Do you see yourself being into the same thing..
..20 years from now? 30 years from now? 40?
Or does the increase in spending power that one might accrue over the years (in an ideal world, anyway) mean that one moves onto pricier toys— trading in the BMW for a Porsche, let’s say, or the Porsche for a Ferrari?
If this were us in 40 years, we think we’d be content— spare tire notwithstanding 🙂 Seriously, though— we don’t think we could ever become too ‘good’ for something, be it a 2002 or a MkI Golf GTI. If we love these now – and boy, do we ever – we can’t imagine that feeling abating once we get thick around the middle, the hair turns gray, and (optimistically) there’s more money in the bank. We’ve always maintained that our problem wasn’t that we loved unattainable cars, but rather, that the number of cars we loved was too numerous to attain.
On the other hand, we understand that that’s not for everyone, and that increased funds could mean making what was once a dream into a reality.
What about you all?
(Image credit: James Laray)