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  1. #1
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    Cars forBillionaires.

    Honestly I usually drive cars for utility. Good in the New England weather, has the features I need and will last until I've driven it into the ground.

    But I have to admit, these cars look pretty nice.


    http://money.cnn.com/gallery/autos/2...ars/index.html


    Bill Cosby on the suibject.


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    Heh. Classic Cosby bit no doubt.

    Some nice cars there and even though I'm sure I'd fall in love with it if someone gave me one. I've never been a range rover fan.
    I'm your mama, I'm your daddy
    I'm that nigga in the alley
    I'm your doctor when in need
    Want some coke, have some weed
    You know me, I'm your friend
    Your main boy, thick and thin

    I'm your pusherman
    I'm your pusherman

    Ain't I clean, bad machine
    Super cool, super mean
    Dealin' good for the Man,
    Superfly, here I stand
    Secret stash, heavy bread
    Baddest bitches in the bed

    I'm your pusherman
    I'm your pusherman
    I'm your pusherman

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    Yeah the Range Rover doesn't belong.

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    If I were extremely rich I would probably have a Tesla for everyday driving and a Prius when I was going outside of the city. Cars are just utility to me - and the best kind of car is one that is paid off and has great gas mileage.
    "We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be."
    -Kurt Vonnegut "Mother Night"

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    I don't like cars. I always drive below "my pay grade". I'm not one to wrench on them, I don't admire them, I don't enjoy them. My wife drives a 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan and I drive a 2004 Impala. I'll trade the Caravan in in three-four years when it's paid off (so I have one with a warranty) and I'll run the Impala into the ground and then spend maybe $5,000 replacing it. I'd rather put my money somewhere else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridgeburner View Post
    I don't like cars. I always drive below "my pay grade". I'm not one to wrench on them, I don't admire them, I don't enjoy them. My wife drives a 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan and I drive a 2004 Impala. I'll trade the Caravan in in three-four years when it's paid off (so I have one with a warranty) and I'll run the Impala into the ground and then spend maybe $5,000 replacing it. I'd rather put my money somewhere else.
    Same here. As long as the car gets me where I'm going with A/C and a decent radio, I'm fine. The biggest thrill I get from cars is seeing how long I can drive them before I call a garage to tow them away. Love the new trend of trading your car in for charity since they'll tow it away for free and it's a tax deduction.


    Still, that Ferrari does look sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFan2003 View Post
    Same here. As long as the car gets me where I'm going with A/C and a decent radio, I'm fine. The biggest thrill I get from cars is seeing how long I can drive them before I call a garage to tow them away. Love the new trend of trading your car in for charity since they'll tow it away for free and it's a tax deduction.


    Still, that Ferrari does look sweet.
    I look at it like this; if I'm done with a car and it's worth more than $300 then I didn't drive it long enough haha.

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