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I think you should buy two. One each...Ha HA! Seriously I think from what I read and listened too, the LM's are more sporty and handle better with EM being more a Nostalgia thing or some connection like that. No help with your queston though.mart wrote:I was hoping this thread would help me decide which type to buy.....but it hasnt.....I like both in coupe form, and I agree that fitting the right wheels makes a lot of difference to the looks , but does anyone know how to make an LM fitch sprint look good? That roof is a no-no....and Yenko side glass cover is no better.... why spoil such perfect lines for the sake of change?
1962 Spyder convert
Gotta say, I really like having one early and one late in the garage =)
66 Corsa 140 coupe
65 Corsa 180 Turbocharged coupe
64 Monza Convertible
61 Air conditioned Monza coupe (Missy's)
See them here: https://tinyurl.com/ydc7txrf
Early models had more of a variety of body styles and were classier looking, even the sedans and wagons had a classy and more upscale look to them.
The later model sedans look odd to me, but they handle better and the coupes and convertibles are downright sexy...