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I'd probably be bankrupted and divorced if I did that. However if this AD-A become reality, then I would try to swing it. Maybe I should back out of my order now just in case...
oh come on gr, i won't believe you "only" have liquid asset of 800k and spending half of it on the lfa. stop being humble
but on the other hand, i guess they just need to make sure the ad-a doesn't cost twice as much as the regular lfa. if that's the case and if they are willing to tell you more info now, i say you should consider
on the other hand though, you said if you give up your allocation in canada now, someone will scoop that up like that. but if you do that now and they end up not doing ad-a, that means you will have no choice but get one of the lfa already built and available in the US (assume all sold by then)? i would think you lose a lot of specific customizations that you like
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Yes, I drove it. The great feeling of boiling blood.
Rominl was right, the first part was that I gave Lexus the green light to go ahead with the new buyer. Since I had inquired about switching to an US LFA a couple of weeks back, the buyer was ready to go. I guess now I am risking not being able to get the right color combination if I had to go after a resale unit. AD-A or bust, are you listening Lexus ?
I did also try to pry some info on the AD-A without success.
S2000, I'd never planned on taking advantage of that verbal offer made a couple of years ago anyways.
Lexusenthusiast.com is reporting no official plans for an LFA special edition.
“These LFA units spotted at Nürburgring are one-off vehicles developed by the TMC technical division, and are currently being tested for technical purposes only,” Etienne Plas, senior manager of product communications for Lexus Europe, told me via email, “We have no plans to produce and sell any new special edition of the LFA.”