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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.
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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.
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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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