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06-09-2005 09:19 AM
mustanggt_50
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All i have to say is, I respect the guy/girl that spends all day on the job and all night in the garage....
Ive done that.... Its not fun rebuilding a car in the winter especially when you have to do some work in the snow!! When doing crap like that I wish my parents were loaded!!
06-09-2005 09:15 AM
Daeron haha...my first car was an 81 honda accord (whopping 1.5k for it)...i drove the hell outta that thing until i rear ended someone (damn studded tires on dry pavement). buying your own car that you worked for makes you appreciate it that much more.
06-09-2005 03:57 AM
Svt4life When i turned 16 my dad gave me his car it was a very nice car c 32 amg benz. I loved that car to death. Although all the ppl at my school thought i was a rich spoiled brat. I never acted like one. I ended up crashing that car it was way too much power for a new inexperienced drive so i took the insurance money and bought something that was gonna let me live through highschool lol. Now that im in college i'll be buying something with more power because i'll be respecting the power.My theory is you just got what u can afford.I never put any1 down because of what they drive. the only time i say something is when someone puts me down other than that i never say anything and ppl who put stickers and weird ass crap on their car well i say stuff about them only because i feel bad for the car because its helpless because of its stupid owner. As far as mom and dad buying their kids cars they should also let the kid know not to act like a douche because they could have it hard like someone who has to work and go to school to keep their car
06-09-2005 03:14 AM
redbull All i have to say is, I respect the guy/girl that spends all day on the job and all night in the garage....
06-09-2005 02:12 AM
t_bone_c34 yea,thats exactly what im doin,but over 1/4 of mine was paid for when i totaled the other car and recieved the ins. I had completed my payments on my old sunfire,was rear ended,then bought this one with the money. But every single addon was paid for by me on both cars. The only vindication i got was watching my friend in the STi whoop the hell outta that db in the focus,even tho it was a family kill i loved every second
06-08-2005 04:23 PM
svtguy88 People like that drive me nuts...he could have at least showed you what he was using. THere are people like that at my school--namely a new M3 that no other than mom and dad paid for. Though I really can't be talking about moms and dads buying cars, because my mom bought mine-however, I'm paying her back one month at a time and everything done to my car (as little as it may be right now) is paid for by me. The only reason I didn't buy it myself is because an extra couple thousand dollars isn't easy to find when you are sixteen.
06-08-2005 04:21 PM
svtguy88 People like that drive me nuts...he could have at least showed you what he was using. THere are people like that at my school--namely a new M3 that no other than mom and dad paid for.
06-07-2005 11:22 PM
t_bone_c34 lol,kinda sounds like joe dirt
06-07-2005 10:21 PM
bwojdyla The things you own will end up owning you.

Cars are just things. Don't worry about it. know that those kids will always be douchebags and will eventually get their come-uppance. We called those kids toppers, because 15 years later they wil still be the db's they are today with the same cars they rocked in high school, because that's when they topped out.
06-07-2005 09:41 PM
DrkKnight614 yea its not that i hate people who have their parents buy them sweet cars, i mean come on ud want it too if ur parents were in the money....but to go a brag about it and think ur better....thats what ticks me off.
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