Whats more important. If you have a job that is like 20 miles away get the car and save up for the bike. If you can ride your new bike to the job get the bike. If you dont even have a job get the bike because gas is prices are going up.
A Used hadtail which isn't crap would be good, that way incase you don't have a bike you can have one for the mean time and have a vetteCOmtbiker12 said:Oh mygoodness.... decisions decisions. What if you got the Vette and then got a hardtail too? Might slow down restoration of the vette a bit but would allow you to do both. You could probably easily get a used hardtail/dh bike for under $1k that's setup pretty sweet and then get the car. That's what I'd do.
And considering most people get new dh bikes every year or two he coudl always get another one after he got some cash. Whereas the Vette is a lot more rare and one of those things that you'd probably keep for a lot longer especially if its a Vette of that calibre.freerider167 said:with chicks you can atleast burn more engergy and you wouldn't need any vissual or videos. Also if the vette is a one in a 100 thing and if the GTi you can get any time i would get the vette.
Lol. The Porsche might post a real threat depending on what kind it is. (I <3 Porsches )East Coast Bender said:Im gonna go for the fastest car in the school parking lot, i have to compete with a posche and a pimped out civic
Boxters are golf carts.East Coast Bender said:an 04 porche boxster and the civic has 550 hp
Speaking of golfs, once I get a job I'm getting a late 90s GTi.Red Bull said:Boxters are golf carts.
My vote is find a decent older car (Nova or the like), you can haul more, parts and insurance will be cheaper and you won't be quite the cop magnet. Or don't get a car at all - mtbrs w/o cars are usually better riders...East Coast Bender said:Thats what i was thinking, anyways a vette would be a pimp shuttle car
EastCoastBender: what picks up chicks, car or bike?lol
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