After solving a lot of ifs, it might be. Like if the crank and rods are up to the task, if the block is up to the task, if the fuel system is up to the task, etc, etc,. Cheaper to just buy a Supra and crank on the boost.
My sentiments exactly. The Supra has a stable mate (in fact two stable mates, both tCs), but I wouldn't sell the Dawg to buy the Infiniti. It's just not in the same league. Few cars are. My next "fun" car will have a prancing horse on the hood...I might (only might) sell the Supra for that.Originally posted by basilisk4@Jul 28 2005, 08:12 PM
^^^ I've said this already, but there is no world in which I would take a G35 over a tC. I don't think that means I'm "flaming" the G35 -- I just don't happen to like it. I just wanted to point out that not everyone likes the same thing.
Now, make it a brand-new MkIV Supra TT or an Aston-Martin V12 Vanquish, and bye-bye tC!(Actually, I'd still probably keep the tC as a daily driver, but you get the idea.)