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post #196 of 228
Please, someone move this POS loser thread into the DT department!
post #197 of 228
Is the OP Asian and living in southern CA by chance?

A good car they cant afford is the very first thing they slavate over after graduation.
post #198 of 228
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Originally Posted by UnFacconable View Post
6. GF will have plenty of friends blowing $600 a month on drugs, booze, food, clothes, etc. If he forgoes all of that for a car, more power to him. If he wants to have it all, obviously finances will be tight with the car. Everyone has to make their own decisions.


Just to act as a counter weight to a thread full of good advice...

It's not the greatest financial decision in the world, but it's far from the disaster that people are making it out to be. "what if you get fired in 2 months". Then sell the car. People act as if he did go through with this and something went wrong he's going to be in some sort of perplexing dilemma that's unsolvable without selling off a limb.

Any financial guru will tell you that you should instantly, I mean fucking instantaneously leverage your ass to the HILT straight out of school. Bury yourself in debt. You'll know that you're deep enough when you calculate your monthly expenses and something as minor as a higher wind resistance on any given day would increase your gas expenses just enough so that the entire house comes falling down and you go chapter 7. That's the edge you're lookin' for, and you wanna ride that as long as possible.
post #199 of 228
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Just to act as a counter weight to a thread full of good advice...

Bury yourself in debt. You'll know that you're deep enough when you calculate your monthly expenses and something as minor as a higher wind resistance on any given day would increase your gas expenses just enough so that the entire house comes falling down and you go chapter 7. That's the edge you're lookin' for, and you wanna ride that as long as possible.
Now THAT is living on the edge.
post #200 of 228
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Originally Posted by suited View Post
Just to act as a counter weight to a thread full of good advice...

It's not the greatest financial decision in the world, but it's far from the disaster that people are making it out to be. "what if you get fired in 2 months". Then sell the car. People act as if he did go through with this and something went wrong he's going to be in some sort of perplexing dilemma that's unsolvable without selling off a limb.

Any financial guru will tell you that you should instantly, I mean fucking instantaneously leverage your ass to the HILT straight out of school. Bury yourself in debt. You'll know that you're deep enough when you calculate your monthly expenses and something as minor as a higher wind resistance on any given day would increase your gas expenses just enough so that the entire house comes falling down and you go chapter 7. That's the edge you're lookin' for, and you wanna ride that as long as possible.

Why?
post #201 of 228
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Originally Posted by suited View Post

Any financial guru will tell you that you should instantly, I mean fucking instantaneously leverage your ass to the HILT straight out of school. Bury yourself in debt. You'll know that you're deep enough when you calculate your monthly expenses and something as minor as a higher wind resistance on any given day would increase your gas expenses just enough so that the entire house comes falling down and you go chapter 7. That's the edge you're lookin' for, and you wanna ride that as long as possible.



Sigged.
post #202 of 228
LOL @ thread.
post #203 of 228
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post
fuck you

have you decided what kind of water you should drink?

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=135125

i lol

honestly, this thread is not as epic as it could have been because OP is fairly reasonable and receptive to advice.
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Not to highjack teh thread, but can someone help me out and tell what kind of whater I should drink?
post #205 of 228
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Not to highjack teh thread, but can someone help me out and tell what kind of whater I should drink?

I recommend Voss if you just graduated. I would also shower with this water too.
post #206 of 228
Thread Starter 
guys i got a bmw as my first car!! it's a 2004 330i with the performance package. Ultra rare. Ultra low miles. 6 speed manual. e46 zhp ftw! now time to buy some angel eyes and a cold air intake this is the car I bought! http://www.autotrader.com/fyc/vdp.js...standard=false
post #207 of 228
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guys i got a bmw as my first car!!

it's a 2004 330i with the performance package. Ultra rare. Ultra low miles. 6 speed manual.



e46 zhp ftw! now time to buy some angel eyes and a cold air intake

this is the car I bought!

http://www.autotrader.com/fyc/vdp.js...standard=false

Nice, congrats, enjoy!
post #208 of 228
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post
guys i got a bmw as my first car!!

it's a 2004 330i with the performance package. Ultra rare. Ultra low miles. 6 speed manual.



e46 zhp ftw! now time to buy some angel eyes and a cold air intake

this is the car I bought!

http://www.autotrader.com/fyc/vdp.js...standard=false




What interest rate did you get?
post #209 of 228
Thread Starter 
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Nice, congrats, enjoy!
thanks! the beauty of this deal is that I can drive it for 2-3 years, and probably sell it close to the purchase price. there were literally three people who came in after me who wanted to buy the car outright without even haggling, but since i came first they honored me. one guy was calling from ny saying he was ready to buy it without even seeing it first. this is an ultra rare deal, considering the rare performance package, low miles, and low price (for a stealership). overall, VERY happy!
post #210 of 228
Good choice, that is a very clean car. Enjoy!
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