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  1. Down around 35% in the last 10 days or so, so yeah, who knows.
  2. Wish they made a 20" front in stock size (or close enough to work) for the Huracan. The 315 will work on the rear, but you either have to run a different brand on the front or go to 19s.
  3. Agree with buy what color you like, but as far as how color may affect resale, you have to keep in mind not only what is desirable (the demand side), but the supply side as well (i.e., how many were made). I can't speak to the Murcis, but with the Gallardos, yellow has always been a popular color, but Lamborghini also made a ton of the cars in yellow, so they were not as sought after as say orange or green in my experience, because far fewer cars were made in those colors. It was also always my understanding that silver was the least "desirable" color on a G. I can't imagine yellow would have any negative effect on resale for a Murci, and it's a beautiful color, so if you like it, buy it.
  4. They're as volatile as whatever index they're tied to. So an S&P index fund follows the S&P, up or down. Volatility of a mutual fund depends on what is in the fund's portfolio. Most of them will go up or down with the overall market also, but vary from the major indexes because they hold various other things as well, not just stock in the companies that make up an index.
  5. Yep, and the fees charged by an index fund are much lower than those of a mutual fund as well. I think I read that only 10% or something of mutual funds have historically out-performed an index fund? I moved almost everything I had in equities to an S&P fund years ago, and have not regretted it.
  6. In a nutshell it was offline for several weeks/months and while it came back most of the users didn't.
  7. Read a report the other day that said GM will be losing money on every C8 with an MSRP under $80k. I bet the price increases will be early and often.
  8. Beautiful cars Jim, and an amazing accomplishment. Congrats!
  9. +1. Would rather stick a fork in my eye than hear his voice. Maybe it's a generational thing, but geez.
  10. Looks more like an NSX to me. I guess we'll know the truth in 3 days.
  11. Lot of familiar names on there, including a major contribution from UR. RIP.
  12. Love the car, and the color. Welcome.
  13. That's a badass render but I'd be shocked if it looked that good. I do think it will look a good bit better than the C7 though.
  14. No doubt the Z06 and higher end variants will be that much and more (they are now), but if that's the price for the least expensive version, they will have reduced their universe of potential buyers by about 80% and it would dramatically impact their sales. No way they could sell anywhere near the numbers they usually churn out (30-40k units a year) at $100k+. I guess the upside would be you wouldn't have to worry about seeing them on every corner like the previous cars. Will be interesting to see how it shakes out.
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