Well, I like (relatively) cheap cars and I would have a lot of money, so I'd build the second garage we're talking about and put a 356, my Beetle and something else in there. "Something else" refers to a 2002, 240Z, Chevy II or??? Perhaps the wife's hot rod will go in there.
Oh, and the garage would be big enough that I'd have a clean room for building engines. And a couch/flat screen/fridge/half bath.
Originally Posted by Boyz in da Park
3,803 posts X $10 = $38,030
2005 Lotus Elise - $34,999 in Michigan(9k miles, 6 speed)
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$100k would comfortably get me a Modena Spyder and allow me to transplant an actual Ferrari V12 into it. That would do nicely.
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04 R32 126k miles
93 VR6 Corrado 188k miles
90 G60 Corrado 304k miles - RIP 2/12/11
Great thread. 5469 x 10= $54690. Hmmmm.
FJ80 axles, diesel or some sort, Toyota splitcase transfer case. Done.
CTS-V Coupe or.... Too early in the day for big decisions like this
This thread is not kind to lurkers
If I did have an extra $1300 in my car budget right now, it'd be going into parts for the Z, but if it has to be spent on purchasing a car, probably something like this...
Probably this for $104,000. 2010 Porsche 911 GT3.
Looks clean and I'd like to try my hand at one.
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1996 Caprice - Ugly and Nasty
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21,217 x $10 = $212,170
I almost don't quite no where to start.
For the wife's commuter, family sedan.
Tesla Model S (60kwh) in brown, $59,900...
Weekend and fun car.
Porsche Cayman S, blue, $62,100...
My commuter, snow car, dog car.
BMW x5 35d, dark grey, $60k...
and money to spare