Yes, Canadian. Pretty polarizing sound, excellent guitar work, perhaps the finest drummer to ever live (RIP Neil Peart), but Geddy Lee's voice has been compared to a cat getting electrocuted. 2112 is an incredible concept album with the 20 minute "Overture" taking the listener through a journey of sorts. Their song "The Trees" is quite fitting of the times that we presently live in, and songs like "The End" and "Witch Hunt" rank pretty high in my book as well.Rush aren’t they Canadian?
Never really listened to Rush music in Australia and have a similar sound to Journey.
Commander DanHere in Australia, prices for used VF V8s across all ranges have skyrocketed since the demise of Holden. There is currently no rwd/V8/sedan alternative available to the new car market so supply has gone to zero and demand has remained and will always increase over time. Although I could probably sell my Clubsport for double what I paid for it 5 years ago, there is no way I'll sell it.
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My thoughts exactly! Oh and it's 85k to start. Once you add a few options you are over 100k.The only replacement for me because of wife is a 4 door only one is a CT5 Blackwing with 669 Hp same engine on my corvette it’s at 650 HP but at 77 retired 85500 is a lot of money
Heck, there aren't many options. I did a build online and came up with ~$85k as the only options weren't anything I was interested in. Pretty loaded to start with. Just went to their website again though and can't find the configurator to build and price again. I think a color upgrade was the only real option I had.My thoughts exactly! Oh and it's 85k to start. Once you add a few options you are over 100k.
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Yo, it wasn't me I live in WA and have not participated in a Wollongong meet. You still got the VZ? Sounds like a beast!Commander Dan
I believe we have met at an SS owners meet a few years back near Woolongong at the top of the pass. I had a blue VZ SS 408 supercharged I wonder if you remember?
No my business partner now has the VZ ,so I still get hear it and see it. I have VE SSV sport wagon with LSA block heads with a blower friendly cam and trunnions upgrade , 2650 Harrop supercharger with interchiller tank. Craigs 800 hp 6L80E with Harrop tru Track 3.27 gears.Yo, it wasn't me I live in WA and have not participated in a Wollongong meet. You still got the VZ? Sounds like a beast!
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SRT/Trackhawk Jeep has been on my radar forever. But like the SS, they have always been absurdly high price wise compared to alternatives. But is there anything you've found that you actually dislike about the Jeep? We're on the second GC Altitude for the wife because we've enjoyed them that much. But whenever the market levels out, we will probably pull the trigger on an SRT or Trackhawk.I sometimes think about what I could do with the ~$38k from the proceeds in this crazy high market but I enjoy the car too much to sell. Besides, it's at a local detailer today finally getting paint correction, polish and ceramic coating.
I've been going through this dilemma with my 2018 Jeep SRT though. Values on those have also spiked and based on other asking prices, it looks like I could get $59k fairly quickly, especially considering I'll throw in the set of winter wheels/tires and extended warranty. I like the Jeep but I sold my trailer so no longer have a need to pull anything. I've been thinking of selling it now since I rarely drive it in the summer months and picking up a Mk8 Golf R when they come out. Decisions...
Our other car is a 2014 GC Overland. Not a firebreathing, fast Jeep, but it's a fantastic vehicle. The ZF 8 speed transmission works great and the paddle shifters make it pretty fun, though obviously not like a 6 speed manual. It's comfy, luxurious, has a quiet cabin, and rides great. Whenever I drive it after the SS I do regret not getting a faster Jeep 😁. The stereo (I think it might even be a step down from what you get in the SRT/Trackhawk) is worlds better than what we have in our SS's. I find the infotainment better/more useful as well. Back seat is slightly more cramped than our cars, in my opinion. Of course you know all this having your own, but wanted to throw my thoughts out for others who may be thinking the same thing.SRT/Trackhawk Jeep has been on my radar forever. But like the SS, they have always been absurdly high price wise compared to alternatives. But is there anything you've found that you actually dislike about the Jeep? We're on the second GC Altitude for the wife because we've enjoyed them that much. But whenever the market levels out, we will probably pull the trigger on an SRT or Trackhawk.