Discussion in 'The Drivers Lounge' started by Jeff, Mar 26, 2019.
Your wife let you take it to put gas in it for her?
Don't have it any longer I only owed 21 more payments @ 721.52 and a baloon note for $18000, PIE closed, the
take back man scoffed it up.
Eleven years old and 95,000 miles. She's been coast to coast and still a really smooth ride.
Aww Boom. Maybe you could get a mid life crisis car like Jeff....or is it late life crisis??
I'm an old guy....I drive Buick like I'm supposed to.......but it's sporty enough that the 50 something girlies tend to think I may still have it going on, besides picking up chicks in a 4 door LeSabre doesn't work any better now than it did in high school.
I bought it for the wife, I usually drive a 1994 Mazda B2300 with 215k on it
nah, i just a very non-descript camry....
I went through a lot of back tires....
But Dave, just think of the smiles you put on the faces of so very many horses.
Here's my wife's ride..... lol no not really.... she's a great woman
We know where your azz will sleep tonight!
He might just get "swept" right out of the house
As I grow older I'm more concerned about being out of debt.
That's why my newest is a 2000, I drive used, and spend a little extra to get the low mileage/clean ones that have a reputation for reliability, the one pictured is kind of a one owner with 35,000 miles, I bought it for a daily driver, but it's too nice so it's a toy that spends winter under a cover in the corner rather than being out slopping around in the Minnesota slush, snow and salt, I've a 96 Silverado that gets the same treatment.