QUOTE(ubernewb @ Mar 7 2007, 07:04 AM)
not adding the 10 to the 5.. he says he gets 5 of the 10..
you want reliability, but then want a chevy? pishaw... mkIII (86.5-91) supra. just get the non-turbo for reliability. rwd, tons of fun, and easily and cheaply upgradable. and it's not your average ricer ride. people who love muscle should be able appreciate the supra.. if not they're fucking retarded fanboys..
*Puts on Fanboy Hat*
This guy right here managed a 95 Camaro z28 for under 4 grand. And it was worth every last penny and then some.
A N/A Supra IS NOT A MUSCLE CAR. *Bangs stick against wall for effect* And I think the idea of saying I'd (muscle car fan) think a MK3 supra WITHOUT turbo is cool, is a absolutely WRONG. I've ridden in one. It's an ok car. But there turbos are where it's at on those cars. Same to be said for a Fairlady Z. Beyond that you may as well spend the same money and get a V6 Stang or Camaro that's much newer and with less mileage for the same money.
*Removes Fanboy Hat*
Old Camaros and the like are far too expensive for what you get. At least around here. It's really pathetic. I had a friend looking for one and it was an ordeal. The floor boards seem to rust far too easy. If you're going older I like the foxbody Stang idea. Or even the 94-95 Stang, which has the newer body style, but still the 5.0, which I love. Beyond that maybe you could find a RWD 4 door or wagon on cheap. Think Buick Roadmaster with LT1. Or Caprice Classic. Etc. May be cheaper to insure and even more practical to drive, while still offering a reasonable amount of power and a decent power plant to work with.