Oh it's only money and it was meant to be spent and saved and all the other good stuff that happens. Today I bought this totally cool, 2002 Chevy Astrovan (Did you just use the words cool to describe a Chevy Astro Van?) *Yes* I also sold my brothers 2000 Cadillac El Dorado today especially yesterday after the oil pan gasket seal broke and the car leaked about a half quart of oil all over the pavement. Sold it today for $400.00 pretty much junked it essentially. Anyhow the past is done. Here's the thing I run a small town car business with my friend and he uses our Chevy Suburban well having one car is okay, but it doesn't leave any spares and I like to have a spare for a couple reasons. A extra capacity for the business if we need it, but also say my truck has to go to the shop or our Suburban breaks down well now we have nothing to fall back on. Well I still need a car to go to work so now I have an extra. If you can afford it, even if your only one person I would recommend having more then one car, you know don't get the same car though. Like I own a 2000 F-150 a 2005 Chevy Suburban and a 2002 Chevy Astro Van LT. 2 of those 3 vehicles have 4x4 capabilities and also major haulage capabilities. Not to mention all three have tow packages and can tow trailers. Now the Astro van wasn't major bank breaking money less then $6K. It was a good buy for one it had all the features including leather seats which is really rare for a factory Astrovan that's not some 3rd party conversion. Also it had rear heat and AC control as well as rear stero control and the guy had a bunch of other work done to it as well with all maintenance records. Pretty turn key so I said yes this is a winner.