:vs_laugh:This guy is clearly not married. Spends 17 years in the basement neglecting family ....i wish
Feel like i spend my life in a van, i dont even know why i pay a mortgage, should just have a sleeping bag next to the eel<img src="http://www.plumbingzone.com/images/smilies/vs_laugh.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Vs Laugh" class="inlineimg" />This guy is clearly not married. Spends 17 years in the basement neglecting family ....i wish
Clearly you don't understand that married life is exactly what causes a man to spend 17years in a basement! <img src="http://www.plumbingzone.com/images/smilies/devil.png" border="0" alt="" title="Devil" class="inlineimg" />
Or when you have a dirt floor basement, a shed instead. <img src="http://www.plumbingzone.com/images/smilies/wink.png" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" />
I saw a white Gallardo this weekend and I wasn't impressed at all. The black one that I drove the other week with the modified front bumper and wing was nice but this one is starting to make me rethink about the model. Sure I'd get a hard top but on this white one I hate rag tops and it had fugly gold exhaust tips. When a 488 Pista Ferrari owner and his buddy told me the Gallardo was crap it it got me to think about it a little more.
I prefer the Huracan by a long shot and the same day I saw one drive by but by the time I got in my car the traffic boxed me in.
I ordered a 1:18 Huracan diecast to compare. I'll have to save up a lot longer for a Huracan than a Gallardo!
I've watched a ton on the gallardos, many videos from a guy who has one the next province over, they seem to be good cars other than the e-gear clutch. Also you can get some parts with the Audi logo or Folk's Wagon to save some cash. Ed was more in Murcielago I think but I'll take a look.Ed Bolian who runs the vinwiki youtube channel used to sell lamborghinis and owns several. He often talks about the differences in his videos and seems to make some very good points about each model. I highly suggest you watch some of his videos.
now you can go on estimates in the new company car....I guess it's time to show what I got myself for all those soap stories. It was either that or getting myself a phycologist. I bought it last January, a C7 Stingray Corvette, I put on a few cosmetic enhancements and I drove the hell out of it all summer. I love it and it seriously relieved the stresses from crazy jobs or crazy customers and to relieve the drama at the end of the day.
Everyone was trying to shoot down my idea of getting a Corvette because they are way more expensive up here but I bought it anyway. I'm still saving up for a Lambo! :biggrin:
They still want to shoot down my idea of my dream car. Too bad for them I'm clawing my way to the top, I've no time to lag behind with them.
2nd picture, dragon's mouth.
I don't know about that, there's 2 point of views. The first one I lean on heavily is that people will see that I make too much money and they'll think I'll be overcharging and cheating them.now you can go on estimates in the new company car....
aint that the truth...I use my work van for estimates, but I keep it waxed and shiny, so it looks nice but doesnt show excess $$ spent on a vehicle...I don't know about that, there's 2 point of views. The first one I lean on heavily is that people will see that I make too much money and they'll think I'll be overcharging and cheating them.
On the other hand, is that they'll think of hiring the successful plumber. I doubt many think that way.
Then there's the problem of having a commercial plate and having to track my every move with a bunch of documents as proof.
I haven't seen real estate agents in real life to tour houses to potential customers in a super car.