Need help buying a car!?
Well I make 17.00 full time 40 hours a week. Im going to save up 10000 for a down payment for a used car and sell my civic for 2000 grand for registration and insurance. total of 12000 my payments are only my insurance which im currently under my name 200 for reg for my 97civic (which im 19 years and going to pay high) state farm. my phone bill around 75 bucks and thats all what price range should i look into when buying a car? Which ill tell you right now im looking for the latest newer model i can afford of Mustang GT, 350/70z, Honda si, or maybe a FRS scoin. Somthing with speed or accleration. And dont tell me to buy a sentry with turbo cause i have two balls not one lol
Asked By: Robert Duran - 9/11/2012
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Answered By: SPIFIMAN1 - 9/12/2012
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It sounds like as long as you don't go too crazy, you can get pretty much anything reasonable. I know several who have invested in the 350/70z and not been disappointed. Personally, if I didn't have to worry about seating, I would purchase a Honda S2000.
Answered By: Ashley - 9/12/2012
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