Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by RichUser, Jul 5, 2009.
Having a difficult time picking between the two color variations. Would love to hear feedback.
I have always personally preferred black cars however they are hell to keep looking nice and clean so I wont buy another one. However that is just my op.
If the stripes on the black one was in white then I would get it.
If not the yellow.
Wow RichUser...after seeing you grow from your Journey to Victory thread and such I can say I'm very jealous and happy to see you are having such success!!!
Def. the black and red, btw.
Black and orange FTW.
The black one FTW
Definitely the black one
I hate both actually, but I would choose the yellow one if I had to. You should get a new paintjob
get the black, nice cars. I am horrible with cars but, is that a camaro. I hope i am right so people don't assume i'm a dumbass
Google Images said that was a Chevy Camaro, and it's very similar to the OP's picture, so I think so
Get the black one mate, looks a lot more menacing
So is the yellow car simply ugly, or is it still attractive, just the black one is more attractive?
I plan on modifying it a lot as in adding a rear wing, wheel lights, change the grill, vertical doors, and hockey stripes. Thing is that with the yellow one, the modifications would look more natural with, and better.
The yellow one looks far too common. If you want someone t go pfffft look at that poser, then go for the yellow. If you want more like, "that car is sick!" then get the black one.
The black one is nice!! but I dunno if can live with that red interior..
I guess you'll be changing your avatar pretty soon..
Yellow is downright trashy on american cars... if it was italian that'd be a whole other story.
I truly hope that you are not going to modify it like a boy racer douche would... keep it classy man.
People who make 1000 a day do not drive around redneckmobiles, well actually maybe they do - the people making a million a year that I know surely don't though. Hopefully you'll be there soon
What are you a doing a day currently Richuser? Seemed like you were doing pretty good on your journey thread-
I've grown an attraction though to the yellow version. That picture I had in the opening post isn't a great picture of it.
I'm doing about $3,000-$4,000/day at the moment.
I guess if american cars are your thing, then its nice - cash for clunkers will get you another 4500-9000 too...
IMHO, I'm just sick and tired of US automakers creating this whole "modern retro" fad - it just shows the current standing of the US auto industry: Uncreative and trying to live in their past victories...what do you expect with a board of directors as old as the hills. Its a shame they can't see the future.
Bravo sir! You are being quite prudent with your income I must say. Just invest in a cashflowing asset and have the asset pay for an even nicer car. Then once he car is paid off in a couple years, you still have the car, the asset, and the cashflow, which you can use to buy yet another car. Not to mention you get to keep the other car as well since it was financed and not leased!
It's a pleasant sound to my hears to hea that someone is making that much through IM per day and is actually getting paid that amount too.
I know what you're saying, but I'm just young, and just looking to ride something flashy to my first year of college.
Well, I definitely have an investment plan related to business and plan to get into media buys. Current objective is a $15,000-$20,000/daily net revenue by the end of the year. It's all within grasp as long as I keep my head in the game. I have a lot of experience with affiliate marketing, so at this point, it's it's all a matter of taking the opportunity.
Where are you going to college?
That is for sure. Stay focused and don't let your ego take you down. You sound like you are a pretty logical person, so it doesn't seem like that problem will arise. Just be aware of it and keep it in check.
Have you consolidated to one network now that you don't have anything to hide? Or are you still using black hat techniques?
Black cars rule.
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