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After watching the video below I came to a foregone conclusion; these are not cars that I (or anyone I know) can just run on down to the local car dealership and buy. I mean seriously, the price tags on every single one of these cars is absolutely ridiculous.
I remember when I was a kid growing up in the 1960’s, that when someone on our street bought a brand new car, they left the dealer MSRP sticker in the window. People did this to show everyone in the neighborhood that they could afford to buy a new car, also, to show everyone just how expensive the car was (it was a ‘status’ thing).
But when asked how much they actually PAID for the car, everyone would simply say, “I didn’t pay sticker price, I got a really ‘GOOD’ deal”.
Nowadays, when one of your friends, or neighbors, buys a new car, especially a high-end luxury car, if you want to find out what they paid for it, you simply go online and “Google” it, so you don’t have to ask an awkward question. But, it they want to make you jealous and rub your face in it, they’ll tell you how much it cost without even asking them, again, it’s a “status” thing.
But whatever the case, the cars mentioned in the video below are so high-end and so expensive, chances are, that the only time you’ll even see one, is on a television show, or on a video on YouTube.
I will mention, that the video below is 30 minutes long and has over 2.5 million views on YouTube, so it seems that there is an attraction to regular folks like you and me after all.
I must be the odd man out, because I don’t get jealous when I see a friend, or relative, pull up in front of my house in a brand new car. Hell, I’m married and I’ve raised 3 boys, so to me, a ‘good car’ was one that started every time I put the key in the ignition and I couldn’t really be too concerned if there were a few scrapes and scratches on it, if it was paid for, then it was alright by me.
But whatever, it’s okay to daydream every now and then and that’s what caught my eye regarding the video in the first place.
So, if you’re on a ‘beer and potato chip’ budget like me, you’ll understand that it’s okay to have daydreams and fantasize every now and then…enjoy the video (I sure did).