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Fitment -VS- Function

Im sure fitment vs function should probably be a separate thread in a separate place, but since i'm kind of directing this towards a company with a specific line of cars it goes here.

What is your opinions on Liberty Walk and what they are doing with these supercars?



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I think it looks really good, but i cant justify spending 300k for a car for stance.

Now is your turn to debate this, would you do this to a 458?


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If I buy a Ferrari, it's for me and to drive; not for some 20 year old boys to drool over lol

That's my feeling about it. I think they look cool yes, but it's just a showcar to me, for a shop or whatever; it's a marketing piece, not something you'd actually drive.

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It really does look nice. Its great seeing a sporty car being flush with the ground like that, looks real aggressive. But I personally would make that car perform the best it could, meaning I would need space for suspension travel. So I would go as low as possible without hindering performance, and I'm pretty sure stock it already comes like that.
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I would agree, if a buy a Ferrari or Lambo its for me to drive and go around a corner or in a straight line like it was meant to. If you wanted young kids to drool over looks, you are better off buying a kit car.

Drive the things like for what they were engineered for - speed.


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Ferraris are designed to get women...making it look more appealing for people in their 20s = getting younger women...very few people buy super cars only for the performance aspects....I personally wouldn't want it stock or otherwise...where the hell am I going to drive / park that and not have anxiety about it getting dinged/stolen/etc.


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Looks great, but if you can't drive it anywhere then it is not a car and is therefor pointless.


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