So, you’ve got $120,000 burning a hole in your pocket. It’s okay, we all do. But if you had to choose between the two, would you get a loaded Corvette ZR1, or a race-spec Formula Drift Corvette? Just say the Formula D model.
Considering the race car features roughly $90,000 in aftermarket parts, from top-of-the-line aftermarket engine components, to safety equipment, and suspension upgrades, the race-spec Corvette appears to be a bargain, as the seller claims it would cost some $230,000 to put such a car together from scratch. The list of upgrades and new parts is ridiculously long, but if you want to scroll through them on the official eBay listing, feel free.
For those of you that are interested, there’s 11 days and 23 hours left on the auction at the time of this writing. Note that the C6 drift car does come with a California title, though it is not street legal.