/images/graemlins/laughing.gif Yep..I know that feeling exactly! Dunno...It's sort of like a big circle back pat. Wierd. :nod:McGuireV10 said:And damn, reading the VCA board is creepy. First time I've been there in about a year, and it's just so... candyass, somehow.
I agree on point one, DEFINITELY A TOOL, if not a ***. Here's why. The very first "reason" he had as to why it sold well was because he cleaned it after every ride? Dude, I love my car and all but I don't have time to clean it after every fucking drive. And 4 hours every time? If he's not a flamer, at the very least, he may need to find a g/f, or a life. One of those.V10 MOJO said:felt his car lose value, WTF no offense but hes a tool. first of all a car in general is a pisspoor investment, itll "lose value" as it creeps of the damn showroom floor.
however if all he got the car for was a showpiece (which in my opinion is ridiculous as cars are made to be driven) then more power to him, it is, afterall his money to do with as he pleases.
but it doesnt make ANY sense...he wants to go buy another one now...where is he going to find a car with lower miles, and in better or as good a shape as his was, for less then he sold his car for??...i doubt he will find it....Viperjohn said:While I know most, myself included, don't agree with the reasoning behind Tom's decision, he is a great guy. And in some ways he had a point. He felt his car to loose value when the mileage went over 10,000 miles.
Considering what he got for the car, he was right. As much as he drives his car, he would have never been able to get that kind of money next year when his car has 17,000 miles on it.