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  • Lucky Dawg
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    Originally posted by sdcat View Post
    I've had both, and would still choose the Caterham. It's not for everyone (unfortunate, since originally it was supposed to be a low cost sports car). But of all the cars I have driven on track, the Caterham is by far the most fun!

    Justin
    I have also had both (a C5). The Caterham is more fun on the street too, once you accept a few limitations that are a necessary part of the it's character.
    Last edited by Lucky Dawg; October 2, 2014, 09:30 PM.

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  • sdcat
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    I've had both, and would still choose the Caterham. It's not for everyone (unfortunate, since originally it was supposed to be a low cost sports car). But of all the cars I have driven on track, the Caterham is by far the most fun!

    Justin

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  • Lucky Dawg
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    BCS - What did you decide, Caterham or Corvette?

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  • Nick@Hillbankusa
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    Originally posted by moosetestbestanden View Post
    I *think* the CSR was ordered before the change.
    Yes that CSR was ordered before the change.

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  • moosetestbestanden
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    Originally posted by TurboWood View Post
    It's hard to understand how a 480 roller to Hillbank is more expensive than a CSR kit purchased from Beachman (both sans engine/tranny).

    Daniel
    I *think* the CSR was ordered before the change.

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  • TurboWood
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    It's hard to understand how a 480 roller to Hillbank is more expensive than a CSR kit purchased from Beachman (both sans engine/tranny).

    Daniel

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  • magnusfeuer
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    Hillbank breaks down the cost structure:

    http://www.hillbankusa.com/car/2014-...80-convertible

    Nosebleed expensive, though.

    /Magnus F.

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  • Sean
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    Maybe you already know this, but dealer advertised pricing in the U.S.A. now typically excludes engine and gearbox.

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  • BCS
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    Originally posted by Lucky Dawg View Post
    If interested in a new CSR, you might want to check this http://www.usa7s.com/vb/showthread.php?t=9661
    Hi, thanks for the link, I'll give them a call.

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  • Lucky Dawg
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    If interested in a new CSR, you might want to check this http://www.usa7s.com/vb/showthread.php?t=9661

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  • BCS
    started a topic Questions....

    Questions....

    Hi All,

    Have been looking for a sports car for a few months now and I agree with some of the posts about prices for the "new" models.

    How does Caterham justify the difference in pricing between the UK and USA? Quantity I guess, but demand is elastic with price....

    Will they export a UK model to the US or are there homologation differences (real ones not BS)

    I saw a 480 (silver & black) being advertised by Caterham USA, is it worth $78k?

    Thanks all, its either that or a new 2015 Vette......Not as purist I know but looks a lot better value
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