My cougar has been in the Netherlands for only three years now. I bought it from an American classic specialist who imported this car from california. The previous owner also bought it from this specialist, had it for three years and traded it in at the same specialist for a Mustang convertible.xr7gt said:How does a Car like that make it over there. Did you buy it from the States and ship it or was someone there selling it? It's really cool that you have a Cougar. Congratulations!
hmm... upsides and downsides, If I do decide to do something crazy, I'm gonna try to go somewhere with the most upsides; great white sharks and slumpy economy scare me a bit72cat said:Great car, looks awesome.
Move down to South Africa, we got great weather, great white sharks [lol] and so far I have only managed to locate about 5 others cats in the country.
on the downside, our economy sucks.
lol, well actually, it's a 2 door garage (but u probably noticed), and including our driveway I think we could get like 12 cars on our property (good for parties), but do you think it's mine? Nooooooope, toooo bad..... I still live with my parents! (don't laugh, well actually, it's pretty normal these days at my age (25)). My decision to still live with my parents is very well thought through and economically smart. I can buy fun cars and enjoy great livin' hehe . Big houses with some space are also really scarce in this fully packed country, I got to enjoy this to the fullest as long as this lasts! (that's why the space in North America attracts me so much).xr7gt said:How much is a house with a 3 car garage or do you call them car parks?