I would have guessed you were 30-35 years old, your vocabulary and voice in general do not sound 59.MikeA said:Well, shit. I can't even be older than Bundas. I am 59, and fully/completely/irrevocable retired. As in never working again if I can help it.
All these 30 +/- year olds with Masers are making me feel really old. I am not begrudging you guys/gals, but I had to wait a lot longer to get the funds/balls/whatever to make the jump.
Enjoy your cars.
My next car is one of three - a new Maser if they keep their act together on the next generation, or next most likely a Gallardo, or, if they decide to sell me one at MSRP, an F430. I know the jump from a Maser to a G or F430 is huge, but I am hooked on these cars. Lets hope Maser comes through....
Get your Maser on the track where it really shines!!!!!
Dont wanna turn this into another thread so Ill try to be brief.bundas said:thanks for the vote on QP4 over AMV8 tell me what was so different? and since i live in boon docks have not available opportunity, mitchell (bundas)
MVP said:I would have guessed you were 30-35 years old, your vocabulary and voice in general do not sound 59.
Obvious what I do for a living, -06 Coupe GT and previous car was an 02 Spyder CC.
LOL.... oh it hurts, it hurts...BeeYouZeeZee said:12 year old video game and animation designer. First million at 10 (that was SO long ago). Own the QP and the coupe GS (Dad drives for now...). I'm one of the ORIGINAL Maserati fans (2002). When I bought, it was a toss up between the "rati" and the Scion. The "rati" is so way cooler even though Megan in my math class likes the H3 better (girls are sooo dumb!)
By the way... What schools do you guys go to?
I took out an auto loan for mine, but it was certaintly not to finance a lifestyle. I wear my $20 jeans, company shirt, and tennis shoes, no jewlery, no big house, nothing. Maserati to me isn't a lifestyle or a way of showing off. It's my passion, it's my life. No matter how much money I make, I'll always own one of these cars whether it's a $2,000 bi-turbo or a $70,000 coupe, or a $1,000,000 MC12.DeaneG said:Mike,
I'm about 18 months away from irrevocably retired, too. As for most of those 30 year olds with maseratis - at least us older guys aren't taking out auto loans to finance a lifestyle we hope to someday achieve...