You have 25k to your disposal what used car do you get? Must be daily driver! I'll start e46 m3?
I'd buy this exact Nissan Patrol and use the remaining $2500 on a large LED-bar for the roof & an oil change
Probably best bang for buck. But gross all wheel drive. Nothing like taking a corner in a RWD.
Not getting a turbo to save yourself from the embarrassment of driving a wagon.
I wouldn't daily a E46 M3, too expensive to run.
But with 25k you can buy a E46 M3 and a old beater for daily drive
Never thought I'd like a Swedish car company the 200 series are pretty but hot Damn the s60r might be the best looking sedan ever
Why have I actually never thought about that
15k with 10k to outfit the 230 sq ft box. Fuck yea.
I'm curious too.
I know the special oil for M3s gets a bit expensive relative to other vehicles and obviously driving a performance vehicle is going to be more expensive than driving a commuter car for fuel, but what else?
gxp might be too much but I'd get a GT and throw some siq mauds in it if I had too
have fun with your rear subframe lol
z3 coupe master race
immaculate e39 m5 for like 18 or 20
safe the rest for repairs and maintenance
>Not also looking into E60 M5
In my area they can be found for as cheap as $18k
Yeah it'd be an absolute pain in the dick to repair. On yourself and wallet.
Honestly, I think I'd grab a Hyundai Genesis Sedan R Spec.
>comfy 5.0L V8 with 430hp
>comfy but non-landyacht ride and handling
I've been looking for a comfy, larger sedan lately and I've really been attracted to the Genesis R Spec.
Evo and about 5k for maintenance.
1962 Buick Electra 225 4 door hardtop. Any remaining money would go into hydraulics, paint, and upholstery.
>DDing a car
Do you guys all live in the city working desk jobs?
How do you get rid of your trash, get fire wood, move furniture, tow your; boat, sleds, 4wheelers, mower, other cars; plow snow, pull your buddy out a ditch, make bitches wet, piss off hippies, off-road, and park in the preferred customer slots at exit of Home Depot?
Not everyone has these hobbies, and even here in the part of the world where everyone above 18 has a license and most guys their own car I'd say not even 10% would be able to properly secure a snowmobile on the bed of a pickup, or drive properly with a trailer
You can use them just fine, its just that people themselves are not intelligent enough to properly use them
I've done my part plenty of times; helping friends and people I know transport sleds, cars and whatnot both on beds and trailers (I've gotten an extended license so I can tow 3.5 ton trailers instead of just 750kg), I transport gear and vehicles for my local Red Cross, musical equiment for my father and his band, snowgroomer parts & snowmobiles at work... ratchet straps are love, ratchet straps are life
Pic related; the trailer was a bit wider than I remembered