>Just one problem with this philosophy: eventually we wlll
>have no more cars if nobody builds them. It's like small
>aircraft: theyr'e crashin' 'em faster than their buildin'
Good point. That's why I tell people to build their SECOND car, and not their first. That way they'll know what they like and don't like, need and don't need, etc....
BTW, a note on airplanes. Because they keep crashin' em, and new ones are like $250k a pop (I think David Richards owns part of Cessna), used airplanes are a great investment. You can buy a reasonably equipped, mid time plane for $25k, fly it 50 hours a year for five years, and sell it for more than you paid for it. Try that with a rally car!