I blame Forza Horizon.
I blame Forza Horizon.
Looks like a four door Golf to me.
The first car I bought for myself was a 1986 Cimarron V6. It was a $500 beater, I won’t list everything that was wrong with it and everything I did to it, but it was a “good” car. The only car I’ve ever had that I didn’t care what happened to it. As it’s been said before, there’s a lot of freedom in driving a beater.
If there was ever a time:
Tricking someone into giving you credentials isn’t “hacking” by mine, and a lot of other Cyber Security professionals, definition. It’s social engineering. This teenager is intelligent, sure, in the same way a sociopath is intelligent. He targeted someone he thought had privileged credentials (who clearly shouldn’t… Read more
If you’re okay with a “high-mileage” Ferrari FF with 30 to 50k miles, there’s definitely examples out there in the $125k to $150k range. Yes, these will be the 2012 or 2013 models too. 2016 models are higher up.
At least it’ll make the FF even more affordable on the used market. People who’ve dreamt of owning a modern Ferrari before dying, and have upper-middle class money, now have their chance.
“It’ll hit 60 mph in four seconds, which does make it a touch slower than its Stellantis super-sedan stablemate, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, as well as its German V8-powered rival, the BMW M5, both of which will hit 60 in 3.2 seconds.” Read more
If all you care about is the soundtrack or looks (both are subjective obviously but I do think the GT500 looks and sounds better than the M3) then get the GT500. If you care about literally everything else, get the M3. Read more
Seen more than a couple on the road over the last year and they really are quite unattractive. I know it’s the only bad thing you can say about the C8, but it’s kind of important for a sports car to actually look good even if its performance is outstanding. Read more
John Oliver’s voice: “Cool”.
Thanks for the research, I wonder how it dropped from $60k to $41k in 3 years, but this is good information. Agreed about the transmission.
Nice research, thanks for the background. Makes a lot of sense now.
The two listings I found were both automatics, so I don’t know. However, after posting I realize the cracked dash does lower value, not sure by how much.
Anyways, if this is real and not a scam, this is a great deal. Someone should buy it.
Regardless of whether 911s are overvalued or not, this seems low priced and fishy. Stock 2001 Turbos are going for $69k (nice) based on a couple quick dealer listings found. Why is this being sold for nearly $15k less than what dealers want for stock? Do these, seemingly quality, mods lower the value that much? Is… Read more
The phrase “If you have to ask, you can’t afford it” is very stupid. Do people really think that every wealthy person goes around just buying things without considering its cost or actual value? Maybe the billionaire class “doesn’t have to ask” but my guess is, they still do. These people base their lives and… Read more