Performance wise it does. But obviously a Corvette will never have the cachet of a Ferrari. I’m kinda curious now to see how many F car owners pony up for a C8.
That’s exactly what I told my girlfriend when we first started dating. Now she’s my wife, and the hidden surprise turned out to be twins. She’s still waiting for the big peen though..
1st: Waiting for the white smoke from the chimney at HQ in Munich..
A grandpa car with 460-755hp, that will run with pretty much anything Ferrari builds? Sure.
LoL. A bit late to the party here, but thanks for weighing in!
Only us history geeks.
I see what you did there..
Awesome. Do they move the high beam switch back to the floor, too?
I joke a lot here about cars being made into artificial reefs, but Jeeez...
That would be hard to accomplish with ABS I’d think.
At some defined point, all MLs should be made into artificial reefs, imho.
I suspect they’re spread out among Areas 53 through 58 myself.
I think most of the C3 reputation comes from the second half
Willfully misses the point? No. But Patrick’s lumping in the good C3s with the lame C3s I find rather lazy. I’d extend that horizon to 1989, myself.
We see the old man driving a Vette stereotype whenever the subject comes up. While there’s some truth to it, it’s one of those dead horses that people love to beat. But Patrick’s take is lame here; the early C3s were awesome while the rest were just sad examples caught up in EPA mandated emissions requirements.
Parking in a garage would be a bitch though. Maybe a smaller version?
A fitting punishment.
Just the old man driving a Vette stereotype being tossed out.