The Specialty Dealer has shuffled its stock once more in Forza 7. A day later than normal, but the series of repeats continue.
As it’s been the case over the past three weeks, we’ve seen this lineup before. The time, week four’s inventory takes center stage. In case you may have forgotten, the following cars are now available:
Specialty Dealer Update: March 28
- 1964 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport 409 (Common +66; 36,800cr)
- 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona HEMI (Uncommon +154; 88,550cr)
- 1963 Ferrari 250LM (Legendary +2,695; 1,552,500cr)
Much like its previous appearances the 1963 Volkswagen Type 2 remains absent. As it stands, it looks as if the classic camper van will be available through other means (like this month’s Bounty Hunter challenge). Looking past that, the inventory is a collector’s treasure trove. All hailing from the early to late ’60s, it’s the perfect mix of classic muscle and unadulterated bliss.
It goes without saying the most expensive of the bunch is the Ferrari 250 LM. Introduced at the 1963 Paris Motor Show, the classic sportscar is a sight to behold. Power comes from a 3.3-liter V12 sending over 300hp to the rear wheels. It may not compare to the 488, but there’s no denying its presence.
The third-generation Impala is another worthy machine. Its 6.7-liter V8 sends a whopping 425hp to the rear wheels, making it a handful. While not meant to attack corners with grace, its brute force makes up for it on the straights.
Round out this week’s trio is the Charger Daytona HEMI. Its name alone gives you an idea of what you’re up against. Replacing the unsuccessful Charger 500 in NASCAR, it was the first to break 200mph in 1970.
You’ll have until next week’s reset to save up, and you’ll need 1,677,800 credits for a clean sweep.
Featured image courtesy of Populuxe Cowboy.