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Sep 21
5

I prefer the Aerotrain. Basically the same concept, but the train uses conventional hovercraft technology instead of magnets.

Sep 21
12

I am less than 100% sure what this article was supposed to be about.

Sep 21
1

I’ll have to read the paper, but there are a few challenges with meta lenses beyond acceptance angle:
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Sep 18
15

Instead of letting these things die naturally as a fickle fan base moves on to the new, shiny stupid thing we enshrine them in the public discourse. Read more

Sep 18
1

Well, it’s already sold, so that’s that! This was a rare car for the NP/ND series lately that actually didn’t seem shady at all. I’m betting it was some sort of Covid related decision to sell. It was a Nice Price, anyways. Read more

Sep 18
20

I’m 100% with you. If it doesn’t add to the performance/handling, then don’t waste time or money on it. The side benefit for cheap bastards like many of us here, is that the parts bin approach really reduces the long term maintenance costs. Keeping a Corvette on the road for decades won’t break the bank.

Sep 18
1

This is an easy NP if it checks out after a mechanical inspection. It would make a great weekend toy/track car for all of your hooning needs.

Sep 18
36

I wonder what the free market, pull-yourself-by-your-bootstraps, small-to-no government advocates on Fox News will say about this? Read more

Sep 18
18

This is all assuming someone doesn’t grant an injunction on this. The rationale is just way, waaaaaaaay too broad. Like, what’s next? They going to ban Tencent? Because they’ve got their hands in League of Legends, Path of Exile, Fortnite, World of Warcraft, and the Unreal fucking engine. Read more

Sep 18
9

It’s easier to ask for forgiveness than it is to ask for permission. 

Sep 18
33

Keep in mind with corvettes you are getting a very high performance car at budget prices. These vettes were in fast company, and sold for less than $38,000. That’s achievable by using parts-bin stuff where it doesn’t really matter.  

Sep 18
2

Nice price...I like the exterior color, the chrome wheels can be swapped off (I mean, they’re not horrible, but...), the two-tone interior has some character, and it’s a driver. Plus, it’s got good window tint. This is one that I’d go for without thinking too hard about it.

Sep 18
3

I’ll have one, thanks.  This is a very good deal.  There’s not really much more to say. 

Sep 18
14

The C5 is growing on me, just like the SN95 Mustang and Z3. I thought the C5 was a lot radder than the C4, but was immediately relegated to Ugly Duckling status when the C6 came out.
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Sep 18
4

That’s definitely an LS1 V8, not an LT1. Car looks good though.

Sep 18
49

The Corvette is a vehicle that pretty much bottoms out at $10k without significant mechanical or cosmetic issues. Read more

Sep 18
4

At some point when you’re tearing out the perfectly serviceable interior of a car in order to turn it into a track car, you might start questioning what you’re doing. Read more

Sep 18
5

I worked at a Chevrolet dealer when these came out, and remember thinking what a radical departure they were from the previous version.  Definitely a nice price on this example.  It looks like a good one to daily.

Sep 18
11

Nice Price. C5s are a bargain of a sports car. What else can out perform it at the price? Really all Corvettes are a bargain for the performance. This is getting down close to Miata pricing.