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    Thats pretty damn impressive to push that car through the air at 208. Not just HP, but some very good suspension and steering to get a brick like that stable at that speed...
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    Wonder how much they had invested in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivan dan View Post
    I'd take the Cuda EVERY day and Sundays over that Enzo.
    You did see how that cuda was literally falling apart, didnt you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Mcguinness View Post
    You did see how that cuda was literally falling apart, didnt you?
    I'm a Cuda fan and that thing is amazing but you are right, just think how it would look after another 10 or 20 passes.......the Enzo can do that all day long.

    Not counting resale...I bet they have well over 150k into that Cuda and after a few years on the road it is not going to sell for much compared to the Enzo which will only keep or increase it's value up over a million now a days.....

    If I had the dough I would still like to own the Cuda for the fun of it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaPaG View Post
    I'm a Cuda fan and that thing is amazing but you are right, just think how it would look after another 10 or 20 passes.......the Enzo can do that all day long.

    Not counting resale...I bet they have well over 150k into that Cuda and after a few years on the road it is not going to sell for much compared to the Enzo which will only keep or increase it's value up over a million now a days.....

    If I had the dough I would still like to own the Cuda for the fun of it....
    I know. And the driver had to stop running the cuda twice. One time he shook the fear out of him and got back in for another run. After the enzo ripped off a 218 he pulled a 208 out of his butt. But he was crapping his pants doing it.
    Meanwhile the guy in the enzo was sipping coffee on the high banking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Mcguinness View Post
    Ill take the Enzo.
    Yup or a Lambo...it's a Italian thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Mcguinness View Post
    You did see how that cuda was literally falling apart, didnt you?
    How often would you be doing 208 mph? NEVER!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivan dan View Post
    How often would you be doing 208 mph? NEVER!
    Is that a question or a statement?

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    With the Challenger doing like it is, I often wondered if Chrysler would do another Cuda...
    probably not with the poor financial outlook for them, but would be a cool thought.

    Ya never know

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    I wonder how it woluld last on a real highway ? I would take my chances and find out . Probley never get to 150 off the track

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Mcguinness View Post
    Is that a question or a statement?
    both

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivan dan View Post
    I'd take the Cuda EVERY day and Sundays over that Enzo.
    your nutz.....

    While that Cuda is bad to the bone your comparing a 1970 piece of steel with a huge motor and turbos to a 1 miliion dollar peice of art work. The enzo while not my favorite ferrari will always have a following and hold its value.

    Crash that cuda and see what happens at 180. That dip shit russian crashed a enzo at 180 and walked away.(technology/materials used are closer to the space shuttle than a car)

    I would take the enzo and sell it and then buy a gallardo,Z06 and that cuda

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    Quote Originally Posted by rschap1 View Post
    With the Challenger doing like it is, I often wondered if Chrysler would do another Cuda...
    probably not with the poor financial outlook for them, but would be a cool thought.

    Ya never know
    Not 100% positive about this, but I think the Cuda name went with Plymouth. Otherwise Chrysler would have done that instead of the Challenger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cole Trickle View Post
    your nutz.....

    While that Cuda is bad to the bone your comparing a 1970 piece of steel with a huge motor and turbos to a 1 miliion dollar peice of art work. The enzo while not my favorite ferrari will always have a following and hold its value.

    Crash that cuda and see what happens at 180. That dip shit russian crashed a enzo at 180 and walked away.(technology/materials used are closer to the space shuttle than a car)
    With all due respect, Ferraris have a tendency to split in half. If someone walked from a 180 crash in an Enzo, he is one lucky mofo

    BTW, I completely that while the Cuda is bad to the bone, I'd take the Enzo any day also.

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