Furthermore, he told me he wants a "good" truck, not a piece of crap.
"What is a good truck?" I asked.
"It is a five or ten year old Chevy Crew Cab" he replied. He has been thinking about this for a while.
That is when I hit him with the "hate speech". "Get a job."
|Data from Kelley Blue Book. Default options.|
A 2005, crew-cab Chevy with the same number of miles will cost about $8,600.
I think that he will find a two-door far more appealing after he figures how much longer he will be walking and bumming rides. The crew-cab is 2.26 times the cost of the two door.
When I was about 15 years old, I was at my high school. That particular day, something was going on at the school after hours, so I stayed over for the hour or so to attend the event. During the interim between classes and the event, I walked two blocks to look at used cars at a lot near the school.ReplyDelete
As I browsed across the lot, a salesman came out to see if he could help me.
I told him that I was looking for cheap, dependable transportation.
"You're standing on cheap, dependable transportation."