Type: Posts; User: troyguitar
We are really really really hoping for permanent WFH to become an option. Not so we can change cars (initially), but so we can move South. We hate New York and we hate the cold. The instant the boss...
MR2 turbo t-top in ok condition plus some maintenance/mods.
Yep. I'd make every pixel of my life public if I got millions for it. Hell I'd go transgender if I knew that it would lead to fame and fortune. I don't need the frank and beans.
If you're cool with rust and wrenching there are plenty of cheap ok cars around. IMO though a $5k or so car is actually cheaper to own generally.
I love the white. One of my goals in life is to have a super light interior in my car. Being surrounded by darkness is depressing.
98 or newer GS400/430 is a pretty nice car. Not sporty but with an exhaust maybe it would be fun as a DD? V8 noises + Lexus reliability.
2005-10 Mustang GT without obnoxious mods
Older BMW, E34/36/39/46
Infiniti G35 coupe
Awesome as a primer?
I spent extra to buy a new 86 in the best color combination, after months of talking about how I would want one but they weren't going to offer in the USA. Awhile later they did bring it here, albeit...
Americans hate themselves. We don't want a car made by us... We suck. We can't do anything right.
Those cars are super cool.
I own an 86, but with a higher budget and a garage and a 2nd car I'd be looking at a 997 vs E92 M3.
Nothing sold when the G8 was on the market...
The SS was never intended to sell. It came only in the $40k V8 RWD loaded trim and the plant was scheduled to be shut down regardless.
The Charger seems to do fine.
Fun, interesting, new, cheap, and available with near zero down?
You're describing a motorcycle.
So in a 6MT the gearing is hugely different between 15-17 and 2018+ models. The newer cars have much longer gearing and it will totally change the feel of the car. Drive both.
I guess that making the already borderline too big car even bigger does have a certain logic to it. People who want small aren't going to buy it anyway, might as well cater to those who want YUUUGE?
Pretty much that. Both are good cars. Even the 2011-14 mustang GT is a good car with the right suspension on it. I was very close to buying one in 2012, base black GT with performance pack and no...
Yeah I already know I like the cars, they're just big. Might "feel smaller" on an open road, but my current use case is largely street parking, tiny driveways, narrow streets, and hopefully at some...