It seems like the best way to get a “reliable aston”
GT cars are my fetish. A manual swapped ‘98-’00 SC400 is pretty much goals.
I love these things. Buddy has a shelby-swapped one and it’s an absolute riot. Two people can easily load a motorcycle in the bed without a ramp.
I only really like these cars for the looks above everything else so if the answer was “a later Mustang” the answer would actually be a Gencoupe or C5 Corvette because I have no love for the facelift.
Yeah, that’s about in line with my experiences with my V6 vert. The interior was okay albeit the easiest interior to disassemble I’ve ever seen. my V6 had the super tiny front sway bar and no rear so it handled like absolute dogshit but I don’t expect a corner carver... supposedly these sell for $6-7k with under 100k…
Yeah but it’s a facelift therefore I don’t care.
I love the challenger. The GTO looks like a bloated Cavalier to me. Both are far, far more expensive than an S197.
FWD and no V8 noises+unobtanium. Pass.
Fun fact: leaving these on scratches the absolute crap out of the painted splitters on the Chargers. Challengers have unpainted splitters that aren’t really affected but dirt and debris gets trapped in the ones on the Chargers and just destroys them when someone with functioning eyes buys it and takes them off.
That rear 3/4 is not flattering.
Turns out it was. I got 3rd overall.
My favorite flavor is ‘Betty.’
The SC430 also should have been a coupe.
Regardless, both cars are freaking hideous and should be burned.
You have a very weird bucket list. I like it.
Go drive a Volt! Your local CarMax or chevy dealership should have a used one kicking around you can take on a test drive, and they’re plenty of fun in EV mode
I may or may not have flashed the brights at a dude in a model 3 to show my superiority
Thanks! The best part is that it works!