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i'm no wheel expert, but i don't think they are RSes. they look more like the bbs wheels that bmw put on 5 series cars with "M sport" upgrades. if that's the case, they aren't worth a whole heck of a lot. those other mods aren't the kinds of things that do much for resale.
i would LOVE to have a 6 speed 4 door candy white gti. if i found one with a real deal warranty for anything close to what i paid for my new passat, i would have done it. that car has a million red flags higher up on the list, but i'm going to go ahead and expose my prejudice: i would NEVER buy a car that had been bagged. i don't know if the science bears me out, but there, i said it.
the father should relist the car presented at a reasonable ride height without stickers and goofy hatch speakers and say that it's his ride that he spared no expense and babied. what's his target demo? icy hot stunnaz? 100% this kid wastes his tuition money and is driving a mkiii to his new fast food gig by next february. stupid, stupid dad. probably buys his hoez implants and talks about how much they cost, too.
Never understood the amount of rage rich kids bring to TCL. WHY DO YOU CARE HOW PEOPLE SPEND THEIR MONEY?
So his dad bought him a car. WHY ARE YOU MAD ABOUT IT?
Never understood it.
If im able, im gonna buy my son what ever he wants.
"Your pants too tight,your wheels too bright"
I made a thread just for this, overpriced cars. Woulda fit right on in there
So his parents bought him a car and spend their money on upgrades so what? Maybe he deserves it, who cares... stop judging!
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