The new E-Ray is still not available to order, but reviewers are getting review cars to “test out”.
Using Jason Cammisa’s signature time-freeze video technique to show the outcome of a ¼ mile race, and explain how it happened, by walking back through slow-mo time at the finish line, is exactly what GM was hoping reviewers would show, the $104,295 (starting price coupe) E-Ray versus other high-performance sports cars. In this case, the E-Ray is pitted against a Ferrari F8 ($283,950 starting price) and Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD ($248,295 starting price).
I don’t want to give away the winner, but let’s say the “competition” has some explaining to do to their potential customers.
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Andy K’s 15 Corvettes.
The 1958 Convertible was the first Corvette I ever saw (I was only 11 years old). After owning a 1974, 1980 and 1984 in the past I finally bought my 1958 dream car from a dealer in Minnesota. It’s in great condition and I drive it every day that I can.
This awesome example came to us from a gentleman up in Northern California. He only managed to put a bit over 4k miles on it before we were able to pry it away from him!
Z51 Performance Pkg,
3LT Trim Pkg.
Magnetic Ride Control.
Carbon Flash painted nacelles, roof and Convertible top.
Carbon Fiber interior trim.
Black painted 19? front/ 20? rear Trident aluminum wheels.
Edge Red painted brake calipers.
1968 Plymouth GTX 440 4-Speed
Excellent high option Coupe!
$150,000 spent on absolutely no expense restoration.
Black w/Ebony interior 376/430hp, 6-speed paddle-shift automatic.
This 1968 Plymouth GTX was acquired by the current owner approximately nine years ago and subsequently refurbished. The car is powered by a 440ci V8 mated to a four-speed manual transmission and is finished in dark blue over blue upholstery. Equipment includes body-color 14? steel wheels with hubcaps, HD four-wheel drum brakes, a four-barrel carburetor, a dual exhaust system, chrome bumpers, and a push-button radio. This GTX comes with many show awards and judging sheets, a Chrysler Production broadcast sheet, a Galen Govier report, 2014 dyno results, and refurbishment records.
What the Critics say about this GTX:
“An X with manual steering/brakes AND 4 Speed (yes!) just a smattering of options to make it good (great!). Very nice dyno numbers for a stock appearing for 440. And it sounds as it should too, thank you thank you for NOT choosing cliché trashcan mufflers!”
“An iconic piece of American muscle history. Gorgeous GTX!!”
“Gorgeous example of Mopar brawn. I’ve always been a Ford-Mercury geek but these get my respect.”
Conservatively Priced at: $100,000!
If you have a Red 1959, we have Cash!
Kindigit Designs of Bitchin Rides and Corvette Mike have collaborated to bring you the Koolest of Bitchin Rides — a series dedicated to the ultimate resto-mods. The last of a true breed of combustion engines purpose-built by Lingenfelter, developing enough horsepower to rip the steel cords right off these Michelins.
This combination of a very limited, select edition of carbon fiber bodies mated to Roadster Shop chassis culminated into something very special. The first, from scratch, retro look 1953 Corvette Roadster with all the trick goodies of modern-day Sportage transportation with a flare to dare you not to stare.
1967 Black 435
Red 1959 Wanted!
If you have a 1967 Black L71 427/435
a Red/Red or Red/Black 1959, we have Cash!
Email me to talk about any cars you want to sell: Troy@CorvetteMike.Com!
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