Originally Posted by MaxL
Haha, good one - if I had the stable you have, I'd also look for a car that's different and special in any particular way rather than moderately good at most things. You are in a position to buy cars for their quirks and character rather than for versatility or lack of faults. From this perspective, GT500 is definitely more special then M3.
Agreed - if I had the means to own hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of cars, I'd have a GT500 too, as well as GT-R, Aston Martin, a few Porsches, a couple of Lotus, etc. Not knocking the GT-500 or any other car. I just think too many people base a purchase decision on 0-60, qtr mile time, or hp numbers. There's a lot more to a car than that.