Originally Posted by yurvalentine
17 y/o here, computers and cars all day erry day.
Aw yeah man
Originally Posted by roflcopter159
Yeah, that's basically all I do. College takes up a bit too much time and money for me to be able to save the kind of money required for this kind of build.
Even for me, having to pay for gas and insurance is a lot
considering my back is hurt and I'm only working 3-4 days a week, money is kinda tight
but I've managed to save enough for my rig though!
Originally Posted by rgwoehr
Glad to hear I'm not the only one that feels this way.
The only thing I like about driving my mom's Camry is that it's faster than my car. It's not a very comfortable car IMO, and it's very boring looking. I don't really see why they're so popular.
Oh oh oh I know why they're so popular! Because people who use those cars don't know anything about cars... Noticed that about a LOT of Toyota and most Honda drivers (but they're still not Toyota drivers, so yay?). I don't have a problem with Honda, Subaru, Mitsubishi, or Nissan- but I hate
every Toyota and Lexus in existence. they're either driven (From what I've seen) by grandmothers, idiots who throw fart cans on the back to seem cool, or people who frankly use their car as an appliance. Speaking of Lexus, I think the LFA is one of the ugliest things to ever roll on pavement Sure it's fast, but the engine screams like an 8 year old who didn't get a candy bar at the store... I'll take the manly noise of an LS engine any day.
Speaking of which, driving the Cammy was a blast
Living in the country isn't too bad.. I can do a burnout in broad daylight and never have a problem
and where my house is at is just a gigantic 1+ mile road of straight, flat asphalt. So that's me going 120+ in the dark on a country road with all the windows down and Amy Winehouse all the way up... Today was a good day gentlemen.