Also I had dibs on the next Rental8 FJ special lease.
*Bear growls and runs perimeter*
"BEAR CHECK - COMPLETE"
BTW, it would be a hooty hoot to actually drive the R8 on the road going to the Cabin, the highway obviously.
This is a little loop I like to do occasionally. I did it several times, almost died probably half the time, in the 930.
SOOOO much fun, as you can imagine.
I call dibs on the 3 remaining good rims after the first Illinois pothole.
holy balls man, congratulations!! Stoked for you!!
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Definition of this decision: YOLO.
Same basic reason I'm DDing my cayman right now.. no kids (for the forseeable future), good job, just do it
Smooremin - please actually get some good use out of it. It'd be a total waste to occasionally drive it 5 blocks to work.
Track day insurance won't be cheap on that, but it will be worth it to go thrash it around a track once or twice
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Its basically gonna be my every(nice)day car. The A6 is going to go her and the A4 should go to my father. If it doesnt, its lease is up in 7 months so it wont be around long.
I have already looked into go to Autobahn Country Club for a track day, but I am unsure if I really want to do that. I also plan on taking it Minneapolis at least once if not twice. Lastly, if I dont get to drive it as much the first 20 months, and I have some miles built up, I am going to take an extended road trip in it
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I feel like I have way more patience than I would have if I had kids when it was "expected". And financially we were in a much better starting position than we would have been earlier as well. There is nothing cheap about kids, whether it is $1200/mo in daycare, $200/mo in diapers and formula or just keeping up with clothes that get too small in a hurry.