--Subaru Ascent with slightly larger turbo for the family vehicle
--Wrangler JL 2DR for the ice cream/beach transport/top down vehicle
--Civic hatch for commuter duty
--Giant American convertible land barge for parades
Garages are for workshops not covered parking....
But seriously speaking I have about what I want.
2 S1 sciroccos
2 Karmann Ghias
80 rabbit pickup tdi swap
( i really have like 4 other cars, but they don't count.)
Do we get to spend the saved money on more tools? Please?
I have the habit of buying the same types of vehicles over and over again, so my immediate thought was to own a GTI and a Wrangler concurrently.
Since I already own a GTI, as my DD, I'd probably upgrade to a Golf R.
For my Jeep fix, I'd get a new JLU Rubicon.
That would probably absorb most of the $100K.
With what's left over, and with the trade-in value of my current GTI, I'd probably try to buy a used BEV, for commuting.
My first fantasy would be to expand garage space from the current three to five and then there should be a decent amount of turn-over every couple of years, where some stay a little longer than others. I do like a mix of the new and old, fast and slow. The one common denominator has been 100% manual transmission, but currently considering replacing the 340i with a DSG GTI or R.
-Nicest used lsx V8 Miata = $ 35K
-New Polaris rzr rs1 with a turbo kit from boon dockers = $ 16k
-New Honda talon 1000 R = $ 21k
- spend the remaining 28k on a formula ford and a tony shifter kart plus a dual axle trailer for transport
the wife really wants to get into wheel to wheel racing. I figure this would be the cheapest form of entry -
And I’m spent !