For a guy that loves his cars, I thought his question was kinda stupid.
I think of myself as a car lover, and I would not dream of asking what a
good car is. I know how to find a car under 20k, and I know what I think is
AND, he posted this message on several different newsgroups. The only RIGHT
answer is a BMW, my preference in his price range would be something like an
'02 3 Series, give or take a year or two.
I don't know............. There are a few Fiat sporty cars like the X19 (most
have rusted away) Then there are the Korean KIA sports car (Ho Ho Ho) then there
are a few psudo-sports cars like the 3 series 320 convert' or even the FORD GT
but then he might have to take a driving test!
Sir Hugh of Bognor
The difference between men and boys is the price of their toys.
Intelligence is not knowing the answer but knowing where and how to find it!
Bognor Regis, W.Sussex, England, UK
It wasn't the most reliable vehicle ever made, though. We'll never
forget, the night he test-drove it and we were discussing whether he
should buy it (used). We were wondering how reliable a Fiat would be,
and I said "Well, how bad could it be?"
Pretty bad, it turns out. 8)
So, to this day many years later, between us the phrase "how bad could
it be" is an inside joke meaning that it could in fact be pretty bad.
Did you sell your gold chains with the car?
Why spend $20k? You should be able to pick up a '98 Caddy for under $8k.
Thanks for the links after your sign-off, the equivalent of walking around
Warsaw wearing a sandwich board.
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