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I bought a new RX8 after having approximately 15 minutes experience driving stick, I taught my wife on that car, and auto crossed it. So that clutch had quite a bit of abuse. Was still fine at 100k when the rotary went. The notion that the cluch is a normal wear item like brakes, tires, batteries, etc is pretty… » 8/20/14 3:42pm Today 3:42pm

$68k for a 4c?!?!?!?! That is insane. Lotus had a hard enough time finding people to buy an Elise for $20k less than that. (And managed to sell only 60 260 HP Exiges in the USA over 3 years for the same money) I wish you luck Alfa, but dont go complaining that American don't want your cars with a price like this. » 8/20/14 10:32am Today 10:32am

I own an Elise, and I'll be the first to admit I am a little Lotus obsessed. But I'm going to have to say CP on this one. Even though the K24 is the darling of the internet, it doesn't offer enough of an upgrade over the similar 2zz. I know it's supercharged, but you can stick a lotus blower on the stock unit. So… » 8/18/14 8:28am Monday 8:28am

It's usually quite the opposite, clean and stock, or unmolested, is what is worth the most money. Modifying your car actually reduces the value. Contrary, there is a term know as "tastefully modified". The seller uses this when they want you to know that the car is no longer stock, yet none of the modifications are… » 8/14/14 3:19pm 8/14/14 3:19pm