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In Topic: I'm BAAACK ... In Blurple

23 January 2015 - 08:25 AM

View PostATL_GT-R, on 19 January 2015 - 06:31 PM, said:

1. It was new
2. Needs full paint correction, Quartz and clear bra which it is going in for next week - Nissan paint, you guys get it
3. Immediate mod plans are NOTHING! ... Except tint, '15 headlights, intake, bov MP and since those things force me to, a tune -- slippery slope this is.  I literally just want to hear great turbo and air noises lol.

I dunno, Andrew.  Honestly, you've been there and done that before with the big build.  I think I'd keep this relatively stock if I found one.  The Midnight Opal is such a great color and really rare.  You could argue having that color is rarer than owning a NISMO.  Regardless, welcome back to the fold, brother!

In Topic: 2016 US Dealer order guide released: Still Includes NISMO adds 45th Anniver...

22 January 2015 - 04:26 PM

the new wheels are too busy for a performance car and will be a PITA to clean

In Topic: R36 to be a 2 seater Hybrid with 775HP (578Kw)

22 January 2015 - 09:17 AM

I agree with most here... $200K+ and Nissan will price themselves out of their niche.  Ideally, the next GT-R car should fall around $125K (anything less is just bonus) for the entry level model.  I'd say up to $150K would still see decent sales, but they will start to push lots of customers to more cost effective performance options (those looking for bang for the buck) or make some justify spending just a bit more for a higher end car (those with means to do so).

In Topic: Stoped by the police? What did you get away with.

15 January 2015 - 12:14 PM

Not sure this counts the same way, but one time during a 4th of July evening license check stop, the state troopers running the check asked and allowed me to do an LC launch out of the license check as I left.

In Topic: new Ford GT - revealed

14 January 2015 - 09:23 AM

I gotta say, I'm pretty excited to see more about the new GT regardless of what the final price is.

But no car... and I mean no car... excited me more on initial announcement than when this ad aired during the Super Bowl in 2004.  (And all respect to MC and his first ever US GT-R NISMO, but when I think of "The One" it will always conjure up a Ford GT not a GT-R NISMO)...