I’m incredibly confused by the cost....
There once was an idiot from Limerick,
Meanwhile we have a frigging measles outbreak on our hands that the GOP refuses to do anything about. But yeah. space pirates. Got to drop a few billion on that!
Shit, don’t let him see Time Bandits!
What you want is a Honda Passport. Put a blackout decal on the hood and a bar of LED pods across the roof to alleviate the boringness.
Don’t care. This is a Rich Whyte people problem.
The other tip to look smart in meetings is to prepare beforehand. There’s always at least one dude - it’s always a dude - who waltzes in the meeting and has no clue what the agenda is or what we need him for. Ask him anything and his answer is going to be "Euh...let me get back to you on that".
Tom, I just want to say thank you, you are the only GMG writer that has a basic understanding of finance. It’s refreshing to see an article here that is not full of incorrect numbers and misunderstanding of financial instruments.
A classic car is, theoretically, no longer a depreciating asset, if you buy the right one, it could well be the complete opposite. I don’t see anything wrong with taking out a loan against one, as long as you start off with a decent amount of equity and make sure you’re keeping enough cash in your budget to cover the…
Oh, I have a good question. What is your opinion on these online financing services like LightStream that specifically offer financing for classic cars? Or more specifically, what’s your opinion on financing a 40+ year old car in the first place? Bad move? I don’t want to be midlife crisis age before I can afford a…
When I sold cars, people always asked about how much to put down. With indirect lending (ie, a dealer that works with 10+ lenders), the answer is “it’s a crapshoot and you’ll never get a straight answer.”
Good questions selected for today’s post, Tom. Thank you!
Are people tired of me talking about Monteros yet?
No 1st Gen MPV love?
I’m not always the one to recommend a Volvo, but in this case it fits the bill perfectly.
IIRC an I6 has peak torque at lower RPM than an equivalent V6.
It will look really sleek and cool.
Based on the current Dyson pricing scheme, the MSRP is predicted to be $845,699.