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    #251
    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post
    Hehehe. Ikaw na bestfriend ko ha. loljk

    Pero diba, mas ok kung fully paid. Wala nang iniisip?

    Pero syempre kapag fully paid dapat may laman pa rin ang savings account. Hahaha. Kasi baka fully paid nga, 0 bal. naman sa bangko. Eh di may iniisip pa rin. hehehe.
    for me....
    if your income overflows your "need" its better to pay in full because of the additional savings on the discount...
    your "toy fund" should be the last thing you put a piece of pie...
    pero mas problem free pag installment kc its counted as a "preventive" measure against the "Gov"

    savings vs preventive measures... depends sa gusto nung tao XD pero ako sa savings vote ko hehehe

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    #252
    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post
    Mas ok nga sakin pag restored ang oto. Para bang blast from the past. Hehehe. And nakakamangha kung iisipin mo kung gaano kadaming effort ang binigay nung owner para maabot yung ganung state.

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    #253




    Kung sa dalawang ito, hindi niyo pa mapansin yung ganda, ewan ko nalang ....

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    #254
    for me ok lang na installments as long as kaya mong bayaran pero minsan kasi kami hindi pa tapos hulugan bebenta na.. tapos tsaka babayaran... hirap din kasi bumili minsan ng 2nd hand hindi mo alam history nun tapos mga ilang months at araw may mga problema na... yung pinanghuhulog mo sana sa brand new napupunta sa maintenance.. babayaran namin 40% tapos huhulugan nalang monthly pinapaikot namin yung pera.. after mabayaran yung isa bili ulit para madagdagan hindi naman purket sinabing installment ang bayad sa kotse e mahirap na or nagfefeeling..

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    #255
    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post




    Kung sa dalawang ito, hindi niyo pa mapansin yung ganda, ewan ko nalang ....
    Ganda ng nasa second pic.

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    #256
    Quote Originally Posted by Ma^ride View Post
    People discriminate (specially girls) when it comes to hatid/sundo pag 2 suitor nya. sasakay sya malamang pag yung nanundo sa kanya owns the latest model than the other hehe
    Depende siguro sa babae and depende rin sa suitors. Eh kung mas gwapo naman yong lalaki who's driving an older model car? Naalala ko tuloy dati, may ka-rival ako sa nililigawan ko non, nauna pang manligaw sa akin, and he was driving a car, samantalang ako, motorcycle lang, aba eh, sa akin sumasakay yong girl, asawa ko na sya ngayon. hehe!

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    #257
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Iho tumahimik ka.

    6 years ko ng client to, hindi lang iisa ang negosyo nito. At matanda na to, na nag simula sa kaka pirangot na Capital.

    Yang description swak sa mga anak nya. Porket di sila ang nag hirap, sige lang ng sige tutal may pambili.
    I think na sinasabi lang niya kung sobrang yaman ng isang tao, bakit masama ang pag-cash ng isang hamak na kotse...lalo na kung parang candy lang sa kanila yun...if your client is referring to an average joe or a small time buisness owner, its applicable but for extremely rich moguls and mafia lords, a car purchase is nothing...you on the other hand, refers to investments via car purchases en masse, of course it requires loan kasi lugi ka pag i-cash mo, wala kang paiikutin na pera, add depreciation to it and you have an investment nightmare A car is never a good investment in many ways except maybe for safety and convenience and other reasons, anyways, hindi naman masyadong off-topic ito , i find relation to the main topic kasi most people discriminate against old cars and at others the same time discriminate "hulugan" but new cars but since its creating too much tension here, i guess i'll just "shut up"

    lets move on

    infact, many old models are more visually attractive than its descendants, take this for example

    old celica


    vs

    new celica


    old one is better looking and is FR, new models are FF and looks odd(sorry celica owners)

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    #258
    i feel that im also one of those drivers that are being 'discriminated' in a way... not because of an old vehicle.. but a simple bare model van.. sniff.. sniff.. but its ok.. its my 'hard earned' vehicle...

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    #259
    Quote Originally Posted by olidotcom View Post
    i feel that im also one of those drivers that are being 'discriminated' in a way... not because of an old vehicle.. but a simple bare model van.. sniff.. sniff.. but its ok.. its my 'hard earned' vehicle...
    Even if it's bare stock, just keep it detailed clean (no borloloys) and it will look good in the long run (at least to those with a good automotive eye).

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    #260
    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post
    But some of them undeniably look good.

    aba buhay na sya ulit! nasunog na yan dati e.


    anyway, what i like to own is a good sleeper car like this one: Potentially Honda-Techs Best Sleeper - Honda-Tech

Do people discriminate against old cars?