I first fell in love with the C3 with the L88 what is not to love. Except if you had to turn. Still a great looker. The C5 has it all great looks and it can even turn at high speeds. Now the C6 is much like the C5 only more so.
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Unlike the previous generations, one has to admit that the C5 set the styling standard for both the C6 and C7 platforms...no ifs or ands about it. I like them all (all generations)...not wild about the move to the Camaro rear lights on the new C7...but I guess I'll get use to it.
The C5 remains a very beautiful design as far as Corvettes go.
OK, the c6 has been out a while now, just wondering what the consensus is on which looks better, c5 or c6. Personally, I think they're both automotive perfection, but prefer the c5. I always used to wonder when I was in my 'teens why older people liked the looks of c4s or c3s better than a c5. Now I know why. The c5 is my generation's 'vette, and my first love, the first 'vette that I dreamed of.
Wow, this thread dates way back to 2005 and the poll said "You have already voted on this poll". And, I quoted WILL82 because thi sis one of my cool "SIGs" from back in the day! Hard to believe this thread started over 8 years ago....
I wonder if my vote would change at this point from C5 to a C6.
[QUOTE=GR8 WHITE;904305]I seen a photo of a WHITE C6 and it looked awesome. I was sitting on the fence, but the posted pic was awesome. Now, take that, and get RID of the glass hatch and make it an FRC (HINT HINT) it may become a hot item. I do not like the glass hatch. Looks like a whales azz. I am happy with my FRC, but I am starting off with 100 hp LESS. So, that makes a difference for me as well. I am not as heavy in the pocket as some of you. Remember, I am military and we are not in it for the money.....
After 8 years when I posted this thread, I am STILL serving, going on 24 years now, but now, I got me a C6 Z to round out the garage.
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