Hey Oppo, looks like 2019 is going to be my official year of financial hemorrhage.
Avondale Toyota, who are apparently fans of Vipers, courteously allowed me to test drive both a new and old Toyota while I was down in the area and decided to check it out. To explain what the Viper thing is about, the salesroom greeter made a simple mistake which I am now capitalizing on. The actual salesman I had…
A 2009 Toyota Yaris 3 door hatch.
I’ve had three completely different misunderstandings with 3 completely different types of people with three completely different topics.
Edit: Thanks for all the feedback Oppo, in agreement and dissent. I genuinely appreciate all of it.
I’ve got no skill with photography and barely any skill in writing to express anything. I was going to post this last weekend but ran out of time and energy, so here is the photo dump instead.
I don’t know if everyone is already doing this, as the majority of cars have tires and wheel options available en masse, but it could still be useful to check the intended wheel and tire sizes for the car that you are acquiring before you buy it.
This link used to have a picture on it, but this is official communique via website that it’s legitimately real.
Here is the situation.
And my final run, I epically spun. AND the PDR failed to pick it up due to my poor choice in SD cards I installed (wrong size, wouldn’t format.) Slowest Corvette of the day, including C5s and C6s.
What the title says, Oppo.
Today Oppo I feel about as old as I ever have.
I like to think I do ok. I make decent money, I have a solid reliable job, I work from home, my wife cares, and I’ve driven awesome cars and even owned a few. I own my own small home and am very fortunate to have wound up where I am, with no college degree, no formal training outside of basic computer science, and…
I figured it was about time to write a follow up about this thing that I bought.
It is the biggest smartphone maker in China.
Come have a beer with me. Debating on buying a jacuzzi.
It didn’t seem very long ago that I owned this car. I miss it, but I’m happy with the car I have now.
The Z06 I wrote about is mine. Insured and everything (the premium jump is huge.)
Has anyone tried this that can talk about it? The terms seem pretty generous, but I am thinking that most people who pull the trigger mean they wind up keeping the car anyway.
So I found that if you wanted to put up random shit on a billboard in some part of town you could do it for as little as $20 a day, up to multiple thousands for 4 week runs of a full digital board. If given the choice, what would you put up? My current consideration (if money were no object) would be a picture of…