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oufan2929

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  1. Having owned a 91 and 92, I loved them during the honeymoon phase, but the clutch is super heavy, I don't like not having power steering, $5k rear axle break job was painful (couldn't find rotors and had to rebuild rear calipers). So after that happened I started looking into finding other parts and realized how hard parts can be to find. So I decided it wasn't for me. For the analog experience I much prefer my Ford GT. Parts can be tricky to find but they're out there, and basically zero repairs needed anyways... But I get your desire for the early diablo and TR, no doubt. I met my hero and was let down. My 98 SV was twice or three times more fun to drive as well, but still had the lingering concern of what happens when it needs major repairs or even minor repairs. I drive my cars too much to worry about that issue. My GT has 43k trouble free miles! Would be hard pressed to do that in a diablo. With all that said, I want another diablo lol. But now I own more cars so it would need to see so many miles. The black 99 SV Roy Cats has is right up my alley, but boy is he proud of it! Can't say I blame him...
  2. What's it like owning a 360 CS amongst the rest of your stable? I've always wanted one, and have a hard time justifying the cost sometimes for what it is. But they keep calling out to me!
  3. It costs $99/mo. So $300...
  4. I had the same type of thing. I used Lexington Law. Took a few months but it ended up getting cleaned up...
  5. Hello, sorry to bother you, and I will likely send this to other owners. Would you be open to selling your car? I have been looking for either a Diablo Sv Monterey, or Diablo Sv Blue(Probably an Sv who am I kidding) Number is 6017156594. Thank you. Just let me know if not.

  6. Some of you have probably seen the blk/blk 6sp Murci on Autotrader. Has had a major engine out 1000 miles ago but back in 2014. What am I up against buying an 02 Murci? Decently robust car I imagine, but curious of everyone’s thoughts. I remember Roy telling me years ago that the 03 Murci was the most reliable of the first gen Murci’s but can’t remember why. Also, what do you think the car should be bought for? He’s asking $189k which I think is a little strong. I figured I need to be in the 160’s. Has around 17k miles...
  7. About the same results I had racing my buddies Novotech tuned 720. I have a UGR car and raced him on my 91 tune (about 900whp). I put 4 cars on him before 120-130mph
  8. Do you have a favorite, Allan? As far as driving goes... and favorite overall?
  9. I do think it'll be a partial dd alongside my TTH. The S definitely seems to have more draw for what I'm looking for...
  10. Can't blame you there. I'm just the opposite. My favorite of those three happens to be the S. And I wouldn't complain about owning any of the above either!
  11. Wow, better than the SV...That's saying something. Looks like my next step needs to be to go drive one. If my new Ford GT application gets declined which most likely it will, I'll probably plan on an S. I need a car with all of the theatrics... Doesn't get much better!
  12. I posted this somehow as a guest, so thought I'd make it actually under my log in... Seems like there’s only $100k in difference between the 2012 Aventador and 2017 S now. That gap will close, and 5-10 years from now, what do you think the difference will be? I figure $50k or so... so cost to own a ‘17 over the ‘12 is only $50k less repairs the ‘12 will have that the ‘17 won’t? Considering one or the other. ‘12’s and their quirks/potential issues don’t bother me much. The thing that makes me want a 2017 are the rear wheel arches (love em) and the AWS... warranty/repairs don’t bother me on a ‘12. A ‘13 isn’t out of the question and I don’t see the point in spending more money on a ‘14-‘16. Just thinking out loud here... thoughts? Also, I’ll put 30-40k miles on it pretty easily. All of my cars get driven daily. So maybe there’s only an $80k difference in a low mile 12 and 17...
  13. Couldn’t agree more. 488 is a snooze fest...
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