Re: Mustang versus Vette
On Mon, 07 Mar 2005 04:21:21 GMT, Joe <email@example.com> wrote:
>Rein <rruiterNO-SPAM@NO-SPAMyahoo.com> wrote in
>> On Wed, 09 Feb 2005 16:24:53 GMT, "Scotter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>Yeah, even though I'm a "Mustang guy," I have to make the argument
>>>that higher dollar items tend to be higher quality and throwing
>>>money at a lower quality item may not be the best idea DEPENDING on
>>>what you want in the end. If you are going for pure horsepower then
>>>yeah, sure, put $18K into an 05 Mustang GT and wow! Fast & fun.
>>>Not much different comparison than if you buy a Civic and put tons
>>>of money into it vs. buying something that comes stock prepared to
>>>go fast (Mustang GT).
>>>But would I take the Vette? No. I'm not a "Vette guy," hehe :) If I
>>>had that kind of money to spend on a car I might buy the highest end
>>>convertible Audi I could get.
>> Tell you the truth, the quality of a vette isn't all that great.
>> I've driven the C5 extensively and the quality really isn't that
>> much better than a mustang.
>So you're saying that the Corvette's build quality isn't all that
>great, but it's better than the Mustang's? IOW, the Mustang's build
>quality is worse than the so-so Corvette's?
No, It's carefully saying that it doesn't look like a 50K sportscar. I
see quality issues in a corvette that shouldn't. I don't have any long
term experience with a corvette, but from what I have seen it's not
all that great. The leather seats for example, There's not way in hell
the will last long, and the seats in my 03 cobra will outlast them for
There are leaky window issues on this model.. The center console
opening is weird and feels like it could break off anytime, The
door/roof rubbers look like it won't hold up,etc etc. I can go on for
a while. This is an 03 vette, with the same amount of miles as my 03
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