50,000 to Replace My Vehicle

50,000 to Replace My Vehicle

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Everything is Bigger

Spring, TX

#1 Sep 13, 2013
It will cost $50,000 to replace my vehicle, so maybe we will just buy something of lesser value as our third vehicle. BTW, what do you drive?
Everything is Bigger

Spring, TX

#2 Sep 13, 2013
We liked the Eddie Bauer XP so much that we bought a second ExP, but my spouse said the payments would be lower. They were, but he didn't tell me they would be for SIX years. Anyway, they are great vehicles.

I want to say the EB was over $700.00 a month (ouch).

Again, it's not showboating. You need a vehicle that is high up for when the rains and hurricanes come. Also, if you own businesses, it's great.

Sometimes, however, when you have to move several things or procure several things, it's easier to get a U-Haul so you don't mess up your vehicles or have to wonder if things will fit. Maybe our next purchase should be a Van.
Maddy 4

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Sep 14, 2013
Everything is Bigger wrote:
We liked the Eddie Bauer XP so much that we bought a second ExP, but my spouse said the payments would be lower. They were, but he didn't tell me they would be for SIX years. Anyway, they are great vehicles.
I want to say the EB was over $700.00 a month (ouch).
Again, it's not showboating. You need a vehicle that is high up for when the rains and hurricanes come. Also, if you own businesses, it's great.
Sometimes, however, when you have to move several things or procure several things, it's easier to get a U-Haul so you don't mess up your vehicles or have to wonder if things will fit. Maybe our next purchase should be a Van.
Good Gawd ! Why on earth would you pay 50 thou for a used clunker and still have payments ??

Dam bird pooped on the windshield of Hubbas's Mazar and a nabes sprinklers wet the windshield of my Mazar my windshield - Whereupon Hubba and I went down and replaced last yeas Mazar's with 2 new Bents.
A mere $296,000 each for which we paid cash. Do so hate payments for an economy car that we will of course trade in at the end of the year- think I will go back to the newer Phantom Drophead Coupe Rolls-Royce's convertible at $443,000 each - For which of course we will pay cash on the spot.
Maddy 4

Los Angeles, CA

#5 Sep 14, 2013
So glad to see your 300 pound Spring TX Blowfish leader is still here - All decked out in her straw Stetson and 7.99 Target cowgirl boots encouraging you inbred happy clappers to continue in your idiotic comments. Now I can relax and prepare for our BBQ tonight knowing I have satisfied your miniscule brains sooooo obsessed with me.

Don't spend too long in the bar next to the Internet Café O.K.!!

LMAO muchly at you happy clapper tards.
Fathom this

United States

#6 Sep 16, 2013
Someone has never had a new vehicle
Calphalon Runner

Spring, TX

#7 Sep 21, 2013
Maddy 4 wrote:
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Good Gawd ! Why on earth would you pay 50 thou for a used clunker and still have payments ??
Dam bird pooped on the windshield of Hubbas's Mazar and a nabes sprinklers wet the windshield of my Mazar my windshield - Whereupon Hubba and I went down and replaced last yeas Mazar's with 2 new Bents.
A mere $296,000 each for which we paid cash. Do so hate payments for an economy car that we will of course trade in at the end of the year- think I will go back to the newer Phantom Drophead Coupe Rolls-Royce's convertible at $443,000 each - For which of course we will pay cash on the spot.
We buy our vehicles brand spanking new. Always have. Right now, I have enough saved up to put 20,000 down or I could put nothing down and make payments to buy a third vehicle. Or I could put 20,000 down on a silver stream or other camper kind of trailer. I would not care if it was a small Bambi kind of trailer as long as we could get out of the hectic city life and back to nature.

Never claimed to have Lil Wayne's 135 million net worth or even Barack Obama at 11 mil, partially thanks to Michelle and his book deals. The only thing I would consider buying used are books. As long as they are in good condition, who cares? I have gotten hard back books for what paperback cost.

I am debt-free. Can you say that?
Nabeyaki Udon

Spring, TX

#8 Sep 23, 2013
Cat got your tongue?

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