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Old 01-20-2013, 09:47 PM   #16
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omg what a atrocity
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Ok I may get shot for this.

This design is lame and ripped off from older vettes and exotic cars.
The C7's design is lame and ripped off from ricers rather than exotics and prior Vettes, which would be highly preferable.
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The C7's design is lame and ripped off from ricers rather than exotics and prior Vettes, which would be highly preferable.
I see GTR when I look at the new vette.
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Old 01-21-2013, 05:20 PM   #19
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The C7's design is lame and ripped off from ricers rather than exotics and prior Vettes, which would be highly preferable.
sad but true. Overall it's ok......till you get to the rear and then it's game over.
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I see GTR when I look at the new vette.
I see the new Vette when I look at the new Vette.
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I see GTR when I look at the new vette.
if it had rounded tail lamps it would have look like a GTR
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Old 01-22-2013, 12:26 PM   #22
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if it had rounded tail lamps it would have look like a GTR
A ricer!
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This design looks much better. Sure there are some elements that may need refining.. but how long did it take them to come up with that? and i think they did a much better execution. Maybe it will turn ugly in the wind tunnel

and BTW, its the GTR that emulates the corvette with the round rear lights, not the other way around. As they say, imitation is the sincerest for of flattery.
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A ricer!
Sorry but you are wrong, a ricer is a car that looks the part but isn't fast those GTR's are the real deal
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Old 01-25-2013, 03:04 PM   #27
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Honestly, when I look at that, it doesn't say "Corvette" to me.

The real C7, even with all of it's big design changes, still says "Corvette" to me.
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Great ass!

Now only if the aftermarket companies produce something like this for the C7....
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Great ass!

Now only if the aftermarket companies produce something like this for the C7....
speak for yourself....that is fugly IMO
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So is the stock one.
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