[quote name="Thrift Vader" url="/t/17839/cars-we-drive/20520#post_8329863"]you can read, right? or did you think i was joking when i said "next gen Classic"?
ie: no lot
. bought from beneath a junk pile before it was lost forever. paid $800 cash. engine is worth 4k. car is worth more, and climbing. i will never lose a penny on it, regardless of how much i put into it.
my car, wrench on my car, am currently painting my car, and am building it from the ground up to slay the local exotic car club at the track. no money lost, no second place.
smart is relative, i'm a Mechanic. not an electrician
. Elon's cars are good but......... is all i read or hear
450hp is easy to do. current setup is fine. it's an absolute snow beast. it's the wifes wagon. 300 is plenty.
First, I can only kinda read, I'm just not great at it, unfortunately, English is my native language. I thought you said it was worth 4x after you drove it home. It just reminded of the late night TV commercials where you hear 'we're selling our inventory at half of value' or the like. I have a really hard time believing you could've bought a Subaru and it instantly was worth 4x more after you bought it.
Second, caps lock is the best way to make a point online. Painting a car always helps re-sale as well.
Third, I'm not an electrician. Electrical engineers and physicists don't install wiring in your home as a sub-contractor.
Fourth, people can say that about every product. You can fantasize that a MacBook Pro was 10 times faster and Intel could help. Is a product worth the cost is the only real fundamental question.