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I am sure the C7 will be great, but if it is a disapointment I am thinking of going with the new Viper. I am curious what everyone is thinking... If not the Viper, what will you do? Keep and upgrade your C6? ZL1 or Shelby? I just cannot get into the 911s. I am praying GM nails the C7 and spares me this dilemma!!!
59 years of previous Vettes to choose from... or Superformance Cobra or keep my 08. I toyed around with the idea of changing flavors all together and getting a V series Caddy or an Audi S5, but when I start thinking that way I get sad.
The C7 is growing on me so in time it might be a moot issue.
Location: Springfield, NJ Raceway Park & Atco Raceway
Originally Posted by JerriVette
I fully expect the c7 to be awesome.
I do as well.
But in the far distant outside chance that the car might turn out to be a total disappointment (it won't) I would likely just keep my current C6 (which I might've been doing anyway even if I were to get a C7), possibly get a later model C6 LS3 or even C6 Z06.
I have had my C6 for 1 year, 4 months. Not gonna do anything as far as I know for about 2 years, minimum. None of us have any idea what the world will look like at that time so my plan A and plan B coincide.
If it's something I just can't warm up to I'll keep my '05 and look for a low mileage '11 or '12 Z06. I'm hoping it doesn't come down to that, as "Plan B's" by nature are kind of second choice alternatives and not what you were hoping for.
Used, low mileage C6 ZR1 or a 4th generation viper. If the C7 impresses me, I'll wait and buy the high performance model used after its had a chance to depreciate...I am really liking the latest renderings...