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Thread: Who are these kids?!?!
03-12-2013, 06:52 PM #11
Last edited by dusty2221; 03-12-2013 at 06:55 PM.2006 Supra 20 - Sold
2006 Supra 24 Gravity Games - Sold
2015 Supra SE450
03-12-2013, 07:21 PM #12
I totally agree with mike's statement. I enjoy every minute of boat ownership and want to have a boat that does exactly what I want it to do.
After some financial advice, keeping your debt/income ratio inline imo is more important than where the money goes at the end. whether you buy a big fancy boat on a 15 year note, or a cheaper boat and have jetskis, motorcycles, utv's and the such, or a second house, it's all about managing what you make and making sure you are liquid enough to get out if you need to(not upside down)..
to the op, it does make me sick to see 20somethings at the lake in 75k boats being towed by 50k trucks and guessing they are either from money and no respect for what they have or mortgaged to the hilt and one paycheck away from financial ruin.. sad thing is the courts have made bankruptcy all too common of a way out..'06 Supra Launch 20SSV-gone but never forgotten
03-12-2013, 07:47 PM #13
I agree with mike and Scott, but why use your own money when you can use someone else's (the banks, CU's etc).A Day at the Lake...Priceless
A Day in Powder...Endless
2012 Möbius XLV~ Loaded & Exiled
2007 Outback V ~ sold
03-12-2013, 09:52 PM #14
03-13-2013, 12:18 AM #15
And YOLO? HA! You'll only hear me say that in it's full form on a rare occasion such as this one! My real motto is hakuna matata!!
Last edited by sicktc06; 03-13-2013 at 12:26 AM.Stephen
2009 Mobius LSV
Black and Yellow
03-13-2013, 01:23 AM #16
My opinion is it's better to own and control your cash flow. True financial freedom is not having a nut to cover each month. I've never been a fan of financing an asset that declines in value. Big items like a house you have to finance. but most everything else you don't. Buy used, save your cash until you can upgrade. I know it's not sexy and doesn't look as cool in your driveway, but I sleep a lot better at night.
To each his own. I have always assumed that 20 year olds with big expensive toys don't last long in the food chain of life. I also don't want to be the 70 year old who tells stories about the high point of their life at 25.DDNorCal
3430 Ballast, 1847 Prop, all around great boat
03-13-2013, 03:41 AM #17David
2008 Mobius LSV, Gravity III , Wake Plate, Z5, Exile SX65c's, Exile XM9s, Exile XI12D, Exile Harpoon, Exile SM600.1 , Exile Xi800.4.
03-13-2013, 08:29 AM #18
03-13-2013, 09:02 AM #19Senior Member
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- Pensacola, FL
I really don't mind young people on the lake with their toys or daddy's toys. I have no way to know if they appreciate it or not. I can only worry about what I can do for me and my family. I like it more if those people are slalom skiers (but that if rare).
I am amazed at the number of people on the forum that have newer boats and are spending thousands on stereo equipment for said boat.1997 MasterCraft 205
2008 Moomba Outback
1999 MasterCraft Sportstar OB
1992 MasterCraft 205
1999 Malibu Response LX
1987 Marlin Magnum Skier
03-13-2013, 09:42 AM #20Malo <--- Means--Evil or Mean One. This explains a lot.
2013 Mojo 2.5 Skylon Tower. Bestia < Beast >