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Coquette Classic or Stirling GT or Coquette BlackFin or Casco


The First Hunter
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Which one do you like more?  

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  1. 1. Which one do you like more?

    • Coquette Classic
      17
    • Coquette BlackFin
      48
    • Casco
      26
    • Stirling GT
      93


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The First Hunter

So which one do you like more? (Performance wise or ...)

I personally like Stirling GT more! It may not be the best performance wise but it's the most classy one!

I also know that BlackFin is a muscle car!

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Stirling GT's actually got the best performance out of all...I think lol, but it definitely tops the sports classics class.

 

Still voted for the Coquette Classic cause vettes.

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Stirling GT is the best, it wins every category; it's the fastest, looks the best, handles the best, and most of all sounds the best. Oh did i mention it has gull-wing doors?

Don't forget to add stinger & monroe to the list of must haves for your classic garage! Here's half of one of my classic car collections.

 

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jollythecat

Topless Casco is the best looking classic imo, and I love driving it.

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emptyplayer

Stirling GT is my favourite followed my the Stinger GT and Monroe.

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Stirling and Monroe are currently my favorites.

 

The Stirling cheats by having the sexiest engine note out of them all, but I can never get over the Monroe's Miura hybrid.

 

Then come the Stinger GT, Casco, and JB 700.

Even with the useless stupid looking guns, the JB is still a good looking car.

 

I wish that fourth garage rumor were true though, so I could have all the classics...

 

I had a Coquette Classic, but it just looked too ugly to keep. Something about the way Rockstar styles their vettes... All the bad qualities and none of the good ones...

I did buy a Blackfin though.

It's okay, but if we ever get any better classics, it's being sold first.

Not to mention it's in the Muscle category...

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I'm gonna say casco. I have stirling gt, but it doesn't look as good as casco. Also i like cascos handling more

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Red Topless Casco (I badly want one) > Red Casco > Silver Stirling GT > Coquette BlackFin > Coquette Classic.

 

Casco for looks, Stirling GT for performance, and neither for the next two cars.

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I enjoy both new vehicles as there muscle not classic and I also just realised that mr incredible drives a Stirling gt :) yew

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Antigenetic

Not to mention it's in the Muscle category...

Yeah, that really bugs me aswell for some reason; not enough to make me sell the vehicle, but still an annoyance nonetheless.

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Antigenetic

Oops, double post.

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I have the two coquettes and the stirling gt and i enjoy all three. The casco looks nice but isnt my taste

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Gnocchi Flip Flops

The Casco looks like they gave up once they reached the rear. The Coquette Classic is a bit awkward. The Coquette Backfin is about as modern as the new Coquette. Now the Stirling GT is a well rounded looking car and an excellent performer. Kind of a super car of the 50's. Mind blowing looks, performance, and sounds. Nothing beats it. The Stinger GT doesn't even compare.

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I really can´t choose,I like them all.They along with Stinger and Pigalle are my favorite classic sport cars in GTA 5.

I wish R* would add these too:

 

 

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Hnnnngh

 

I came really close to buying a 944 three years ago...

Great condition too.

I regret not doing so every day.

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DontTry2Hard

I tend to fall in love with new stuff. I haven't driven the stirling. After reading this thread it appears I need to. But I love the blackfin. I love how heavy the tail is. So fun to drive.

 

For racing I've used the Casco since it came out and had little issue.

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Hnnnngh

 

I came really close to buying a 944 three years ago...

Great condition too.

I regret not doing so every day.

 

I know a guy whose dad has 944.I´m planning to buy 924,they are very cheap here in Croatia (I´ve seen a few of them in good condition for around 3000 euros).944 in good condition is usually around 7000 euros here.

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killahmatic

I don't have the casco but love them all, plus the Stinger. I do like both coquettes the most, but I'm not sure I could pick a favorite. Just depends on what I feel like driving that day. The Blackfin sure is a beautiful thing, though.

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ghostrider135

I have all the poll options I don't have a fave though, They all have good points and bad points.

 

Casco - Fast and handles well but understeers like a pig.

Sterling GT - Sounds unholy on overrun but the handling leaves alot to be desired.

Coquette Classic - Looks good from the back but the engine note is abit bland.

Coquette BlackFin - Looks good from the back too and the engine sounds good but its in the wrong class and is easily beaten on speed and acceleration by a Casco.

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Cannot be compared because they are in seperate classes. Imo the Casco shouldn't be compared to them either. It isn't the same style of car.

 

The new Coq is in the right class, it is a custom car, similar to the Slamvan, Hotknife, and Rat Truck

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Why not all of them?

^This.

And also; Stinger anyone?

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The Stirling GT is an amazing car. The styling is beautiful and it has the performance to back it up. Much faster around a track than the rest by a large margin.

 

 

 

 

Speaking of racing classes, there is such a huge speed disparity between the fastest and slowest cars in each class, I really wish R* would open them up more and combine similar classes. It would be cool if muscle and sports classics could race each other.

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The Stirling gt looks terrible. As if you mixed a 1940s car with some vehicle out of the jetson's. It has decent acceleration and good handling for a classic but its slower than the z type. For looks stinger gt has it, followed by the blackfin which is a great MUSCLE car and does not belong in the same category. Casco also looks good and is quick but trust me it isn't as fast as it feels. When I needed an extra garage space the first car I sold was the coquette classic.

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