You have $1 million total to spend on 5 cars
What are they?
Ford GT $400k
Ferrari 488 GTB $250k
Nismo GTR $150k
Dodge Viper ACR $120k
Scion FR-S $30k
Spend the rest on upgrades for FR-S.
>Impreza 22B $40k
>WRX swap and some other mods for my Legacy ~$5k
>RX-7 Spirit R ~$50k
>Twingo with 1.4T swap and all the parts to restore it to like new ~$3k
>Lotus Carlton ~$25k
That's still barely $123k. I guess I'd spend the rest on a sweet house or something. A climate controlled 5+ car garage with a fuckton of tools and lifts? Plus furnishings for a mancave and whatever.
Damn I'm a poorfag, I wouldn't even really know what to do with 1 million dollars.
Mint condition 94 NSX
Whatever is a comfortable and nice to drive mid range executive car
Used Vantage V8 spyder o a similar Aston (depreciated)
Sell Zonda and berlinetta and use money to buy a comfy apartament and a nice villa in my home country. Invest leftover money and live off residual income.
If I have to spend every cent on cars, I'd get something like this
>a RWD shitbox for hooning, like an S14
>an AWD shitbox for winter hooning, like a Mazda 323 GTR
>a tiny lightweight hot hatch for shits and giggles, like a Peugeot 205 GTI
>something reasonably comfortable and spacious for traveling
Assuming this is Ameribux
>HSV Maloo R8 LSA ($90,000)
>FPV GT F 351 ($100,000)
>Honda NSX ($94,659)
>Honda S2000 ($20,000)
>Mitsubishi GTO MR ($15,000)
>Toyota Sprinter Trueno AE111 ($15,000)
>Nissan Silvia S15 ($15,000)
>Nissan Skyline GT-T R34 ($15,000)
>Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 ($60,000)
>Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type A ($54,508)
>Ford Falcon XB coupe ($40,000, I know what I got)
$930,244.72 to spare. For good measure I'll buy a base model ND Miata because I've always wanted to try one of these things and shove the rest in to gather interest. $27,907.34 a year at a 3% interest rate for fuel, rego, etc., plus whatever job I'll have at the end.
All trims in every color offered.
Mitsubishi evo 10 final edition -$68000
Nissan GTR - $180000
Alpha ronin mod for the GTR - $99000
upgrades for evo 10 - $50000-$100000
Maintenance of cars and other costs of running cars for 10 years is whatever is left over
lmao being this delusional.
Evo outperforms and outlasts sti on any pavement repeatedly.
Sure subi sells more becauae every stance fag vaping autist is after muhhh boxer rumble and buy into symmetrical awd meme.
2016 Ford GT - $400k
2016 Dodge Viper ACR - $120k
2016 Chevrolet Corvette z06 - $90k
2016 Ford Shelby GT350R - $65k
1971 Chevrolet Corvette c3 Stingray - $50k
1965 Chevrolet Corvette c2 Stingray - $150k
2017 Ford F150 SVT Raptor - Not out yet but maybe $50k
1969 Pontiac GTO the Judge - Up to $75k
Volvo P1800ES 20k
BMW Clownshoe S54 30k
Mercedes 300TD or 280CE W123 15k
Ferrari 599 with the gated manual. 200k
VW Transporter doublecab porsche swapped 50k
Buick Roadmaster LT1 5k
If you need the whole million you must be a boy-racer.
Best list coming through
997 GT2 $150k
V Wagon $60k
Denali 3500 SRW $70k
LJ Rubicon $30
Fleetwood Talisman $20k
M35A2C 6x6 and M35A2 bobbed dump bed 4x4 $30k
2018 G63 AMG w portals $200k (for wifey)
$300k on gas, diesel, tyres, oil, insurance, parts, and tools
>Finding a 993 GT2 for under a million
Why would you do anything other than fund your own P2 team?
One Zytek Z11SN and four twingos.
>not applying for an EB-5 foreign investor's Green Card with the intent to invest $500,000 in a targeted employment area to create or preserve ten full time jobs, subject to review to revoke or turn into an unlimited Green Card after two years, and then spending the other $500,000 (minus housing) on cars once you're moving to the US, maybe taking one or two with you from Europe and buying the rest there depending on availability
Look, I'm only talking about it and my chart is already going up!
Mercedes 280SL Pagode Mint ~200k
Mercedes SL65 AMG Black Series ~250k
Mercedes S500 Bluetec or S350 Bluetec ~150k
Chevrolet Silverado/Nissan Titan Pre-Runner Conversion
Mercedes C63 AMG Weistec
Ariel Atom Supercharged
- Aston Martin V12 Vanquish 170k
- Ferrari 458 Italia Speciale 290k
- Porsche 911 997 Gt3 RS 4.0 340k
- Bmw Z8 149k
- Mercedes-Benz C63 Amg coupe 51k
All used, of course. With this list, i have a V12 front, V8 back, V8 front + cab, Flat 6 who will never lose value and great for the track. And the Amg for DD
Lexus GS F (100k)
Porsche Cayenne GTS (120k)
Lamborghini Huracan (250k)
Ferrari 458 Speciale (300k)
Then buy a Porsche Macan (80k) for Mum, a F-Type (90k) for bro, and a Lexus GX (60k) for dad.
All in all, thats 1 million bucks spent.
But being realistic, I would just buy a Lexus GS F and keep 670k to buy a house.
- Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 6 / Ralliart
- Peugeot 205 T16 Evo 2
- BMW M3 E36 in mint factory condition
Pour the rest into a team of engineers dedicated to fixing my wannabe Group B driving crashes.
Also probably some doctors.
BMW E39 M5 Estate
rebuild my current road car with slight upgrades
That's it. Use the M5 to tow the NSX or F40 to racetracks. F40 will recieve competizione body, NSX will receive widebody lower drag high downforce treatment & supercharger.
At first i thought about having a F12 or a Aventador, but they're too expensive and they're not "unique" enough to keep their value over time...
But i wish i could have chosen a 599GTO thought, but too expensive (in my country you find them between 450-700k€ ...)
Cheap ones will do that.
If I HAD to spend it on cars it would be
>Mid 90s Viper GTS R
>Raptor then modify the suspension
Then spend the rest on various bikes.
991 GT3 RS - 200k
NSX-R + Mods - 200k
FD3S + Mods - 40k
Mods for my STi - 20k
BNR34 Z-Tune - 250k
rest for parts, tires, gas, insurance
Ford Focus RS
Subaru WRX STI
Nissan GT-R Nismo
and finally, an Alfa Romeo 8c. That'd be the prize of the collection.
Also, I would build a large house with a large garage that has great security. Can't risk anything happening to my pretties.
Ferrari 488 $500k
Electric DeLorean $200k
'66 Batmobile Replica $200k
Porsche Cayman $100k
I'd prefer a Wrangler over the Batmobile but if I got that I wouldn't know what to spend the other $150k on.
22b Rx7 Spirit R
2012 Mustang GT w/ SLP Exhaust
Early 2000s Impress STI built for DD
Spend the majority of the remainder custom building two 7th Gen Celicas into an AWD high hp monster, and a RWD track car. I have an insatiable love for Celicas with the TRD kit.
Mk4 supra tt 40k
Evo IX MR 20k
Mawds for my 240sx 20k
Viper t/a 80k
The rest on a place with a garage to put them in and maintainence/mods
>2016 sierra 2500 denali duramax CCLB SRW - 70k
>2016 cts-v sedan - 105k
>2016 c7 z06 3lz vette - 125k
>80s monte carlo, stripped and turned to a pro touring car - 100k
>80s k5 blazer, fully restored with a 6.2L vortec and 1 ton axles and a little lift - 30k
not even a half million
1.000.000 US-Dollar = 923.744,862 Euro
>Mistubishi Lancer Evolution VII - 20.000€ (Used)
price is a bit hard to estimate as unmodded cars with LHD are extremely hard to find
>Toyota GT86 - 32.000€ (New)
>Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Transefer 55 - ? (New)
no idea what this costs a regular Sprinter maxes out at about 110.000€, so since the Transfer has a larger engine available, i'm guessing somewhere between 150.000€ and 250.000€
>Audi RS6 Avant - 130.000€ (New)
>Ford XC Falcon - ~30.000€ - 50.000€ (used, after restauration/repairs)
Price is really hard to estimate and includes shipping to Germany
So i have somewhere between 370.000€ and 250.000€ left to spend on gas, insurance, taxes and repairs.
If getting the manufacturer to make a brand new car is an option then I'll take:
Trueno AE86 with Formula Atlantic 4AGE - basically the same fucking car from the cartoon
Skyline GT-R N1 BNR32
RX-7 Spirit R FD3S
Integra Type R DC2
Probably a Camry, fuck it
2nd gen CTS-V (not sure which bodystyle, can I have all 3?)
1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS454
1st gen NSX
Subaru Impreza (unsure if WRX or STI)
Ferrari and Lamborghini may be fun and all, but I feel that answer is boring.