: Pics of my new V



kgb14
06-19-10, 04:05 PM
I have been wanting to purchase a CTS-V for a while, but the deals weren't quite right. The 0% put it over the top. Here is the new Beast!
http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e381/kgb1414/IMG_2665.jpg
http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e381/kgb1414/IMG_2661.jpg
http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e381/kgb1414/IMG_2667.jpg

The torque and power of this car is incredible! 2010 black/black/auto/recaros/polished wheels/suede steering wheel and shifter.:)

cbloveday
06-19-10, 06:57 PM
Nice V. Congrats and thanks for posting

WheelExecutives
06-19-10, 07:08 PM
Everytime I see the V, I want one more and more! :thumbsup:

mpouls1
06-19-10, 07:44 PM
Every time I park the car and walk away I always gotta turn around and take one more quick look.

Enjoy.

wfo
06-19-10, 08:42 PM
Congrats...you will love the V, as I love my 09 V...ok now, on picture one, can someone please tell me why the car in stock trim looks like a four wheel drive?

Hint: Look at the fender gap over the wheels, starting with the front.

ItsJustMyCaddy
06-19-10, 10:20 PM
The car settles a bit after some driving I believe (maybe I am just used to it). On occassion it will appear excessively high in the rear depending on the parking spot, but I love the rake, and it's not a sporty European sedan that should be slammed IMHO, it's one of the most formidable American Muscle creations of all time, and it looks the part. I wouldn't change a thing. When trailing the car, the higher sitting rear lets you clearly see the tire width (although more width would be nice) and the monster exhaust. Since this is the view that most cars will end up having, it works for me!!!

kgb14
06-19-10, 11:09 PM
Congrats...you will love the V, as I love my 09 V...ok now, on picture one, can someone please tell me why the car in stock trim looks like a four wheel drive?

Hint: Look at the fender gap over the wheels, starting with the front.

I love it already. The massive horsepower is almost intoxicating. Better than any of the Vettes I have owned and they were no slouches.

So far as the gap, it might be a bit large, but the 4 wheel drives have still got it beat.:yup::D
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