• Hello, please REGISTER and become a member of our community! You will then be able to start threads, post comments and send messages to other members. Thanks!

Nt's newest family member ...

The Monkey Man

Magical Apelikemenace
Elite Member
Joined
Mar 18, 2005
Messages
14,177
Reaction score
36
Points
0
Location
New Delhi, India
mainPic_schedule.jpg


Wooooooo, as it gotta Hemi?
 

naturaltan

Going nowhere fast!
Elite Member
Joined
Jul 15, 2001
Messages
10,031
Reaction score
25
Points
0
that's on debate ... the dealer has both the 3.5 HO and hemi version. I would like it but don't know it's worth the extra cash

Would you get the hemi?
 

ALBOB

IDIOT SAVANT
Registered Member
Joined
Jun 27, 2001
Messages
11,622
Reaction score
333
Points
0
Location
An alternate reality.
Which gives you more bang for your buck? Usually the HO engines are high compression and have to be fed premium gas. BIG $$$ in the long run. If the Hemi needs the high octane stuff too then it's a wash, just go with the one that has the most horsepower/torque. :thumb:
 

The Monkey Man

Magical Apelikemenace
Elite Member
Joined
Mar 18, 2005
Messages
14,177
Reaction score
36
Points
0
Location
New Delhi, India
No, no, no...

Always look at sales volume

You may have a problem getting rid of the car with the smaller engine
Or vice-versa

I always look at saleable options - ;)
 

ALBOB

IDIOT SAVANT
Registered Member
Joined
Jun 27, 2001
Messages
11,622
Reaction score
333
Points
0
Location
An alternate reality.
The Monkey Man said:
No, no, no...

Always look at sales volume

You may have a problem getting rid of the car with the smaller engine
Or vice-versa

I always look at saleable options - ;)

Another very good point :thumb:
 

dougnukem

Forever
Elite Member
Joined
Sep 28, 2005
Messages
1,793
Reaction score
3
Points
0
Location
NW Indiana
The Monkey Man said:
No, no, no...

Always look at sales volume

You may have a problem getting rid of the car with the smaller engine
Or vice-versa

I always look at saleable options - ;)

It's a Dodge, they have one of the lowest resale values of all auto-makers. (I only say this, since I owned one several years back) Besides, you don't buy a car like that, in order to turn around and sell it anytime soon. Do you? Just like you don't worry about gas, when you buy a thirsty big engine. You worry about how fast it goes. :thumb:
 

Burner02

Super Hero in Training
Registered Member
Joined
Mar 18, 2002
Messages
30,626
Reaction score
143
Points
0
Location
Colorado Springs, Colorado
u gonna trade in the truck for this? or have u added on another garage to the igloo to shelter it from those horrendous Canadian winters?
:)
 

naturaltan

Going nowhere fast!
Elite Member
Joined
Jul 15, 2001
Messages
10,031
Reaction score
25
Points
0
Velvet darlin' :wave: ... isn't she a beaut.

Burner ... Trade the actual hotrod for this ... not a chance. Although I might paint it to match the 'new' hotrod. :D

As for reslae value, I'm with dougnukem ... I've never bought a car looking at it's resale value. Buy it, use and abuse it and then, when it's broke down, fix it, use and abuse it more. When it breaks down again, fix it and use and abuse it for the final time. :lol:
 

naturaltan

Going nowhere fast!
Elite Member
Joined
Jul 15, 2001
Messages
10,031
Reaction score
25
Points
0
Well ... after this past weekend, I feel MUCH lighter in the pocket book. We ended up getting a silver one instead.
 

naturaltan

Going nowhere fast!
Elite Member
Joined
Jul 15, 2001
Messages
10,031
Reaction score
25
Points
0
and that happened how?
 

Yanick

Amor Fati
Registered Member
Joined
Jul 29, 2002
Messages
4,213
Reaction score
8
Points
0
congrats on the new car NT. i'm actually in the same boat as burner, just totalled my car two + weeks ago. she's a beaut for sure, but why american?
 

PreMier

happy sumo
Elite Member
Joined
Sep 18, 2003
Messages
22,642
Reaction score
154
Points
0
Your site isnt even up anymore, so post some pics here
 
Top