what's next?

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  1. Jesse_Boyer

    Jesse_Boyer New Member

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    I'm curious...

    I expect a deposit on my '99 TT FRC C5 today. It was a fun car to build, but I simply get bored and want a change. So, i'm looking at other options. I've built turbo f-body's, TT C5's, direct-port C5's, and I'm thinking of building a Supra next. Love the looks, phenominal engineering, and unbeatable ability to hold their value.

    If it were you, what would you build next?
     
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    My av is so small you can't see it!
    A twin-turbo LS2 Topaz.
     
  3. Jesse_Boyer

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    classy... very classy.

    LS2/RX7 swap would be fun though. Or, if I wanted a huge project, the GTR kit car from www.factoryfive.com would be amazing.
     
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    Turbo GSX-R 1000!
     
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    along with a life ins. plan, that's a good idea. My girl would be set
     
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    LS2 NSX? :eek3: :noes:
     
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    not that it's impossible (with a sawzall/torch, I can make anything fit), just highly unlikely. Besides, i'm not a fan of the NSX style... just doesn't suit me.

    The GTR is probably the sexiest rear-engine car i could afford. Plus, you can BUILD it to your liking. It actually sounds like a project I'd love to complete.
     

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