JBsZ06 said:Crusing down the highway the other day I spotted a yellow C5 vert and it was sharp as hell.
Later on down the same highway I came along a silver C6 coupe..
Dam if it too wasn't also a fine looking machine.
Both great cars.
IMHO...the differences are both dramatic yet evolutionary..
How could we not like both.
Sure we may not like the C6 enough to drop tens of thousands of dollars but still....The cars very evolutionary in design.
Makes sense to me. The C5 - C6 transition reminds me of the C2 - C3 transition with respect to certain stylistic elements. But that's just my personal opinion.Jagrmaister said:I still feel the C5 styling is more pleasing aesthetically and ahead of its time in terms of development at GM...If that makes sense.
I own a 72 warbonnet coupe L48 with Turbo 400 tranny as well for over 32 years. I feel that the C2 and C3 generations are really not separate considering that the frame and running gear carried forward without major change from '63 to the very end for '82. Underneath the body, its the same car. IMHO, there are more changes in parts between C5 and C6.vant said:Makes sense to me. The C5 - C6 transition reminds me of the C2 - C3 transition with respect to certain stylistic elements. But that's just my personal opinion.
:lol: :lol: OMG Too Funny...A C6 looking down on a C5 or C5Z...I am with the guy that said all vetts are nice to look at but some more than others for different reasonsRC45 said:BEsides Garrett's, I have only seen one other C6 in the wild in Houston - and looked the guy right in the eye, smiled and waved ---
And nada.. just a dirty look...
So - either the C6 is being swallowed up by the snobs - or the C6's are looking down on us already...