@El Frazoo posted:
After 40+ pages here, I'm betting this has been hashed out previous, BUT . . .
If it was me and I put so much blood sweat and tears into something so remarkably deft, I really don't know how I could part with it. But that remains the plan, correct??
I could never figure out why there were so many Spyders for sale with 200-1,000 miles on them on BAT. Granted, ingress and egress are a combination of yoga postures, but still. Had I not driven small cars all my life I think the size could be intimidating, too, and I assumed it was people who bought a Spyder then didn't really like them.
After reading the threads here it dawned on me: for some, the fascination is the building of the cars, not the owning/driving. I can see that. I look at my Beck like a 1:1 scale model I can tinker with. (And drive)