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    Thanks Jeff. This is great. I always love playing around with the build your own feature. I did the ZR1 with the current features of my 3LT Z51 and no performance package and it came to $139,660. Did the same thing with the Z06 and it was $100,695. When I did my Z51, it was $80,065.

    I am disappointed that Chevy doesn't just include the 3ZR package as a standard for the ZR1 instead of trying to up sell their 1ZR trim package. For the top of the line model, it would actually be a little more "affordable" since there is a $10,00 difference between the two offered trim levels.

    Maybe just out of touch for a car that will depreciate by nearly half in 4 to 5 years. Slap a wing, new hood and a higher level supercharger on the Z06 and you essentially recreate the ZR1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fireeagle View Post
    Thanks Jeff. This is great. I always love playing around with the build your own feature. I did the ZR1 with the current features of my 3LT Z51 and no performance package and it came to $139,660. Did the same thing with the Z06 and it was $100,695. When I did my Z51, it was $80,065.

    I am disappointed that Chevy doesn't just include the 3ZR package as a standard for the ZR1 instead of trying to up sell their 1ZR trim package. For the top of the line model, it would actually be a little more "affordable" since there is a $10,00 difference between the two offered trim levels.

    Maybe just out of touch for a car that will depreciate by nearly half in 4 to 5 years. Slap a wing, new hood and a higher level supercharger on the Z06 and you essentially recreate the ZR1.
    I think there are people who prefer the 1ZR trim level, not because of cost, but because of weight savings.
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    I got off cheap , $64,010.00 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdslon01 View Post
    I think there are people who prefer the 1ZR trim level, not because of cost, but because of weight savings.
    Good point Rodney. For those that will track the ZR1, it would make sense if there is a significant weight difference. For me, I like power and luxury
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eugene Onegin View Post
    I got off cheap , $64,010.00 .
    Eugene, I will assume that was the base Stingray you did or a Base with the Z51 performance package?

    I currently have a 3LT trim package with the Z51 so when I did my 3 comparisons, it was funny how the interior looked exactly the same on all 3... probably as it should be. Except for the steering wheel, all 3 looked exactly like my current Stingray which actually made me feel good in a way.
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