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It’s a Rich person class vehicle.. better off getting a Nissan GT-R
that’s not a great solution though.
For one, you wouldn’t be getting a Mustang.
two, you’d not be getting a v8.
and third, you’d be getting a hideous looking car.

the GTD looks better, sounds better, but costs a stupid amount of money.

the gtr is way overpriced as well, but not to this degree.

I’m still waiting to see what the performance of the GTD IS.

FOR THAT KIND OF money, it should have twin turbos and handle like nothing else.

The two things the Gtr had going for it were the all wheel drive and the DCT. Outside of that, it’s not that special.

You’d be better off getting the latest GT500 or a c8 zo6.
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it’s not that special
how DARE you, sir! It's JDM, We all must worship at the alter of JDM.

Granted I'd love to get my hands on a Skyline GT circa 1983 and a 2-tone twin-turbo Toyota Celica of similar vintage. Simply because those were my favorite cars in grade school. And every Sunday I would stare longingly across the street at the Nissan dealership from my booth in Denny's.
 

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how DARE you, sir! It's JDM, We all must worship at the alter of JDM.

Granted I'd love to get my hands on a Skyline GT circa 1983 and a 2-tone twin-turbo Toyota Celica of similar vintage. Simply because those were my favorite cars in grade school. And every Sunday I would stare longingly across the street at the Nissan dealership from my booth in Denny's.
😢 metric. Gimme good ole American hp in cubic inches
 

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I've seen a report somewhere (sorry, I looked for it but can't find it) that Ford is considering expanding production because of high interest past the original 2000 they anticipated.

I've also seen upwards of $400,000 fully-optioned.

If they can get that volume more power to them, but man, that's a lot of really expensive cars.
It would be so awesome if they would make a "normal guy" version with no carbon, smaller or no wing and a Coyote powerplant with a manual transaxle. Even though I realize it would still be really expensive, I would seriously consider buying.

I think they could sell volumes of something like that.
 

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It would be so awesome if they would make a "normal guy" version with no carbon, smaller or no wing and a Coyote powerplant with a manual transaxle. Even though I realize it would still be really expensive, I would seriously consider buying.

I think they could sell volumes of something like that.
I'd settle for a Manual in the next GT500.
 


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I did a total 180 on this thing.

Since I've held off on the S650 and can't find anything on the market that appeals to me at the moment, I ended up investing in a sim rig. Got hooked on Assetto Corsa Competizione and am now a diehard GT3 car fan. And now I realize that this GTD is the closest thing to owninga road-going GT3-esque car in like, an extremely long time.

This is immediately one of the coolest fucking things in the world imo.
 

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Got an email today. Still have a chance
 

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Did they release the weight specs of the car and what tires/sizes it comes with? Whats the wheel spec too, are the wheels like magnesium? Is there a center lock option?

300k is tough a pill even if it is limited production. This car would have been even more awesome if it was available in manual.
 

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Did they release the weight specs of the car and what tires/sizes it comes with? Whats the wheel spec too, are the wheels like magnesium? Is there a center lock option?

300k is tough a pill even if it is limited production. This car would have been even more awesome if it was available in manual.
shits expensive to make (and profit off of)
carbon fiber body, forged magnesium wheels, GT spec tansaxle transmission, active aero components, pushrod suspension. this aint a sunday funday pony car, this is Fords attempt to strike at the automotive icons like the GT3RS or AMG black series. they even said so themselves

as for your question: Forged magnesium wheels running 325 front 345 rear Cup 2 Rs
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