I want to know where I can buy a Gallardo for $75k.
yeah, does not exist.. unless wrecked...
back in 09, after the beverly hills lambo scandal you could get a superleggera for 125 and a standard gallardo for around 75-85... but lately the only gallardo's under 95 are yellow 04's w/ the problematic E-gear (you'llmax our your CC's fixing it)
Are you asking this question seriously or as a joke? It's kind of rude to ask people their income, or at least that's how I was raised. YMMV.
Take a sheet of paper. Make two columns. List your annual income(s) in the left column and all of your annual expenses in the right (everything! including beer money, entertainment, clothing, etc.). Include a percentage of your overall income to set aside for savings for rainy days (aka hard times which come to everyone at some point or another) and put that in the right column. Total each column. Subtract the right column total from the left column total. Assuming it's not a negative number, that's what you have left to spend on a car (or car payment), insurance, and maintenance for a year and anything else you might want.
If you prefer, use a spreadsheet program on your computer. Either way you do it, the number at the end is what matters. That's what you really need to know. Not how many people in this forum earn more than $100k per year.
i agree, i think we have gotten to a point in society where everyone thinks they can afford everything they want, the truth is... they can barely afford to have a financial institution buy it for them, but feel thats how things work.
i would strongly suggest like i said above, only buy what you can afford out of pocket... i.e. writing the dealer a check in full on the spot... and that will always keep you in check... i drove a mitsubishi galant for a year and then bought my first new 911 cash... best feeling in the world... and when you see the amount you save from negotiating w/ cash... no finance charges, no misc fee's you will laugh your ass off...
it's become the american way to finance everything you can, but it only leads to the poor staying poor and the rich staying rich, break the cycle and buy outright.