700 dollars, that’s about 36,000 dollars adjusted for inflation. Now we could argue about how you get so much more in the new car than the old one, power, performance, etc. however the difference is, it’s just not...
This could get messy fast. My view is, over 700 hp get an auto, under 700 hp get a manual. That’s just my opinion I don’t hate on autos they will beat me easily. I just find autos with a lot of gears quite boring.
I think the Nissan z looks good btw
Oh for the sixties when muscle cars were bought by young folks looking for a good time, and daily driven all over America. Now it’s all boomers arguing about this or that on an online forum while they drive their cars maybe a thousand miles a year.
Some of y’all should get a custom sticker that adds that adm to the price lol.
I’m rather proud of my window sticker because I custom ordered the car it says this vehicle was built especially for [name] I don’t know if ford does that but they should if they don’t.
I got news for you guys the Amish don’t have these problems maybe we should consider their lifestyle.
seriously though anyone here run Schaeffers oil in anything? We use it for all our stuff and it’s been awesome. They also make the best penetrating spray in the business.
Ok now that was too far. There is nothing peasant about a stock car, certainly not a gt500 that will retain its value a whole lot better than your 5.0
I humbly suggest you take that attitude and shove it.