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Old 02-10-2009, 11:03 AM   #11 (permalink)
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^^^ Agreed. I come from an anti-ricer car club and years of taking down kids in their lawn mower cars. Under-glow, wings on front wheel drive cars, fart cans and fake intakes are the ricer dead give-aways. There's nothing ricer about this car. After driving American Muscle all my life, I don't see anything RICER about this car.

It sounds to me like you need a BMW 1 series or something. Don't worry about buying a Z if you feel it's for kids. That will leave one more Z for someone else to buy. Someone else who won't feel guilty for buying a car their mommy wouldn't buy.

The curves and styling of the Z are classic. Highly modeled off the car that started it all. And more importantly, sticking to the basics: lots of power, light weight, and aerodynamic. There's nothing more too it. You want something bloated and polished, buy a 3 series. You want a performance car, buy a Z.
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