Sellers regret starting to set in.
So I was one of the few lucky ones to get a SS with the 20 percent off tag, unfortunately I was also one of the ones that had to wait seven months to buy it because of the seatbelt recall. I loved my car. Took it all up and down the east coast. PA to FL. PA to NY... PA to MD and PA to SC several times.
Then as I grew different things became more important to me... owning a house, traveling abroad, retiring early, and settling down and maybe having kids one day. So I got my passport, started looking for a house and proposed to my girlfriend. The one thing in my life that I was least attached too and would yield me a lot more money aka a lot more freedom to do the things that became important to me was my SS. So I emotionally I felt ready to let it go, spite my fathers advice to just keep it and start making all these moves after I paid it off.
Most days I still good about my decision. But, and this may seem silly to some here who are older and have lived more life (Iím 32), some days I miss it. A lot. Some days I spend hours daydreaming maybe ten years from now Iíll find a low mileage, unmodded one and buy it.
I donít know. At this point Iím rambling.
Any fellow older SS lovers here that can give me some mental and emotional guidance? Anyone ever make compromising decisions like this to put their time and money towards something else? Any G8 owners here that missed the chance to buy new back in 08-09 but a decade later found clean low mileage ones... this will give me some inspiration that Iíll find a SS worthy of buying in ten years. Or heck. Maybe ten years from now Iíll be convinced to buy a Mustang... love the Coyote motor so much but I just canít do a coupe.
Anyway. Just rambling and looking for advice and stories of men whoíve been through what I am now.