What is Your Dream Car?
Ever since I had the luxury of driving a Cadillac CTS I have considered this to be my dream car. I envision a shiny black exterior with soft leather interior and all the bells and whistles I could ever find a use for.
Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the service of my little Cobalt SS. Better than the shoelace express any day.
What I’m talking about though is having the car I long for. The kind that you just sink into and rides like a cloud. The kind that doesn’t struggle to get up that hill or strain itself to pass another vehicle. The kind that I don’t cross my fingers before getting into and silently whisper to myself, “please be ok, please be ok, no problems today”.
There seems to be one thing stopping me from achieving this smooth, comfortable and sensational ride. How am I going to pay for it?
I don’t have a big savings account, nor do I have a money tree growing me new bills every spring.
What I do have is mediocre credit and an income that by no means is extraordinary.
I could get a car loan.
Borrowing enough for my car with a repayment term of 1-7 years would leave me with enough flexibility to make the payments which are suitable to me at the time. Meaning that I can make the minimum payment every month or pay down more if I choose to do so with no penalty which would lessen the credit I owe much faster and possibly relieve me of some interest as well.
Sounds feasible to me. My dream car is within reach.
You know, now that my dream car is looking more like a reality than a dream I might think about what color I’d really like.
I saw a pearl pink CTS and had to pick my jaw up off the floor, I have wanted it ever since.
If I’m going for my dreams, why not go for the gold…er, in this case, the pink.