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Old 03-15-2019, 01:11 PM
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Too much hp and torque. I wonder what the cure will be.

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Time has proven, it is wise to never buy the first year of a new production vehicle. Al W.
You're absolutely correct. That has always been great advice.....but there seems to be one major exception to that theory as recent values have supported.
The '63 SWC.
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and as far as females, one should take a look at the GM Tech Center in Warren, there are a lot females employed there in technical areas.
Detroit Speed's Stacy Tucker was a GM engineer before her and her husband Kyle started their own business. She certainly knows what the heck she's doing.
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You're absolutely correct. That has always been great advice.....but there seems to be one major exception to that theory as recent values have supported.
The '63 SWC.
I'd say the '53 Vette has maintained, or regained, a high degree of desirability as well.
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