For some. And I agree but refuse to grow up. The Sentra didn't match my level of game but it's close now L L Just playin. It's nice to have your 3yr old son ask if we can take the "super-fast car". Even nicer to start saying yes.adc100 said:You mod a car bc (for now) you have no big responsibilities (family to support) and a car is important to you. Young folks also (probably) feel that their car projects their identity. That will soon change
Expecting a return on a car? Yeah right... Classics/rare cars are the only worthwhile investments, in the automotive. And even then they are a money pit.OVOleg said:do expect a return out of this? if so, is it worth what you pay?
Heh. Perhaps the real confusion comes from realizing their sport compact "performance" car performs worse than the parent's family car, and they think they're but one loud, obnoxious, vibration inducing, warranty challenging two wheel horsepower mod away from being able to keep up with mom on the way home from the PTA meeting?OVOleg said:the idea of being faster by almost an un-noticable amount seems odd and to spend money on this is even more confusing