Originally Posted by jbass524
Don't get me wrong, the 335 introduced me to the track and I learned a ton. You can just get to a point in your driving where you either truly build the 335 or move onto something else. Your financial situation plays a giant part in that decision.
I'm currently happy, cuz I wanted a compromise. You are right, in that I spent a small fortune on my car, before it was track worthy, but luckily, the track was not my only reason for buying it. I needed 4 doors, RWD, high torque, and good highway gas mileage. I also needed a car I could track occasionally. My next setup would probably be a C6 vette, for the track, and a beater civic for the winter.
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