Originally Posted by mitchellsliberty View Post
also, i'm curious... how did you all manage to afford such a prestigious car such as a ferrari?
you don't have to be a kazillioniar to have or maintain a Ferrari. You may even purchase or lease one at a great less per month than one would expect, but you may be making such payments for a kazillion years....even with a healty downpayment
The DIYers [Do It Yourselfers] can do much and save tons of money but then there are the one-off 'things' which require a trained mechanic.
I suspect that if you start downloading the Buyer's guides on this site and reading more and more you'll start to pad your knowledge banks.
Then, you must ALWAYS not finance toys, passions at the expense of your daily living and future needs. That means even a typical car.
You'll have to know, that many of us, have gone into our 'senior' years [well some of us] and I didn't start acquiring a Ferrari until later in life...although I know many who started way younger than I.....depends.
What I'm saying, is many things are established in terms of income and less towards, say, other more needed expenses in life...then although it is not a toy, it almost fits that category in that I can certainly NOT have a Ferrari, but choose to do so.
not the end all advice/observation, but noteworthy and typical in many respects.
Welcome, and keep asking away, but like onno said, doing a search will get you tons of reading, THEN ask away.