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Seeing how the C5 shaped the future

Old 10-22-2017, 01:53 PM
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Ran across this article. Very good read, lots of history of our cars. I feel it's worth the time spent reading.

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Nice read ... thanks for posting the link.
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Awesome, thanks for posting the link
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That definitely makes me glad that I got a C5 and not a C4, seems like the C5 was a massive revolution.
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That was a good article. Thanks for the post.
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Ground-breaking technology in 1994 and still quite impressive even today.
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Good read, thanks. Mike
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Very nice read!! Thanks for posting
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This is why I love my C5Z. It was way ahead of its time. Even today it competes with lots of the newer muscle/sport cars.

Great read

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