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BLACK MAGIC: Pratt and Miller C6RS: Pratt and Miller conjures up a racer for the stre

Let’s say you’re Corvette’s marketing manager, and you face two challenges: Increase profits, and keep General Motors’ baby in the limelight at a critical time.

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I think I just crapped myself.
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Man...If in my own little fantasy world, I could choose any car to drive...It'd be a close call between that and the S7...REAL close.
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That car is amazing. I hope to see a "Z28R" 5thgen and hopefully shop made "Z28RS" for the public. Shop-backed car are works of art.


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I think I just crapped myself.

I did as well...after I saw the 1/4 million dollar price tag.

It's an incredible car. The extra touches are nice. Making that kind of power with E85 is just icing on the cake!

This was one of my favorite comments in the article..

the speedometer snaps well past 60 mph before your brain processes the information from your eyes. The legal ramifications increase exponentially every second thereafter that you fail to register what’s happening. Expect 0 to 60 mph in about 3.5 seconds (possibly less, if you can put the power down--slicks, anyone?)


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