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Discussion in 'American Muscle' started by zjpj, Jun 4, 2004.
ewwww? Rather WHOA!!!
But 300 grands? I'll pass on, thank you. Nice piece of american supercar history!
edit - from the same guys, I'd rather have these : http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2248403232&sspagename=MERC_VI ... WOOOHOOO!!!
As for the car: fast as hell, but those looks never did it for me
Edit: and it had a three speed automatic transmission, I believe.
LMAO.A vector or a Playboy party.Unreal.That Vector is WAY overpriced,but cool nontheless.
Actually, I preferred the softer edges of this WX-3 over the "regular" (if you could call such a car like this) Vector.
I remember seeing this very same car at a car show in Las Vegas in 1992. I can tell you all, that it was in a pearl white colour and it just made it look stunning. With the softer edges of the body and this paint, the car just came alive. Always loved the military, computer dash board.
I also find it funny, that back then, they had such a hard time selling a $700K car like this, that they went bust, whereas today, a car costing that much like a McLaren or an Enzo and there's people lined-up at the factory gates wanting one... I guess having an established name really does have value...
Z0RR0, a bit of trivia for you: Did you realise that John Scotti was an official dealer for Vector? I don't think they ever delivered a car, but its kind-of neat that one of the business cards I have from them shows the Vector logo on it.
Are these the cars that caught on fire all the time?