Originally Posted by JR3
Not a surprise at all. Its pretty much common sense.
Common sense? Guess that's something I lack. I would have thought that more people buying a track-oriented car would actually consider driving it on the track. Don't get me wrong, I get that many people buy the latest, greatest -- or buy something and lock it away in hopes that it will appreciate. I think those folks will be disappointed. Even though I love the Z/28, I'm not sure it will be collectible -- at least not within the time frame of a speculator...
Of course, since we have no way of knowing how many folks posting here will actually follow through on purchasing the car, I guess it remains to be seen. I plan on driving mine on track; if others don't that's their prerogative. More fun for me -- and less chances of being passed, I guess...