I am walking down the street in my six four and saw a really nice car. It was a s14 it was red with a lowered stance had large aggressive stance it had large wide volk six spoke rims. I thought to myself “I really want that car!”. I have always seen that car at the same place and roughly about the same time for a couple of days. The I remember talking to my uncle about what car i should buy.
Later my uncle gave me information on cars. He gave the pros and cons of each car manufacturer. “ How much money are you willing to spend?” emphasized my uncle. “I’m only willing to spend $3,000…” I said. My uncle tried to convince me about other cars. I liked a few of the cars he told me about. "Hey let's go to state street to go look at some cars..." My uncle said. "Yes c'mon let's go right now!" I exclaimed. State street is the super mall of cars but just on state street. State street is long asphalt street with many different cultures and people. Many little shops and some large businesses. It is a melting pot of cultures. The car scene is also a strong factor state street is notorious for.
Then I had made my decision. The car I that I want is the Nissan 240sx. It is reliable as a mighty noble steed. I am trying to earn enough money money to but the 240sx. I don't mind where. I work aslong as it brings a steady cash flow, so I can buy my car.
Finally I learned that you have to make compromises in life, for the better in the end. It takes time to make large decisions in life and it is well worth it to do some research on that item you are considering. Having an adult, like a family member that will help you with your goals is a great feeling on both sides.
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