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In my current locality, it wouldn't work for me. My income potential at my day job is much greater than my potential thrift income (long term) and my job also provides my family health benefits.
My wife, however, is planning on taking over the majority of it within the next year. Once we pay off some big credit card bills and refi our house, we'll be in a perfect position to give it a go. I'm trying to get her to read the thread in its totality, as well as memorizing the label and nail pattern thread. She's pretty good at it already, but needs more of the threads' specialized knowledge.
Sold a pair a few weeks ago....so did Spoo....but mine went for twice as much.
1965 German military pants. Great for outdoors/hunting. Some of the sturdiest pants I have ever come across.
RLBL cashmere shawl cardigan (from Gmmcl )
J. Crew micro gingham
Naked & Famous hemp selvage
Sulka shearling lined chukkas
Pantherella merino socks
Bradington Young chair
oh cool thanks for the reply. I wonder how much mine are worth (depends on whos buying I know) I only paid .10 cents for these, at least I didnt get ripped off lol he will probably hate them since I like them so much hehe
Also, this isn't a 'rari, but I would never ever ever kick it out of bed.
I've owned two different models of Supras in the past (a MKII and MKIII), but I'm not really digging this car ...it seems overstyled. Hopefully my opinion will be swayed seeing it in person.
I wonder if it will run into the same issue the previous Supra ran into: the brand name limitation. It may outperform and be more reliable than other cars in it's price category, but at a certain price point, people more often than not will go for the "recognizable luxury" name. The supra wasn't discontinued because they got worried they were selling too many of them. This perhaps should have been released as a Lexus model, a little brother to the LFA or something.
That's a great deal. I got WAY more than that for mine. If he is an outdoors kinda guy, he should like them. They will last another 50 years too.