Now that the dust has settled, what was objectively the best sports car of the 90's?
whats the retail on one of those? :^)
More then you can afford, pal. ($55k-100k depending on condition)
>Now that the dust has settled, what was the objective answer to a subjective question?
But probably this, yeah; >>14243807
Light, affordable (for what it was), huge aftermarket (even still), fast.
This is the correct answer
Everything else is wrong and terrible.
The only reason people like the Rx7 is because it had a unique engine and it was cheap for what it was.
But in all fairness. It wasn't the best sports car of the 90's. Not by a long shot.
There are a ton of cars far better than the Rx7. At best it's a cult classic.
My votes goes for the Speed 12. Faster 0-60 than the F1. Looked great, and head style. Even if it tried to kill you whenever you touched the throttle.
You know in your heart that it's true.
>fun to drive
It checks literally every box. This is without a doubt the best sports car of the 90s.
>not wanting to shoot bald eagles out of your ass and nuke chinks and sand niggers in your spare time
It's almost like you hate freedom
Snek gets honorary mention because it kills liberals and europoors who can't deal
It turns great if you aren't a feminized pussy who can't into basic car control
It's pretty much the complete opposite of a nissan gtr.
>Light fast car with no driver aids
>pig fat slow car with more aids than the entire continent of africa.
4.9 is quick dude. Most of the cars faster than it are also renowned for being very quick.
I like the Toyota Supra. Solid frame that doesn't rust and a really good engine that doesn't need too much upgrade to be decent and powerful.
I also have a soft spot for the Rx7 though it's not nearly as reliable a vehicle.
TVR is about as relevant as Austin Healy or Studebaker
Makes even more sense.
Still a slow car pretending to be fast.
Why don't you go back in the corner with all three of the other Rx7 fans an have a good Wankle over your shitty cars.
Oh that's right. You can't you don't have a piston.
Except the RX7 isn't slow.
Sorry. I speak English not American.
Objectively speaking. A Porsche 996 was better than an Rx7 and pretty much anything else in this thread. Perfect mix of, speed, not to cheap, not to expensive, handling, fun factor, uniqueness in it's engine layout and looks.
Objectively, taking all factors into account. It's true.
I agree with this guy. Either that or the SL500.
I genuinely can't believe people are saying the Rx7. Yeah I mean sure it's a good car, but best of the entire decade? Seriously how autistic is this board?
It's got to be the F1.
Then if we're talking sports car only, then the Rx7 still isn't the best, and miles from it. It's a good car, but not the best.
Maybe the Supra for all round ability. But for me personally. It has to be the Lister-Jaguar Le Mans XJS.
>he doesn't know about 90s Jaguar reliability
Lel, the XJ220 was the best senpai. You can work on it yourself, it's a twin turbo V6 with not a whole lot of fuckery
Inb4 Lucas electrical... it was nippon Denso and ford
The euro spec E36 M3 is a much faster and better car than the RX7.
Have you ever even watched best motoring? FD annihilates everything.
Educate yourself ya damn cacs
>actually suggesting a Jaguar xjs
Now I know you are just trolling me with that barge
No one is saying the Rx7 is a bad car. Just it's not the best sports car of the 90's.
But we are saying that it seems the 3 or 4 edge lords that are obsessed with the Rx7 on these boards are clearly autistic for over zealously acting like the car is without fault and should be crowned best of all.
Because being honest with ourselves here. Yeah a Wankel is an interesting engine, but honestly, it doesn't make a car special.
Glorious F Body.
Anyone who says otherwise is a nippon cuck or a yuropoor faggot.
F body is THE best platform for any car to date! Had THE best Ford V8 and is still to this day one of THE most fun cars to drive period.
inb4 drag racing is considered a sport or needing skill
I own a foxbody. Your bait is weak as fuck. Try being more subtle next time.