|Quote, originally posted by Brandon12V »|
|these are some really nice set-ups guys... i dont understand how you all pay for them though. i work two jobs, go to school and i still cant even afford a "stage 1 kit" let alone piece a kit together. all of my money goes in my cars thats left over from bills and insurance. sometimes, i cant even afford groceries b/c i spent too much money on the whip . Good thing im a chef or id starve...you guys must be some rich mo-fo's cause i honestly do not understand how people can afford this hobby. |
but to you guys who can make it happen...some of us can only dream....
I just graduated high school, made good grades all through-out, play soccer 5 days a week 75% of the year, and have been working since last summer and have been saving. I will admit I was given an advantage over most as I was given my car when I turned 16 by my parents becuase I had an arrangement with my parents that stated if I played soccer, I wouldn't have time for a job(I didn't untill this year when I did a co-op program), so they would get me a car(I got my moms old car). BUT, my soccer/grades are paying 13,000 a year of my college so in the end I guess I saved my parents money. But back to my original point, I have been working for over a year and saving my money, and once I sell my aba turbo rabbit I bought earlier this year, I will have enough money for the kinetic stg III plus a bunch of other goodies. My goal is 300 WHP, which my set-up will easily reach, but I am not cheaping out anywhere becuase this car has to last me through college then afterwords untill I can get on my feet. Sorry for the long life-story, but its all about hard work and dedication.