Join Date: Jan 2007
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Ferrari Life Posts: 6,203
Sorry Boxer, I am not sure I understand the goal of asset distrubution mentioned concerning cars or any other item.
Passion is difficult to reason in terms of percentages. IF one is a car 'nut' [and I am talking certified] then percentages have no meaning and there is never enough to include > 100%. That is, some go into debt to acquire beyond their net wealth, not to mention they go into debt to maintain them. I know of at least two persons who have disolved marriages/relationships and still spend more at the peril of health and prolonged debt to maintain whatever goal they are trying to obtain.
I have even purchased when I shouldn't, but some lights seem to blind the better part of common sense.
For example: How many of us have learned the 'hard way' of acquiring a vehicle with stars in our eyes only to find we are [even temporarily] out of our league in repair costs to bring that item to specs, but [and I'm stupid in this regard] have continued on to make 'it whole'.
IF I take your 'reasonable' word as the key here, then only utility vehicles need apply. Otherwise it would be like buying several toasters where only one realy suffices.
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