Since I've had it over here I've seen one other, that's all.
That in itself makes the driving experience pretty special. Plus people genuinely do look long and hard at it.
Now, I could be content with that: creepng about the place, soaking up the people checking the car out, but that's not what I'm about (although the wife would be happy with that for the car, to be honest
The Isle of Wight has rough and sinuous roads which I know very well and love driving. This is why I'm going to be getting back to stock height - that way I can drive swiftly and have what is my idea of fun, which is quite a lot about slip-angles.
As well as higher than current suspension this also calls for a seriously high level of attention to the maintenance of the vehicle, hence the forthcoming rolling resto.
The Corrado was built to be driven and that's precisely what this is going to get used for.