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Discussion in '2020+ Shelby GT500 Mustang' started by Yousuf Chaudhary, Oct 22, 2020.
If you daily a Urus, Surely you can afford a 2020 GT500z
Say what you like, OP is a cheesy troll. Here, doing nothing but cheesy troll work.
The photo of the Porsche he supposedly owns looks like a cropped photo. The watermark is partially there.
I'm south of Houston and live right near MSR Houston. If you are a member there we can go make some laps in each if you like. I have a CFTP GT500 to compare.
Don't make that mistake.
GT500 is forgettable. GT3RS is not
I've seen an Urus up close, and they live up to the 'exotic definition'; Rare + ugly. Dang, that thing is one shitty bubble mobile. Reminded me of a Tiguan with a body kit gone horribly wrong.
Better to have a Trackhawk if you need a speedy bubble.
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I saw a Urus the other day and all I could think of was Pontiac Aztek.
Not JRP but a lapping event by Drivetech I believe. The driver of the Ferrari was super nice and we had the best battles of the day together. Neither one of us were driving to crash but we were definitely carrying some speed.
Personally I would go for the 18 991.2 GT3 stick.
If your going to sell the RS eventually its not a big deal make the trade. Im thinking you will lose more money on the GT500 though. Is the RS a stepping stone to something better, it won't kill you to drive the GT500 for a year or so until that something better comes out.
Owning a GT three for me is a dream car. I grew up around a 65 356 and a 71 911 T, but I also grew up around Shelby GT 350s, 69 z28rs, 70 ss chevelle (ls6). I will happily settle for the turbo cobra in the garage as my career choice will never afford a GT3
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You only go around this world one time. Try as many cars as possible. I’m 47 years old and have had over 100 cars in my life. I never get tired of being behind the wheel of something new and different! Go for it! You can always buy another GT3.
Thats funny, I thought the same thing. I was behind one in traffic and thought it was super boring. I looked up the specs and apparently it is just a very expensive Cayenne.
Crazy to compare those 2 but honestly for more street than track use, I’d probably prefer the 500. More comfortable more power more mod potential. But if I’d visit a road course regularly then it’s the opposite opinion.
If you really DD a Urus and own a GT3 you surely can test drive or even fly to Vegas and rent a 500 for the day and contemplate it on your first class flight home.