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    Really nice looking car. I got to drive one at the Pirelli World Challenge on the Circuit of the Americas track in Austin and it handles really nice. Plenty of power too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by onalaska View Post
    Really nice looking car. I got to drive one at the Pirelli World Challenge on the Circuit of the Americas track in Austin and it handles really nice. Plenty of power too!
    It also has a nice "feel" when you're driving the car-a tight and solid feel. Plenty of power...sure but if I end up keeping it in 2019 when the ATS may be up for a design change assuming I don't like it, I'll keep this one and have a cold-air intake installed and have it dyno-tuned.

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