Seems a little pricey when RM sold a street Peugeot 205 T16 for around half that in their London sale last month. Still guess if you really want one of these and have the means it might be a while before another one comes up. » 10/17/14 5:00pm Friday 5:00pm

Ditching the experimental turbo BS the question is $4,800 a reasonable price for a complete but rough 79 Vette. Quick look at Hemmings put reasonable to good ones between asking prices of $9,000 -$16,000 . If the car is solid as described and has clean title then it's marginal NP enough to go and inspect if I was in… » 10/16/14 8:26am 10/16/14 8:26am

9g is a sustained G force on the body the 92G would be instantaneous force. I believe there have been higher G loads recorded in F1 and Indycar accidents than this but the were for rear end impacts and distributed through the car rather than directly on the driver as appears to have been the case here :( . Forza Jules » 10/14/14 11:01am 10/14/14 11:01am

Considering the runs were on different days with different ambient temperatures etc, any comparison would be meaningless (bit like the TG power laps). Also the Autocar video was also disappointing as they only showed one run. Surely at least a best of three was needed to form any scientific comparison. » 10/14/14 9:02am 10/14/14 9:02am

Going by this period road test the AMC Javelin 390 SST was the pick of 'Pony' cars for handling in 1970 road test from Car & Driver? Presumably the shorter wheel base AMX would have been even better or is that classified as a sports car I'm never quite sure? http://www.caranddriver.com/comparisons/am... » 10/13/14 11:46am 10/13/14 11:46am

F70 would also be incorrect The F40 and F50 were so named to reflect the 40th and 50th anniversary of Ferrari coming into existence, so to follow that convention it would be the F66. Also it's mostly forgotten that the 2009 Ferrari F1 car was named the F60 to reflect Ferrari's 60th year in F1. » 10/13/14 11:29am 10/13/14 11:29am