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I'm really excited about getting a Lightning and reserved early enough that I do expect to get one this calander year. This isn't my first truck but I have owned three Corvettes in my younger days (65,78,85). I just priced out a new 2022 Vette for $71k, about 9k less than a Lariat Lightning. Yikes!!!! Are we all nuts?
 

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I'm really excited about getting a Lightning and reserved early enough that I do expect to get one this calander year. This isn't my first truck but I have owned three Corvettes in my younger days (65,78,85). I just priced out a new 2022 Vette for $71k, about 9k less than a Lariat Lightning. Yikes!!!! Are we all nuts?
Considering I can't use a Corvette to tow my travel trailer, carry a load of kayaks down a rutted, rocky excuse for a road, or load up all my hunting gear for the the season, I don't feel nuts at all!

Besides, once I replace my truck I'm completely gasoline-free. Can't say that about a Corvette, either.
 

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Considering I can't use a Corvette to tow my travel trailer, carry a load of kayaks down a rutted, rocky excuse for a road, or load up all my hunting gear for the the season, I don't feel nuts at all!

Besides, once I replace my truck I'm completely gasoline-free. Can't say that about a Corvette, either.
.... and there's that
 
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