Recently at a coffee shop at a fairly wealthy section of town I met two gentlemen of leisure one was driving a Ferrari and the other a new Porsche and they both very much liked to their automobiles obviously. There seemed to be a friendly debate over which car was the best car and as I joined in the conversation, I was intrigued with this line of thought; Who Makes the Better Automobile?
So the conversation was Ferrari VS Porsche and they talked back and forth about speed, handling, fuel consumption and whose vehicle was in the shop the most; basically they were asking between Ferrari and Porsche; Who Makes the Better Automobile?
I could not help but say Chevrolet. The Chevrolet Corvette is by far better than both of their cars in handling, maintenance, stopping distance and more than comparable in acceleration, which of course for me is the key to a sports car.
Well, neither of them like this idea because they had paid way too much for their cars. And I guess I understand why they were defending their positions. Nevertheless, as the conversation progressed by said fine; the Chevrolet Corvette Callaway conversion and then they shut up.
Because the Chevrolet Corvette Callaway conversion blows the doors off both Ferrari and Porsche and it is made in the United States and it costs much less than either of their cars. In this discourse of course I was into performance; can you say; SEE YA! Considered as a 2006.