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15 hours ago, Dead Planet said:

There are quite a few vehicles made in North America but the parts come from the US, Canada and Mexico and some from Europe so the answer I think is no.....

That's exactly what I'm saying

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I plan to test drive several cars...A4, 330i and G70....but not for a month or 2.....it is still winter as far as I'm concerned so not exactly in a rush....

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Damn I've been checking insurance costs for the BMW and Audi and it is ridiculous.....I'm thinking about going with a North American car.....may take a hard look at a new Mustang GT.....insurance for it is about half the cost of the other 2....at least those are the numbers I see online, reality may be different....

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On 4/12/2021 at 11:42 PM, Dead Planet said:

Damn I've been checking insurance costs for the BMW and Audi and it is ridiculous.....I'm thinking about going with a North American car.....may take a hard look at a new Mustang GT.....insurance for it is about half the cost of the other 2....at least those are the numbers I see online, reality may be different....

I told you before.When you retire it's time to start cutting back.

My sister who is older than me is still working because she likes leasing a new Lexus every couple of years.

I prefer not to have to work and am happy with my Suburu !

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50 minutes ago, nyoilers said:

I told you before.When you retire it's time to start cutting back.

My sister who is older than me is still working because she likes leasing a new Lexus every couple of years.

I prefer not to have to work and am happy with my Suburu !

Yeah there is something in what you say ....the one thing I am sure of is that my time left is getting shorter every day and I want to enjoy the years I have left without being overly concerned about finances ... there's not much sense in going to the grave with a full bank account.... being overly cautious may feel safe but it is not always the best approach... in a way it might be best if we all had expiry dates, then you could be broke when you finally drop....:)

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5 hours ago, Dead Planet said:

Yeah there is something in what you say ....the one thing I am sure of is that my time left is getting shorter every day and I want to enjoy the years I have left without being overly concerned about finances ... there's not much sense in going to the grave with a full bank account.... being overly cautious may feel safe but it is not always the best approach... in a way it might be best if we all had expiry dates, then you could be broke when you finally drop....:)

I'm sure that we could pick out our end date if we really wanted to but I'd rather not go there.

Plus for me having a new ,expensive car isn't that thrilling as it used to be.I'd rather spend my money on other enjoyable things.

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1 hour ago, nyoilers said:

I'm sure that we could pick out our end date if we really wanted to but I'd rather not go there.

Plus for me having a new ,expensive car isn't that thrilling as it used to be.I'd rather spend my money on other enjoyable things.

Hookers and blow?

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19 minutes ago, nyoilers said:

Sweet Oblivion releases 

I'd rather get high. ;}

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