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View Poll Results: ZR1-What are you going to do?
I'm impressed and will buy. 47 18.58%
I'm impressed, but won't buy. 158 62.45%
I'm not impressed. 16 6.32%
I'm not impressed and will wait for the ME. 21 8.30%
I'm not impressed and don't care about the ME. 11 4.35%
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Old 11-13-2017, 12:51 PM   #1
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Old 11-13-2017, 12:53 PM   #2
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I am impressed as hell with this car but it's currently seriously out of my budget
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I'm not impressed and don't care about the ME
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I'm impressed and will buy one
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Old 11-13-2017, 01:13 PM   #5
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I think its too early to be deciding if i am impressed or not. On top of that i consider my opinion null since it's out of my budget. I do know that the extra wings are not there for appearance, so I'm wondering how this iteration of the C7 will do on track!
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"nothing succeeds like excess..."
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Can't stand the high wing. Great for the times you are actually on a race track or on your trailer headed to a race track. All other times it is totally ricer. Maybe the low wing model but no pictures yet.

So I will wait for the ME to replace my 16 Z06......or maybe call Callaway to get 757 hp! At much less cost.
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I'm impressed and can't afford.
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Can't stand the high wing. Great for the times you are actually on a race track or on your trailer headed to a race track. All other times it is totally ricer. Maybe the low wing model but no pictures yet.

So I will wait for the ME to replace my 16 Z06......or maybe call Callaway to get 757 hp! At much less cost.
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I'm not impressed and don't care about the ME.
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Impressed, but not, (can't afford, don't want anyway) buying one. It's probably going to a misrible daily driver. Hell, you, (nor I) can't actually use a base model to it's potential on normal roads anyway.
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Can't stand the high wing. Great for the times you are actually on a race track or on your trailer headed to a race track. All other times it is totally ricer. Maybe the low wing model but no pictures yet.

So I will wait for the ME to replace my 16 Z06......or maybe call Callaway to get 757 hp! At much less cost.
That was me till I saw the low wing and it looks good!

The car is built for the track. Some will head to cars and coffee, those guys will be sure to get the big wing.
I'm too cheap when it comes to cars to get one. The Z06's fit in for everyday driving. The ZR1 is a long ways price wise from the 68k I spent on my 2nd Z.

The engines are much much closer the 650 hp to 750 hp is much more manageable. It is the hp I want. My Z06 is going over 800 hp soon.
Don't need all the track features since I don't go there.
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Impressed.....will not buy....
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Old 11-13-2017, 02:24 PM   #15
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I am impressed as hell with this car but it's currently seriously out of my budget
I LOVE LOVE LOVE the ZR1, but if the $147k price tag is true it's 45K above my budget
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I'm impressed and it looks Badd Azz, but won't buy only because not in my budget but if money wasn't an issue then I would love to have one at a reasonable price. Still a great value at 150k compared to its competitors at 200k +
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I am somewhat impressed, but won't buy one. It's way out of my price range anyways. But let's say even if I did have the money to make a purchase, I probably still would not buy it.
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Impressed but will not buy. It is way to industrial for me. I will stick with my 17 Z06.
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Impressed, can't even afford a C4. Sigh!
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