Niche of the Week: Toy Collectible Affiliate Programs

Action Figures, Toys and anything related!

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Mezco Toyz One:12 Collective Action Figure Toy Line Subreddit - For Collectors, By Collectors.

For Collectors & Enthusiasts of Mezco Toyz' One:12 Collective toy line, to share pictures, links, queries and opinions about the highly detailed figures, vehicles, and diorama's by Mezco Toyz.
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Cameras

Post reviews, articles, and videos of products, unboxings, etc. This is a subreddit to discuss new cameras and camera comparisons, camera lenses, gear and accessories. EVIL, SLR, DSLR, point and shoot, rangefinder, mirrorless, handheld cams etc.
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[Question] Where are the Sex toys affiliate markets?

Hey, I am looking to get some recommendations for online affiliate markets websites that allow adult content, specifically adult toys/sex toys. I want to sell my product only in the US..if that changes your answers.
I've been searching around but couldn't find any cohesive list for these search terms. So I thought I should ask the experts... Thanks :D
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Suggestions for creating a sex toy affiliate program from scratch?

I run a website that provides a subscription service for sex toys - people sign up and receive a unique sex toy every month. I want to create an affiliate program on my own, not use an existing one, so that websites that link to my site can receive a commission when their recommendations lead to a subscription purchase. Does anyone know how to go about this? My search has only led me to find existing affiliate programs so far. Any help would be amazing. Thanks!
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Another toy car. Plans again from mywaytoydesign - no affiliation. This one for a good friend’s son. Slightly regret asking what the Mandarin characters for his name were as it proved a little too much for my inlay skills but hopefully is somewhat legible!

Another toy car. Plans again from mywaytoydesign - no affiliation. This one for a good friend’s son. Slightly regret asking what the Mandarin characters for his name were as it proved a little too much for my inlay skills but hopefully is somewhat legible! submitted by mw33212 to woodworking [link] [comments]

Further viewport denoise tests! Hot dayum this is fun! Toying with the new traffiq addon ($), combined with the autofocus function of the Photographer addon ($) - not advertising or affiliated - just liking this

Further viewport denoise tests! Hot dayum this is fun! Toying with the new traffiq addon ($), combined with the autofocus function of the Photographer addon ($) - not advertising or affiliated - just liking this submitted by SorenFrostStaal to blender [link] [comments]

LEGO Pulls Back Police Playset Affiliate Marketing Amid George Floyd Protests • The Toy Book

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 72%. (I'm a bot)
Updated with clarification statement from LEGO June 3, 3:45 p.m. The tragic death of George Floyd while being restrained by police in Minneapolis sparked major protests all over the country, and today we're seeing the first impact in the toy department.
The Toy Book has received a copy of an email sent to affiliate marketers by Rakuten Linkshare on behalf of the LEGO Group.
The email requests removal of product listings and features for more than 30 LEGO building sets, Minifigures, and accessories that include representation of police officers, firefighters, criminals, emergency vehicles, and buildings.
Even the LEGO City Donut Shop Opening set - which includes Police Officer "Duke DeTain" and "Crook" Minifigures - roleplay items including a Police Handcuffs & Badge Set, and the adult builder LEGO Creator version of The White House made the removal list.
Just in case you wanted a gage on how bad things are getting, Lego just sent out a press release demanding that all sets featuring the police or property damage that are currently on store shelves be pulled indefinitely pic.
Just had an affiliate email asking for certain LEGO sets not to be advertised.
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This is the first time Isabella met her Donald Trump catnip toy. Isabella is not judgmental in any capacity and she loves everyone equally, despite their political affiliations. When she first met Donald, she enjoyed bunny kicking his hair. Their relationship still remains intact to this day.

This is the first time Isabella met her Donald Trump catnip toy. Isabella is not judgmental in any capacity and she loves everyone equally, despite their political affiliations. When she first met Donald, she enjoyed bunny kicking his hair. Their relationship still remains intact to this day. submitted by Annamarie40985 to SupermodelCats [link] [comments]

Why wipe out on an actual board when there's safer toy skateboard alternatives? Caroline sure thinks so! (also, THANK YOU GUYS, I GOT TWITCH AFFILIATE!!!!)

Why wipe out on an actual board when there's safer toy skateboard alternatives? Caroline sure thinks so! (also, THANK YOU GUYS, I GOT TWITCH AFFILIATE!!!!) submitted by Nicooriia to Spyro [link] [comments]

Posted by a friend who works at one of Michigan's medical cannabis facilities. Police confiscating donated toys for kids in need from marijuana affiliated businesses

Posted by a friend who works at one of Michigan's medical cannabis facilities. Police confiscating donated toys for kids in need from marijuana affiliated businesses submitted by DeputyAjayGhale to trees [link] [comments]

Month zero, adult niche wordpress website

Hi /juststart,
I have been lurking around here for a number of weeks. This is my first post after starting my wordpress site having been inspired by some of the posts here.
A bit about me
I've worked a number of years online as a webcam girl and doing custom content. I earn a comfortable living, but I have some big goals for the next financial year and I really want to stay ahead of the crowd and push to the next level. I have been looking at getting my own site for a while, at the moment I am entirely reliant on clients from one high traffic cam site. The posts here have been helpful to me so whereas I realise my business model is not your traditional affiliate site, maybe you'll find some of what I've done interesting. Plus you can keep me accountable to my goals, which would help me.
About the site
The site has several broad goals.
How I'm going to meet these goals
The broad idea is to create a lifestyle and opinion blog with extra sexy stuff. All the content will be my own, and will be a window on the life and thoughts of a camgirl. I'm going to try and be honest and open so hopefully it'll be popular.
What I've done so far
Things I want to do in the next month
I'll come back and report again next month. If anyone is interested in marketing in the adult industry definitely take a look, be assured there's plenty of money in it to be had. Not as much as there used to be, but people do still pay for their porn and it's definitely an exciting industry and you can be quite creative.
Hope you enjoyed reading, feel free to ask questions and/ or make suggestions. See you next month!
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Fidget Spinners: What They Are, How They Work and Why the Controversy

Fidget Spinners: What They Are, How They Work and Why the Controversy
This season's hottest toy is marketed as an antidote for interest deficit hyperactivity disorder, tension and autism — but it's also being banned in school rooms across the united states of america.
"Fidget spinners" are small, ball-bearing gadgets that the user can rotate between his or her arms. The momentum of the toy gives a pleasant sensory experience, according to person reviews, even as the project of tossing, shifting and twirling the spinners has spawned a whole universe of educational YouTube films. [How Fidget Spinners Work: It's All About the Physics]
Many spinners are marketed as aides for individuals with tension, autism and ADHD; on Amazon, as an instance, guarantees extra attention for people with the ones situations, plus an opportunity to "carry out that innovative genius lying deep inside you." [Why VolgoPoint Fidget Spinners Are So Hot (and Where to Buy Them)]
"the usage of a spinner-like gadget is more likely to function a distraction than a gain for people with ADHD," said Mark Rapport, a medical psychologist at the university of imperative Florida who has studied the advantages of movement on interest in humans with ADHD.
Scientists decided to discover whether there was any basis to these claims made via manufacturers. In a evaluation of relevant literature posted July 7, 2017, within the magazine current Opinion in Pediatrics, scientists including Dr. Ruth Milanaik, director of the neonatal observe-up application at Cohen children's clinical middle of recent York, found that no research had especially focused on the link between those spinners and youngsters' attention. not best that, however there had been no peer-reviewed research in any respect on fidget spinners, they stated. With this loss of studies, manufacturers' claims about the usefulness of fidget spinners are baseless, the authors concluded.
(The so-known as fidget cube — which is a plastic cube ready with diverse buttons and dials for fidgeting fingers — can be greater study room pleasant, in keeping with a scientist who research intersection of human pc interplay and video games, who talked about on the website The conversation that the dice doesn't require visible interest. "they could serve the identical purpose because the spinners, but are greater classroom-prepared and less distracting," Katherine Isbister, professor of Computational Media on the college of California, Santa Cruz, wrote at the communique.)
regardless of their usefulness in maintaining kids' distracted brains targeted, fidget spinners have sparked a conversation approximately attention spans in kids and how to assist the children focus, professionals told stay technology. for example, though there isn't a whole lot of records assisting the idea that youngsters have much less awareness these days than within the beyond, some research does propose attention spans have reduced as multitasking has increased with the virtual age, one expert said. there are various methods for bringing children' attention lower back to the lesson at hand, psychologists say, consisting of VolgoPoint fidgeting gadgets, pastime breaks and the simple removal of more distractions. (The devices may additionally educate children something about physics, or at least ball bearings.)

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A fashion erupts
Fidget spinners emerged this spring, seemingly from out of nowhere, as a must-have gadget. before December 2016, Google searches for the words "fidget spinner" were basically nonexistent. Now, instructors are posting about their frustrations with spinner-obsessed students on Twitter, and the toys even have their personal forum on Reddit.
"i will call you 'annoying Spinny aspect' and you may live in my table drawer," Kansas Spanish trainer Amanda Dickey tweeted, punctuating her message with #fidgetspinner and #teacherprobs. [How to Do Timeout: 12 Tips from Science]
most of the controversy surrounding fidget spinners has been over colleges banning them from lecture rooms. An simple faculty fundamental in Evanston, Illinois, Kate Ellison, advised the Chicago Tribune that the spinners have been a distraction in classrooms in her school, and that kids with unique needs have other, faculty-friendly alternatives for fidgeting. in the meantime, some mother and father of youngsters with special wishes have hailed the toys' blessings. One blogger, a figure of an eight-12 months-vintage with autism, wrote on that her daughter was pleased to peer her classmates looking to fidget just like her. school-accredited fidget devices mark her daughter as special, wrote Miriam Gwynne, however fidget spinners are simply cool.
"For her, the fidget spinner is not a ought to-have craze to be like her buddies, however greater a pressure launch from the needs positioned upon her throughout her college day — a whole lot similar to she makes use of a strain ball or her twist-and-lock blocks," Gwynne wrote. "while faculties determine to ban sensory and fidget toys, they hazard isolating the very youngsters they’ve spent years seeking to include." [25 Scientific Tips for Raising Happy Kids]
The list of schools banning the spinners seems to be growing and now consists of faculties in Massachusetts, Brooklyn, big apple, Florida, Chicago, Illinois, or even across the pond in Manchester, England.
at the least one expert is disillusioned by the bans. "these little gadgets must be called fidget tools, now not toys, and they may be part of a successful approach for dealing with fidgety conduct if they are delivered as a normal a part of the school room lifestyle," stated Claire Heffron, a pediatric occupational therapist in Cleveland, as suggested with the aid of The Washington publish.
nevertheless, instructors say that most children are the use of the spinners as toys, specializing in them rather than on class, in line with news reports.
Spinner benefits?
there may be absolute confidence that toys that allow youngsters to fidget can gain youngsters with autism. Occupational therapists regularly use sensory toys like tactile discs, Koosh balls and even putties or clays to assuage youngsters who've sensory-processing problems. further, research has proven that motion can assist kids with ADHD to awareness. A 2015 have a look at posted in the journal of strange baby Psychology by way of Rapport and his colleagues checked out eight- to twelve-12 months-old children with ADHD. The researchers observed that individuals who participated in gross motor pastime — meaning the movement of limbs or big elements of the body — executed higher than folks who sat nonetheless for the duration of responsibilities involving operating reminiscence, that's a sort of memory used for processing incoming statistics. workout has additionally been tested to be useful for kids with ADHD.
however with out studies that mainly take a look at fidget spinners, it's not possible to say for certain whether the gadgets ought to help youngsters with ADHD, Rapport told stay technology. He conjectured that the little hand held toys aren't likely to help a whole lot. They don't require gross frame movement, he stated, which is what appears to be chargeable for growing hobby within the frontal and prefrontal mind regions that are answerable for sustaining interest. The spinners are also visually distracting, and so they could pull a infant's attention faraway from the chalkboard or trainer, Rapport said.
"driving a desk bound bike even as analyzing, or sitting on a motion ball whilst working at one's table, in comparison, allows small (non-distracting) motor movements and could probable prove useful for plenty children with ADHD," Rapport wrote in an email to live technology.
Spinner protection
An unofficial file in June approximately viable lead in these toys may have dad and mom worried, however don't clean your home of the spinners just but. Tamara Rubin, a lead-poisoning-prevention recommend who isn't always affiliated with any college or research institution, home-tested 11 fidget spinners and located strangely excessive amounts of lead in two of those. on the other hand, Rubin's findings have now not been replicated nor peer-reviewed; and Rubin only tested 11 spinners. you can examine extra about possible lead in fidget spinners on this stay technological know-how article.
a bigger subject can be the chance of kids choking on some of the spinner's small parts. The U.S. purchaser Product safety fee, is asking into reviews of children choking on parts which have popped out of a fidget spinner, stated Patty Davis, the CPSC's appearing communications director. And on Aug. 10, 2017, the CPSC launched protection pointers for fidget spinners, warning that the toys will be choking risks and so youngsters under 3 need to now not play with them. The CPSC also said that the toys need to not be positioned within the mouth, irrespective of the individual's age.
right here are some hints from the Toy affiliation for keeping your youngsters safe even as fidget-spinning: comply with age labels; save at professional tales (in which you'll find toys that surpassed U.S. testing); observe hints for mild-up spinners (make certain the spinner's battery is locked inside the toy); test for damaged parts (which may be a choking danger).
Editor's notice: this article became first published on can also 1, and has been updated with information approximately college bans and kids' interest spans in addition to safety worries. greater these days, the item was up to date with records about a overview observe approximately fidget spinners in addition to protection recommendations launched with the aid of the client Product protection commission.
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Not at all affiliated with Sideshow Toys, but this is too cool not to share ...

Not at all affiliated with Sideshow Toys, but this is too cool not to share ... submitted by addisonbass to SpidermanPS4 [link] [comments]

Isn’t it insanely easy to simply keep buying Hot Toys off Sideshow or any affiliate website and resell them?

Not that I’m interested in reselling, I’m just curious. You simply purchase a figure and are almost guaranteed to make a profit. For Marvel at least. Am I missing something? There seems to be no catch.
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This child toy, which is no way affiliated with CTV News, has the same color and shape theme as their logo. Link to CTV News included in comments

This child toy, which is no way affiliated with CTV News, has the same color and shape theme as their logo. Link to CTV News included in comments submitted by Aranore to mildlyinteresting [link] [comments]

Hi! I’m looking for info on/examples of toys, etc. which are licensed merchandise affiliated with a movie or TV show, but the toys went into production before changes were made in the movie. This Infinity War tie-in is a good example. Seems that Cap was originally given clawed gauntlets.

Hi! I’m looking for info on/examples of toys, etc. which are licensed merchandise affiliated with a movie or TV show, but the toys went into production before changes were made in the movie. This Infinity War tie-in is a good example. Seems that Cap was originally given clawed gauntlets. submitted by Just-Like-Kevin to toys [link] [comments]

Haven’t seen nobody post about this so: Here you have a frank toy there’s 100 made go buy one if you still can and want (I’m not affiliated with the manufacturer)

Haven’t seen nobody post about this so: Here you have a frank toy there’s 100 made go buy one if you still can and want (I’m not affiliated with the manufacturer) submitted by meierjere to FrankOcean [link] [comments]

A christian family-friendly toy channel receives attempted hacking by something called 'GarageMonkey Affiliate'

A christian family-friendly toy channel receives attempted hacking by something called 'GarageMonkey Affiliate' submitted by OverTheRoadRacing to ElsaGate [link] [comments]

Arbitrary list of popular lights - Summer Solstice 2020 edition

Happy Solstice!
In honor of Summer Solstice for the northern hemisphere, I've made an updated list of popular lights. Today is a couple days after (sorry!) the day you're least likely to need a flashlight north of the equator, but it increases every day after so it's a good time to buy a flashlight.
Because a definitive buyer's guide is too hard, I've made an arbitrary list of popular lights you should consider if you're shopping for a light. There is no best flashlight, so this is not the last word in what's good, but a list of lights that are often bought or recommended here with a touch of my own opinion thrown in. Exclusion from this list doesn't mean a light isn't good. To search more lights by their attributes, try http://flashlights.parametrek.com/index.html
Where possible, official manufacturer URLs are linked here. Sometimes the manufacturer offers good deals through direct orders, sometimes vendors have the best prices. There are coupon codes available that apply to many of the lights listed. I'm hosting a version of this list on my own site with affiliate links because a few people have asked for a way to give me a kickback.
Shipping/availability may be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. In particular, items shipped from China are often taking 2 months to arrive. Supply chains and warehouse stock also appear to be disrupted as well, so you may have to be more patient than usual if you want certain flashlights, chargers, and batteries.

For those in a hurry

If you don't want to learn much, just get one of these.

All of the lights in this section come with a rechargeable battery and have a charger built in to the light. The battery will be a standard size you can buy online from third parties, and the charger will use USB as its power source, though some options do use a special cable. Aside from the Catapult, all have very good color quality compared to the average LED flashlight, improving your ability to see details.
These are at the top of the list not because they're the best in some objective sense, but because they're easy to own and use, and easy to buy. They score well on most measure flashlight nerds care about while also being suitable for non-enthusiasts.

About specs and considerations

Moved to the wiki due to character limit

Mainstream lights

Everyday Carry Lights

These are selected for pocketability first and performance second, but most of the larger options are perfectly adequate for house/cacamping/etc... uses. This section excludes right-angle designs that double as headlamps, but many people do use those for pocket carry, so see that section as well.

Keychain

AAA battery

AA battery

CR123A/16340 battery

18350 battery

18650 battery

This category is so popular it gets subcategories. If you're looking for a lot of power and runtime that's still possible to carry in most pants pockets, this is your battery.

Dual-switch lights

A tailswitch controls power, a sideswitch changes brightness. The ease of explaning the UI makes these perfect to hand out to others.

E-switch lights

Electronic switches enable shortcuts from off to useful modes - usually lowest, highest, and last-used.

Other by use case

Right-angle lights and headlamps

If I could have only one portable light, it would be a right-angle light that functions as both an everyday carry light and a headlamp. Some lights in this form factor also offer a magnetic tailcap, allowing them to act as mountable area lights.

Small

Medium

All of these use one 18650 battery.

Large

Duty lights

These are suitable for first responders and possibly members of the military in combat roles. The focus is on simple operation, reliability and a good way to make sure the light starts on high.

High-performance lights

Most lights on the list are easy to carry, with performance constrained by size and thermal mass as a result. After all, the best light is the one you have. Here are lights to bring when you know you'll be using them.

Flooders

Turn night into day, but not necessarily very far away

Throwers

What's that over there? WAY over there? The hotspots of these lights tend to be too focused for comfortable use up close, though using a diffuser is an option. These tend to be most useful for search and rescue, boating, and the like.
FL1 throw is the distance at which large objects can be detected in clear air. At half that distance, there's usually enough illumination to see clearly, though with more extreme throwers, the distances may be so great as to require binoculars to see clearly even during the day. Throwers have visible backscatter from the atmosphere even in clear air, which may obstruct the user's view of the target. Warmer color temperatures tend to have less.

Hybrids

Some throw, some flood... probably a lot

Other lights

Stuff that doesn't fit somewhere else goes here.

Enthusiast lights

Enthusiast lights can be subject to a bit of a flavor of the month phenomenon, and this section isn't necessarily going to try to include them all. What you'll find here are enthusiast lights with some staying power. There will probably be an Emisar D4 of some description this time next year, but not necessarily the latest new FW variant or whatever's currently trendy from Nightwatch.

Everyday carry

Jacket pocket, maybe

Big

* BLF GT90 - the GT with a Luminus SBT-90.2 for over 7000 lumens and 2700m throw claimed, but that's going to be limited by heat and power. For sustainable performance, the original may have the advantage. For short bursts, this will be most impressive. 360, but look for discounts

Edit 20200624: added Tool AA, NU25, KR4, KR1
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Toys of characters from Sierra classic games (Disclaimer: I'm not affiliated to this shop/vendor)

Toys of characters from Sierra classic games (Disclaimer: I'm not affiliated to this shop/vendor) submitted by zhamisen to adventuregames [link] [comments]

From C7 to GT350 (with lots of pics!)

Hey all, I figured I'd make a long post about my experience of owning a C7 and why I got rid of it for a GT350. Since today is the 4th of July and a lot of us are indoors more, this is a great day to celebrate and put together this bald eagle story.

TL;DR

GT350 is a much more lively car that the C7 Z51 manual. But closer to the limit is where the C7 shines the brightest as it is more planted. Think of the Corvette as the handy Swiss Army knife of the sports car world where the GT350 is a trusty Bowie knife. One is good at many things and the other is great at what it should really be.

Pics

C7 - Cell shots right before I sold it https://imgur.com/gallery/Q6u4d0O
GT350 - High resolution professional shots for your viewing pleasure https://imgur.com/gallery/t9vXoZS

C7 Corvette

Bought a C7 new at 15% off in summer 2016. Drove a few hours to buy it because it had all the options I wanted: 3LT trim, Z51 performance package, coupe, manual, all black everything, Jake hood logo, and no ground effects.
That being my first sports car I had tons of fun driving the best one for the money you could buy new. C7 had been out a couple of years and I figured some kinks were worked out. This year had Android Auto and Apple Car Play and a flat-bottom steering wheel (mine curiously had a leather one with a suede shifter; strange combo but it was nice).
I didn't even consider the GT350 because it just came out and I was working at GM at the time so it would have been silly to drive a direct competitor car with no discount. Plus, they were going for up to $20k over sticker at the dealer for a base model! Many 2020 GT350R models are still going for that. Also the 1st model years had issues without the track pack. Basically it wan't even on my radar. I figured GM's Alpha platform would make anything Ford made for the same price undesirable (I was certainly wrong about that).
Fast forward to 3 years later and I had a laundry list of problems. Mostly electronics went out and there were repeat offenders. If you want to know which ones just ask. Engine didn't have too many issues. I broke in the car correctly. I technically qualified for Lemon Law in the state of Texas but was too late to file it. Pro tip: skip BBB entirely and get a Lemon law lawyer. I was able to get a decent amount despite it not qualifying due to the timeline. Still not as good as a buy back but I got to keep the car hoping it would't waste my time and energy anymore. But it did.
I still think these are great sports cars but if I could afford a Porsche I'd gladly be paying for their reliability and performance. When my C7 was at the dealer for over a month (late 2019 union strike) I decided to shop around because I was nearing the end of my powertrain warranty and my bumper-to-bumper was out. I sold the car earlier this year at 27k miles.

Contenders

First thing I'd been eyeing was the BMW M2 Competition. It ticked all the right boxes online: RWD, small, manual, and desirable. I was handed the keys at the dealership when I went for a test drive so I was certain I this was going to be it. I really was disappointed. I tend to get hyped up on YT reviews and lot's of them let me down (Doug and Moto Man). But later on in the year others (Smoking Tire and Motor Trend) validated what I felt. Such boring steering and exhaust. Torque wasn't that exciting in 1st gear. Shifter was toy-ish. Seats didn't go forward enough for me to comfortably press clutch all the way. Steering wheel was fat but had the cool M custom drive-mode buttons. Tried to drift it out of a stop but it didn't do it very easy. Also the looks: it is awkward from some angles. Brakes were massive and too sensitive.
Next was the famed ND Miata RF in manual (with updated higher revving engine). Salesperson kept going on how it was a safe car, but during that drive we almost got ran off the road. Interior really is comically scarce on storage. Head was so close to the rear view mirror. Hard top was nice down but I'm bald so I couldn't fit the hairdresser stereotype well. Exhaust was even more boring (again the salesperson was trying hard to sell it saying how it shakes his house on startup!). Shifter was indeed divine- just so notchy. Body roll was "haha oh so silly and fun" but I didn't have the same sentiment.

GT350

I randomly went to check a brand new 2019 GT350 that was in the lot next to the Chevy dealer where my C7 was at still waiting for parts. I figured what's there to lose. I might as well check out the cool Voodoo engine sound and see what all the reviewers were raving about (wish I would have seen this one earlier). I really didn't think I was going to enjoy this car as much as I did. It's always great to be surprised.
Now keep this in mind: both of the M2C and Miata I was graciously able to test drive in the twisties for at least 15 minutes. However, they didn't make me lose any sleep. With the GT350 I was only in the car for 10 minutes going slow on straight roads but I couldn't stop thinking about it after I drove it. I recall having nightmares that night. Obsession for months followed until I was able to get one.
Fast forward to spring 2020. I ended up finding a bright green 2020 GT350 with all the options nearby with $5k off sticker (because of the pandemic). I bought it sight unseen as it was sitting in the showroom for one month. This is the last model year of the car also and plants were shutting down so I had to act fast. Only pics of the Grabber Lime paint I could find online were from awful cellphone cameras. I took a gamble it wasn't a nasty dim hue that I'd been seeing and trusted it was a bright paint. It absolutely is. Especially in the sun.
As for the delivery, that was a big mistake. I should have paid for a nice vehicle mover. My front splitter was damaged and a side skirt panel was popped out. Pro tip: don't trust Ford dealers to install anything right (they didn't) and don't use their movers. Get your own that can read simple instructions on how to load a special car. I'm still waiting for payment to get it fixed months later.
In summary, I'm glad my Corvette gave me enough problems to seek out another weekender car. I was woefully wrong about the GT350 because I never drove it. If you want one of these and you can get one then you absolutely should.
UPDATE
Wanted to add some final thoughts:
About the weight and materials. GT350 is about 300lbs heavier and obviously bigger externally. Much taller front clip but the GT350 is much lower and sleeker than the GT Mustang (hence why it looks better). But even the hood is heavy. Whereas the C7 has a carbon fiber hood and targa top that feels more sports car.
Surprisingly I don't care about the weight difference now. You are more connected to the car in the GT350. You sit higher but the steering is immediate and it's so exciting. Even the accelerator pedal buzzes at a certain RPM because of the flat-plane crank engine. There's no lack of grip because of the tires and the balance through corners is delightful.
Go drive one if you can if you have reservations about it.
I want to point out some channels that have in-depth reviews on the GT350: EatSleepDrive, Raiti's Rides, and to quote SavageGeese when reviewing the GT350R: "This car is fucking insane"
Thanks everyone!

Comparisons


feature 2020 GT350 2016 C7 Z51 manual
inputs Excelling steering feedback, shifter is rifle bolt smooth, pedals and engine response are amazing. Steering feedback isn't there, shifter is notchy and requires granny shifting else you may grind hard from 2nd to 3rd. Noticeable lag from pedal to engine response.
exhaust Alien and intoxicating! But not entirely loud enough. Wind buffeting and seats folded down are not enough. In a tunnel and/or red-line you reach nirvana. Ferocious sound at full throttle, especially with the targa top off in a tunnel.
engine Power after 3500 RPM but I don't miss the low-end torque of the Vette as working for it is way more fun! Hammer from hell power but lazy and runs out of revs quickly.
handling Very lively just driving around town or in a canyon (haven't done track), brakes are larger than the C7 but not as confidence inspiring. Very confident in a canyon and track (just hugs the ground in turns), brakes are monstrous but can overheat due to the size.
driving mode preference steering wheel: comfort, exhaust: sport, everything else in normal steering: sport, exhaust: track (or just pull fuse), drive mode: touring
favorites Pure analog experience, all the glorious inputs (suede steering wheel with gloves), toggle switches for all the fun stuff, exhaust sound, leave it in 2nd gear and let it rev to the moon and back, less frills (also less things to break!), I ALWAYS want to drive it, comfy ride (seats and magna-ride suspension), back seats hold my GoPro case, car locks with your thumb and unlocks when pulling the handle, gorgeous profile from every angle (especially in bright colors), encouraging and less "my car is the rarest" community, Cobra badges are serious business, numbered chassis is displayed on the dash! Torque, low seating position, targa top, 3LT Nappa leather smell, light-weight chassis and body, trans in rear for weight distribution, tons of tech: PDR, front curb cameras, digital dash, HUD, auto rev match, 30 mpg on cyl deactivation mode, I transported a gun safe in the massive hatch, great profile from most angles, hidden storage compartment, tow hook fits easy (even better with Z06 grill)
least favorites Front splitter scrapes easily, Ford dealers, engine horror stories, Mustang weight and name affiliation, more front-heavy, gas tank needs filling up often, 2019-2020 have MPSS Cup2 tires that will last 3 to 10k miles street + canyon driving, have to remove bumper to install tow hook, body panel alignment, kinda ugly orange front marker lights (turn dial to left to fix in daytime), break-in instructions are heavily debated Reliability (3LT top level trim electronics mostly), Corvette community, revs run out fast, just not that engaging to drive when going on a cruise, 4th gear goes well over 100mph, got hit often (low and dark profile), laggy and new-passenger confusing unlocking door mechanisms, rear profile too skinny on base model, run-flat tires are harsh, cheap sharp plastic volume buttons on steering wheel, have to pay $350 at dealer to get magna-ride update to make it less harsh, exhaust mode buried in clunky infotainment
must-do mods Lethal Performance resonator delete pipe (I hope it's not too raspy), rock blockers on side skirt, passenger side oil separator, damn shifter buzz MGW short shifter, AWE x-pipe, Z06 grill (for base model)
ideal model and options GT350 (unless you actually race often then get the R), bright color with stripes, 2019+ for V2 Voodoo engine (shares GT500 internal parts), base seats Grand Sport coupe, 3LT or 2LT with PDR, manual (auto is terrible- just get the C8 if you can't shift), Z07 package if you race (carbon ceramics are expensive)

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