Yep, good local support is the main issue.
If I have understood this correctly, then the Corally is second hand and the Raycer is brand new?
From my experience, cars wear out relative fast. So depending how well the Corally is maintained (that is, BB changed when needed, same goes for all moving parts in the steering and suspension, not to mention the CVD's), the Corally might turn out to be a very expensive way to go.
If you choose the used car, check it out very carefully.
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