Originally Posted by DrJay
Yeah we could designate someone to do that. Then we could all put our 2cents in on the entire build up. What year, what performance, what paint...all the good stuff. I think it'd be cool
Well it depends on what we want to do and this is where the problem would be. Some people like me would be all for the older 87-91 bodystyle for several reasons:
3. unique and different
4. just plain better looking
If we were going to go for a all out balls to the wall traditional tripple threat car( 1/4 mile, top speed, road course terror) then I think this would be the way to go.
Now if we wanted bad *** street car that would have lots of show along with the go then maybe the 93-99 or 2000 and up bodystyles would be better. The 87-91 would be more race car and the other bodystyle would be more street car.
Instead of a stripped interior, racing seats and full roll cage the later body style car would have leather buckets, bad *** stereo system w/ dvd players and gps.
Paint for the race car would be simple one or two color with sponsor stickers and black out racing wheels with R-Compound rubber wrapping them. The street car would have a more complicated multi-color paint job, graphics probably maybe some color changing paint, and big 17-18 inch wheels.
I think the second option might go more with the bonneville theme of Luxury With Attitude