#3 but i dont think youre the right man for that car.
additionally you have some bad taste....(1&2)
the more i think of it, dont buy a corrado, K Thanks!
Ive been looking around to purchase one of these vehicles and would like some opinions on whether it's a good deal or to (straight up run away). Any other info about these cars would be nice aswell such as (how often things usually go wrong, costs of repairs etc.) Thanks
these are the links to the 3 corrados ive been interested in.
3) member on here http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...93-Corrado-VR6
(i wouldn't want the air ride system.
Thanks anything is appreciated.
Green one with the Zender Kit is the best of the 3. Cleanest at least, nothing molded or shaved.
Blue One is a G60 Swap car, and unless a Donor Corrado was used for the swap, run far far away.
The Shaved one on Vortex is a total Vortex approved ride. Air Ride, and Flat Paint. Nothing like taking the easy way out on things.....I bet most people tell you to get that one.
I wouldn't buy either out of those personally but...
(molded) bodykit & InPro's
its a '94 (late-spec interior) and has cloth Recaros
91 VR = swap car (you can buy original VRs for that money)
bodykit & InPro's
airride (but you could sell that and go back to coilover)
shaved front bumper & ugly wheels
93,5 model (late-spec interior) with cloth Recaros
If you're looking at those then I guess your budget is on the high side - I think you should be able to find something better for that money
^^Preferences....I just don't like any green on Corrados...but they do say that people who choose green colour for their cars are characterized for the smartness
And are you sure its not molded? It look pretty molded to me
It does not look molded to me in the pics, I see the lines.
I chose green because I had no choice. Black or Silver would be my next 2 choices of OEM and Available. My car had so much else going for it (other than the dents, paint condition) Mostly Original, lots of intact items normally missing, E-Codes, and was a decent car with 126K Miles. $4,000.
Monster of a car now though.
Take your time and shop around. If you don't know much about these cars then either be prepared to learn, or find a good specialty mechanic and be willing to pay for it. Even if you do your own work you'll be putting a good amount of money into the car for parts to keep up on the maintenance. At the end of the day you're not spending Porsche money, but it's definitely not as cheap as a Civic or an 8 valve VW.