2018 Nov 4, 6:28am
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Have to put a rear passenger-side door on it one of these days.
APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch saysHave to put a rear passenger-side door on it one of these days.Hehehehe
Nahhhh. You need an access port to release the Gatling Drones.
Repeat after me, kids: a car is not a fucking asset - it's a fucking LIABILITY!
Classic cars appreciate
BayArea saysClassic cars appreciate about to happen with 60-70 muscle cars bubble...
MbS saysBayArea saysClassic cars appreciate about to happen with 60-70 muscle cars bubble... Unless everything crashes and we go into recession, 60-70 muscle cars will absolutely not crash. There’s nothing to drive something like that.
My point is that it’s smarter to acquire used cars that have had most of their new car price depreciated. You can follow that rule and still have most of the usable life of the car ahead of you with less than half the total depreciation to worry about.
In a beater, you always have to keep your six pack glass empties to nail road rage antagonists.
The 2001 Subaru covered in rust and spray painted PRAY! FOR! CANNIBAL! ANARCHY! is the height of efficiency and economy.
Fast food, roach, and cigarette butt debris chaff, choking black smoke, no muffler, and loud, Krakatoan backfirings! Ah, the joys of a true beater! Yeah, and the bumper lashed with string and duct tape.
BayArea saysMbS saysBayArea saysClassic cars appreciate about to happen with 60-70 muscle cars bubble... Unless everything crashes and we go into recession, 60-70 muscle cars will absolutely not crash. There’s nothing to drive something like that.The same force which is killing HD is going to kill the muscle bubble: boomers getting too old and senile to care about shit like that. The generations coming after them drool on ITR and E30 M3 they couldn't afford when they were in HS, and don't give a fuck about GTO which was just "some old 'murikan boat of a car" then. Simple, really.
You first pee into the bottles
A car that so terrifies other drivers that they keep a quarter mile distance from you at all times is an asset.
Aw that brings back fond memories of my 77 Plymouth Fury my first car.
I don't plan on replacing them for at least another 6 years.
I'm driving a 30 year old vehicle which is apparently indestructible, easy to work on, parts available, and cheap to repair. (Toyota hilux),
I had to take a bus a mile to a gas station to flash charge the battery
Already exists. Called a Used Car Dealer. Some like Carmax ave huge inventories.
Hell, batteries were cheap back then.
It's pretty much illegal to sell new cars in every state unless through a dealer.
How does Tesla sell their cars outside of CA? They don't have any dealers by choice.
Tesla, Inc. has faced dealership disputes in several U.S. states as a result of local laws. In the United States, direct manufacturer auto sales are prohibited in many states by franchise laws requiring that new cars be sold only by independent dealers. The electric car manufacturer Tesla maintains that in order to properly explain to their customers the advantages their cars have over traditional vehicles with an internal combustion engine, they cannot rely on third party dealerships to handle their sales.