Corvette Z06

Posts, photos, and videos of my 2004 Corvette Z06 that I owned for less than a year. It saw more autocross than any other car I've owned except for the first 350z.

So what comes next?

Published Date 8/20/2008
Last Updated Sunday, January 05, 2014 11:53 AM

Now that the Corvette is pretty much sold, I will have it for a few more weeks, but John will get it some time after the Solo Nationals, I am trying to figure out what comes next?

I was thinking something along the lines of a used BMW barge, maybe a 5 or 7 Series, but Terec reminded me that I have to stick with the Z in whatever I purchase, so if I want a bimmer that pretty much leaves me to a Z3-4 or 8, and I really don't want a convertible.

Here's how my Z fetish has panned out since 2001.

1999 Camaro Z-28
2003 350Z
1973 240Z
1978 280Z
2005 Tahoe Z-71
2004 Corvette Z06

I still have the 240Z, and am not sure what it's fate will end up being, but what do I do for a daily driver? I would like something nice, comfy, has some power, but doesn't have to be a race car. What do you think I should do? It doesn't necessarily have to have a Z in it, but that would be cool too.

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