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Discussion in 'Other Vehicles' started by rum4, Nov 26, 2014.
My son sitting in one of his dream cars ....
Hey Rick that your son "Chuck" from the donut run right? :lol:
He has good taste and picked a nice color also.
Love the car. What chaps me about it though is I went and test drove a '15 SS recently, and one of these was in the showroom. $74k, plus a $50k MARKUP. REALLY?!?!?!?!
It does have that 427 in it and it is specifically setup for the track so a lots of difference in an SS and a Z28.
Which is what warrants the high tag. But that markup is out of control. $128k for a Camaro?
Yeah but some fool that really wants one will pay it.
This is just like when the 70k something GTR a finely came to the states the dealers makes it up 30k + just because they had one you could buy off the floor.
That's true. I do have to laugh though that many of the knuckleheads that can afford to buy these things still get beat at the track by much "lesser" machines. Why? Because money can buy a car, but it can't buy skill
That is true about skill but if you have the skill this will slay a lot of cars that are of higher hp. This one is only $76,000.
I fully agree bro. I drove the SS with the track pack installed, and I can only imagine how much more potent this thing would be with that 427 under the hood.