'HotWheels' Blog Comments http://www.hotwheelsblog.com Your Wheels — Our Stuff! en Tue, 07 Nov 2006 19:27:08 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=1.2.2 by: David http://www.hotwheelsblog.com/index.php?p=24#comments Sat, 12 Mar 2005 01:08:30 -0500 19:24@http://www.hotwheelsblog.com This car is amazing. For the past 20 years I disdained all that horrible looking Pontiac plastic cladding seen on so many of their cars. This is the complete opposite. There is something mysteriously beautiful about this one. I haven\’t seen such a looker by anyone in a long long time. This car is amazing. For the past 20 years I disdained all that horrible looking Pontiac plastic cladding seen on so many of their cars. This is the complete opposite. There is something mysteriously beautiful about this one. I haven\’t seen such a looker by anyone in a long long time.

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by: David Pfeifer http://www.hotwheelsblog.com/index.php?p=15#comments Wed, 09 Mar 2005 11:34:04 -0500 18:15@http://www.hotwheelsblog.com If you get on Chrysler\’s site, it says the base price is $42,095. Good luck getting it for that. The proud Chrysler dealers were going over sticker on the 300C\’s. My guess is the SRT8\’s will be closer to 50K when all is said and done. If you get on Chrysler\’s site, it says the base price is $42,095. Good luck getting it for that. The proud Chrysler dealers were going over sticker on the 300C\’s. My guess is the SRT8\’s will be closer to 50K when all is said and done.

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by: David Pfeifer http://www.hotwheelsblog.com/index.php?p=4#comments Wed, 09 Mar 2005 11:23:49 -0500 17:4@http://www.hotwheelsblog.com As an owner of a CTS-V, I can say that Cadillac is indeed back in the game with the Germans in sport sedans. The CTS-V can run with the M cars and the CLK55 AMG. It\’s the combination of power, handling, looks and comfort in four door sedan that can flat out fly that clearly states Cadillac is back with a vengeance. The V Series has convinced me that, not only are they back in the game, they\’re looking at their German counterparts in the V\’s rear view mirror. Can\’t wait for Cadillac to put the LS-7 motor in the CTS-V in \’07!! I\’ll be the first in line. Wishful thinking?? As an owner of a CTS-V, I can say that Cadillac is indeed back in the game with the Germans in sport sedans. The CTS-V can run with the M cars and the CLK55 AMG. It\’s the combination of power, handling, looks and comfort in four door sedan that can flat out fly that clearly states Cadillac is back with a vengeance. The V Series has convinced me that, not only are they back in the game, they\’re looking at their German counterparts in the V\’s rear view mirror. Can\’t wait for Cadillac to put the LS-7 motor in the CTS-V in \’07!! I\’ll be the first in line. Wishful thinking??

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by: David Pfeifer http://www.hotwheelsblog.com/index.php?p=6#comments Wed, 09 Mar 2005 11:13:25 -0500 16:6@http://www.hotwheelsblog.com CTS-V….hands down. Comfort, performance, looks, handling….and more performance. I am a totally biased owner of one, but it\’s the best car I\’ve ever owned…..period. CTS-V….hands down. Comfort, performance, looks, handling….and more performance. I am a totally biased owner of one, but it\’s the best car I\’ve ever owned…..period.

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by: mike g http://www.hotwheelsblog.com/index.php?p=24#comments Sat, 05 Mar 2005 07:45:13 -0500 15:24@http://www.hotwheelsblog.com when will an automatic be available? Would like to place order NOW. when will an automatic be available? Would like to place order NOW.

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by: Roy Cullen http://www.hotwheelsblog.com/index.php?p=22#comments Tue, 01 Mar 2005 09:26:13 -0500 14:22@http://www.hotwheelsblog.com I just love what you have done for the industry. I just love what you have done for the industry.

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by: Roy Cullen http://www.hotwheelsblog.com/index.php?p=22#comments Tue, 01 Mar 2005 09:25:16 -0500 13:22@http://www.hotwheelsblog.com I have always loved the 1962 - 1967 Chevy Nova\’s. I recently built a 1964 Nova SS with a 400 plus horsepower 383 small block V-8 with a manuel valve body 350 tranny and 4:56 12 bolt rear. The car is a blast to drive and at stop lights I love to make fools out of the Vipers and new Corvettes. My car has a fiberglass front end and trunk deck and weighs just over a ton. I have always loved the 1962 - 1967 Chevy Nova\’s. I recently built a 1964 Nova SS with a 400 plus horsepower 383 small block V-8 with a manuel valve body 350 tranny and 4:56 12 bolt rear. The car is a blast to drive and at stop lights I love to make fools out of the Vipers and new Corvettes. My car has a fiberglass front end and trunk deck and weighs just over a ton.

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by: arnold grimaldi http://www.hotwheelsblog.com/index.php?p=24#comments Thu, 24 Feb 2005 22:38:56 -0500 6:24@http://www.hotwheelsblog.com best of luck with the pontiac sol and saturn sky….they will fly out the door, we need more of this type of design…..get bold……don\’t know which i will choose. best of luck with the pontiac sol and saturn sky….they will fly out the door, we need more of this type of design…..get bold……don\’t know which i will choose.

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by: John McPherson http://www.hotwheelsblog.com/index.php?p=24#comments Thu, 24 Feb 2005 04:17:16 -0500 5:24@http://www.hotwheelsblog.com Bob, even strippers (look at Scions) come with air conditioning these days, are you counting the 2-55 air as meeting the requirement? Bob, even strippers (look at Scions) come with air conditioning these days, are you counting the 2-55 air as meeting the requirement?

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by: Luca Lizzeri http://www.hotwheelsblog.com/index.php?p=7#comments Wed, 16 Feb 2005 03:13:01 -0500 4:7@http://www.hotwheelsblog.com A decision about that might come as soon as today: get Maserati back from Ferrari and do a Ferrari IPO, to satisfy Mediobanca, then form a sporting luxury division with Maserati and Alfa Romeo. A decision about that might come as soon as today: get Maserati back from Ferrari and do a Ferrari IPO, to satisfy Mediobanca, then form a sporting luxury division with Maserati and Alfa Romeo.

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