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who here actually plans on buying an ft-1?

just curious...

many of us would love to im sure. for me is depends on the price point. if it is in the 50-60k range ive been seeing, it would be do-able. i may have to sell one of my two fd's to pull it off.

so who all plans on getting one? what would it take for you to pull the trigger?
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its way too early to tell

we dont know the price yet. we dont know the specs.. the performance numbers. what it will really look like
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its way too early to tell

we dont know the price yet. we dont know the specs.. the performance numbers. what it will really look like
How it will look is my biggest concern at the moment, i know they will drop in a powertrain that will be suitable, some of their designs worry me about what they will do with future models
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just curious...

many of us would love to im sure. for me is depends on the price point. if it is in the 50-60k range ive been seeing, it would be do-able. i may have to sell one of my two fd's to pull it off.

so who all plans on getting one? what would it take for you to pull the trigger?
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If we see Supra priced at or below the C7 with a set of skills that knocks the vettes socks off, I'm in. Anything less and its C7 obviously. Although I am following the new Mustang GT350 very closely. With that new independant rear its going to be a tough choice, poor, poooooooor me. Literally, I'm going to be poor...
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As long as it keeps up to the looks and standards that we expect. I'm all in.
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As long as it keeps up to the looks and standards that we expect. I'm all in.
That is important along with performance and how well it stays true to the old supra which would be a bonus!
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As long as it keeps up to the looks and standards that we expect. I'm all in.
Well in that case, what are the standards we all expect??
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Well in that case, what are the standards we all expect??
For me it would come down to:
1. Keeping it as close as possible to the concept.
2. Must offer a true manual transmission
3. 2+2 seater
4. An I6 turbo engine (hopefully) or something that offers 320+HP
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For me it would come down to:
1. Keeping it as close as possible to the concept.
2. Must offer a true manual transmission
3. 2+2 seater
4. An I6 turbo engine (hopefully) or something that offers 320+HP
you'll probabaly get an MT as well as 2+2, but I think you might be disappointed on the I6 and concept styling..
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FD's.... <3... Takahashi Keisuke is that you
why yes it is


i love fd's too, but its a love & hate relationship...if you've owned one, you'd know why.
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