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So we all conscious buying an old luxury car on a modest budget is a bad idea…and I don’t mean bad like “oh it’s a bit of a challenge and it costs a few more bucks than expected” bad. I mean the “was I nuts. ” style of bad. For someone like me (who admittedly loses about 99% of all objectivity when it comes to most forms of them new horseless carriages), it does pose an interesting question: is it credible – with a modest budget – to get a big, old luxury car that... Now I’m not talking about a daily driver per se , but something that isn’t always just a pile of rusty, greasy nuts n’ bolts on the floor of your garage. something you can get on a moderately challenging road trip, enjoy during the weekend or every other evening after work and something that, ideally, won’t break down every mercy mile. Doesn’t seem like such a tall order does it. You’d be surprised…. Sure, there are superbly engineered cars which were made to last a lifetime, stuff bursting of high quality materials and that will be far more trustworthy and lasting than any modern electronic dependent, plasticy thing. But even those will reach breaking point if not properly cared for. So if even the roach equivalents of the auto in all respects – and I say “roach” in the nicest, most caring way possible – need attention, let alone the more sensitive stuff. In any case, whenever you’re thinking about parting with a few of your cruel earned cash to buy a used car, keep in mind that there’s absolutely no substitute for good previous ownership. Timely maintenance and not half assing repairs is basic, especially in big, heavy cars which are more prone to parts wear, so the guy who’s been driving your new old baby for the last few years needs to have kept a close eye on things. Admittedly, it can be captivating to get a dirt cheap little fixer upper, but your wallet and brain will both justifiably beat you savagely for that decision in no time. Spend a little bit more and get something that’s been loved and that’s accompanied by a respectable service history. But before starting to write checks with many zeros (more than one is many for me. don’t judge), there are a couple more things to keep in mind. Number one: are you adept with a wrench. Yeah, you’ll need to start giving it a shot. Of course that if you’re thinking about getting this kind of ride (old, big, TLC dependent), you’re already a car oriented guy/girl so you won’t be perfectly clueless, but sometimes there’s stuff that not being exactly difficult, has a very specific... Getting a good car to begin with doesn’t mean it won’t need a lot of your attention, it most indubitably will, so pick up your Haynes or equivalent workshop manual and start to tackle small stuff if you’re a novice, working up to bigger challenges... This brings me to emergency number two: space. I just recently dropped one of my cars at a garage because I didn’t have the space to work on it. Personally I loathe going to mechanics/shops, every lone time a little bit of my soul dies. But having no garage, no space whatsoever to work on, I have no choice when it comes to jobs that can’t be done in one day/sitting. If like me you have the horrid misfortune of living in an apartment building but got a buddy/family member who has a big garage or warehouse or whatever somewhere across or outside of town and you fantasize you can stop by on the weekends or after... You’ll never, ever go. I’m speaking from experience. Any car that will require more frequent attention from you needs to be right there, somewhere you see it every sole day, otherwise it will remain broken or neglected forever. No matter how much you try to fight it, when the car isn’t close, anything and everything gets in the way of going to it. From sheer laziness and procrastination to realistic time consuming responsibilities, it will always be an “I should go and work...
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