Sports Car. Look around and see what you like. You might be into trnues, and I might like Mustangs. Get something about a year old say like an 06. It will save you a bunch of money, and even the insurance will be somewhat cheaper. Once you have a few miles under your belt, then you can start throwing the mods to it. You can crank out a lot of HP from a 6 cylinder engine. Finally, stay away from convertibles, insurance will jump up when you tell them that.good luck to you.
Since your 16 years old stick with a Honda. I drove a honda Del Sol Si when I was 16 and trust me they wrap up plenty fast if your just loonikg to have a little fun with your car. Don’t worry about big engines or turbos till you older.
It’s a relief to find someone who can explain things so well
Just another fr 說道：We are taklnig about BLATANT INFRINGEMENT of intellectual properties. When one learns, one always acknowledges the teacher/master’s role.r. Take the railway system, we all know that China got the fundamentals from Japan, France and Germany. That is fair as a process of learning.. What is not fair : after they thought they have copied all, they barred all competitions from Japan, France and Germany. Worse, they went on to boast about the GREAT LEAP FORWARD where they could train an novice in 10 days to master a train traveling at speed not experimented before in China. This is not improvement, this is blatant cheat. Worse, the general Chinese public’s safety is put at risk just for the sake of some Chinese Communist Party high officials ego and monetary gain.
Thanks for contributing. It’s helped me understand the issues.
A lot of us treat insurance like the weather; QuotesChimp gripe and complain but don’t do anything about it. Luckily, insurance is not like the weather. We can do something about prices that are too high and insurance departments that are biased in favor of the com�panies. But to do so we must get involved and we must have an agenda. And that is what the Consumers’ Agendas are about.
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