I always wanted to be a fighter pilot, but couldn't qualify thanks to defective eyesight.
So I compensated and bought a C63 sedan.
The raison d'etre of this car is the its bellowing, angry, demonic V8.
Lay into it and the thrust is unreal; life-affirming if you're into that sort of thing. Much more low end torque than a non-turbo 911 (my former car,) an M3 (which I test drove,) or almost anything else south of $100k.
An M3 is more lithe and a better track car, but for day to day driving, I think the C63 is near perfect if you enjoy a T-Rex under your hood.
I picked the sedan over the coupe for practical and aesthetic reasons.
Note you pay the inevitable mileage tax for the insane power
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