Both my master and I use our power wagons for estimates, but most people don’t know what they are, and they don’t cost as much as a vett or lambo.
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...
whenever I did an estimate in new 4 x 4 trucks I would ususlly get the comment of" gee you must be making some big money"...so I stopped using them for estimates...
and any small talk with customers I minimize what I have or own..some people try to get lots of details about your belongings to size you up...
I remember when I was a kid, my parents where getting estimates for a circular driveway and one of the guys showed up in a very expensive Mercedes Benz and my father commented to him that he wasnt going to be making his payments on it with the price he wanted...and he didnt get the job, the guy showing up in a pickup with cement splatter on it with tools got the job at a much better price..
I usually talk about them or their cats if they have any, the other day an oriental guy had a bunch of american WWII era model airplanes so I talked about that. Most people ask if business is good, if I have employees, I tell them it's okay, I never tell them I have too much work(I never do anyway) and I tell them I don't have any employees because there isn't enough work and to keep the standard high. They never ask more than that, some talk about motorcycles or some own a porche but I never let them know what I have.
But today I may have a little issue, I pulled the tarp off the car to wash it and google street view zoomed past the house. Problem is that my business on google has a picture of my house right up top. Luckily I had the van in front of the car but they'll see the vette at an angle. Good thing I painted the fascia and deck this summer it looked like crap before.
Sounds like you better test drive every model before you plunk down cash for one. There's many reasons the corvettes are so popular. You need to find out if you really like the lambo or if you just like the idea of a lambo. Maybe it's the supermodel who is terrible in bed..............I noticed right away how outdated the Gallardo was compared to my car. In mine I can take customer calls when driving, I have memory seats, front and back cameras, I can record going on the track and a bunch of other electronic stuff and I can select the stiffness of the suspension, adjust the sound level of the exhaust, the stiffness of the steering wheel etc. The Gallardo was a very basic car and it rode so damn stiff I imagined it like a go-cart riding on steel wheels, forget riding the car more than 30 minutes the seats were atrociously hard and very uncomfortable, after 10 minutes I wanted my car back or some cushions. The C7 seats are adjustable in everyway and I regularly drove 3 hours without problems. ..............
Definitely, I better be able to test the Huracan for an hour at least. It may be difficult though because I have the impression they won't let you drive it until you buy it.Sounds like you better test drive every model before you plunk down cash for one. There's many reasons the corvettes are so popular. You need to find out if you really like the lambo or if you just like the idea of a lambo. Maybe it's the supermodel who is terrible in bed.
You should look into the Hellcat.