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High-Powered Sports Car survey?

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Location
Lilburn GA
Corvette
2002 Yellow Z06 (sold); 1999 Pewter FRC (sold)
I got a letter in the mail the other day from MORPACE international. It wanted me to participate in an online survey about a future high powered sports car (I guess because I bought my z06 this year?).
It wanted to know what features I would looking for, and at what price. The features included:
  • horsepower & torque: from 400/400 up to 500/500
  • convertible vs coupe, or soft top w/ optional hard top
  • front suspension: struts vs enhanced struts vs double wishbone
  • rear suspension: solid axle vs independent
  • transmission: 6 spd vs automatic 6 spd vs automatic 6spd w/manual override
  • sound system: premium w/ MP3 vs upgraded & satellite radio options
There may have been other features but I forget...
Then I had to go through 15 scenarios, each with the same 4 cars at different price points. I had to select which car I would pick given the alternatives & prices. In each case the 4 cars were a Viper, a Corvette, a BMW M3, and a Mustang Cobra. In all cases the Mustang was vastly cheaper than the other 3...

Did anyone else get this survey? Does anyone have any ideas where it might be coming from? Hubby thought it might be coming from Ford re the GT40; I thought it might be coming from Chevrolet regarding the C6.
I'm just curious.
 

99WhiteC5Coupe

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Joined
Jan 19, 2002
Messages
293
Location
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Corvette
1999 White Coupe
MrsSchroder,

I received the survey notice via US mail and took the survey via the web site.

After taking the survey, I thought it did not ask very many questions and really didn't ask relevant questions regarding a variety of areas for a sports car.
 

JBsC5

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Joined
Nov 28, 2001
Messages
1,219
Location
Northern NJ
Could be from ford market research as the new 2004.5 40th anniversary new evolution of the Mustang is supposed to hit..

Should be quite an attractive package to consider..

Maybe this survey is in some way connected?
 

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