You say you love me but you kiss him Your heart is already feeling his touch (you hide and deceive) Even when you hang up, I see you You deny and deny but it ends up being you (I used to love you)
* Oh baby tell me why you act so strange but tonight I don’t need a damn explain But I already knew everything I don’t even need that guy who’s with you either Please go away- it’s fine Take the remaining happiness and piss off
** Bye bye to everything Bye bye to love and everything else even friendship Feels like I’m ready no love I’m done with Say that it’s an ended love, There’s no need for other words Bye bye to everything, Bye bye to memories, bye bye to sadness Feels like I’m ready no love I’m done with Say that it’s an ended love, it’s over baby … “
There are plans I have for the future since 2012 is quickly approaching .
One of the many things that I am thinking about is which car to strive for. I wouldn’t say I’m looking for a daily driver but if the car has utility and is capable of being driven often that’s a plus. Because I can always just use my family’s other cars for any errands, trips, etc.
I no longer have my own car and I am going through a withdrawal, lol. Almost the same as that feeling you had back when you didn’t have your license yet, and you were just itching to get into a car and drive . I obviously can’t feel that rush driving my parents’ van around for transportation. -_-
After doing a lot of searching, and filtering my choices according to preferences I would like to have with the car, and I have narrowed it down to 3 cars. They all appeal to me a certain way. I’ll mention them here along with a brief description & some pros and cons.
1) Acura Integra 94-01 (DC2): I will only get this car if it is in white or black, and it must have the JDM front conversion. I hate bug eyes. -___-
Pros: Good mileage . Can be 2-door or 4-door. Potential for customizing is very high and rather easy. Reliable as hell. Lightweight and I like that. Relatively easy to find with the JDM front already installed. Price is not bad. Anywhere from 6-7k with the JDM front conversion installed already. Very good daily driver.
Cons: Integras are everywhere. I don’t really like hyped cars. Hard to find one that didn’t belong to some faggot ricer who fucked it up. Front wheel drive (I don’t like how it feels to drive.. not that fun). Not that fast stock.
2) Lexus IS300: I fell in love with this car mainly due to its JDM counterpart, the Toyota Altezza. I also find the simple, clean look of it very appealing to me. Will only get in white, black, or dark grey and only in manual transmission.
Pros: Newer than the Integra. 4 doors and seats. Reliable. Simple and pretty if modded a little, but looks absolutely sex when really tricked out. Rear wheel drive = fun :]. Capable of being a daily driver.
Cons: It’s a pain in the fuckin ass to find one that’s manual transmission. Almost impossible to find one manual&white. I’ve seen a few manual&black but even then not that much around. Most are automatic because it’s still considered a “luxury car.” I see this car a lot too but most of the owners are old or middle-aged and have no intention of tricking theirs out. Potential for customizing is decent but expensive; but if you are capable of it the result will be a very nice looking car. And no I’m not gonna drop a 2JZ engine in it if I get one haha. It’s also a little too heavy for my tastes, although it packs a 215ish HP engine. (forgot the exact number) therefore I believe it has the highest gas usage . (correct me if I’m wrong) .
3) Honda S2000: This was one of my first favorite cars and choices when I first began thinking about buying a car. It’s also one of my dad’s favorite cars and would love for me to have one. Turns heads everywhere you go. Will only buy if white, black, or blue. (not the light blue that shit is ugly)
Pros: Beautiful and fast, high-rev VTEC engine aww yeah. Reliable. Very very nice when tricked out. Lightweight but still packs more power than the other 2 stock with 200+ HP. Potential for customizing is high and rewarding. Easy to find and all are manual transmission. Rear wheel drive.
Cons: 2 seats NOOOO :c . I can deal with that, but I kinda want a 4 door car. Highest priced out of all the others (although the price can get very close to the IS300 ) but that’s not really stopping me. If needed I’ll work and save more. Not much room in the car and I kinda need room. More of a weekend car than a daily driver.
So that’s it, those are my choices. If you saw some incorrect information please do let me know (I kinda rushed through this), and please help me decide if you can!