I’ve this drawback, you see. It takes up a whole lot of my time, and it actually isn’t wholesome. I spend all day writing about vehicles. Vehicles, vehicles, vehicles. Then, I spend the night flooded vehicles being housed locally for insurance coverage public sale and looking out “NASCAR” in on-line automotive auctions to see if I can discover an outdated race automotive.
And buddies, my search came back successful. Please cease me from shopping for this mid-1990s Hendrick Motorsports NASCAR race truck, for my very own good.
I ought to know higher than to purchase a 3rd automotive after I solely have a two-car storage, and our owners’ affiliation doesn’t precisely condone race vans sitting within the driveway. What would I do with it, anyway? It’s not like Texas is a hotspot for oval racin’ nowadays, which is the place this truck is most comfy.
I ought to know higher than to impulse purchase a random race automotive from 20 years in the past, after I actually do recognize some—some!—of the HOA guidelines and having a race automotive in my driveway undoubtedly doesn’t comply with them. I actually ought to.
However the race truck shouldn’t should comply with guidelines, proper? Proper? It’s a race truck. Race vans don’t have guidelines. House owners of race vans don’t have guidelines.
No. Cease, Alanis. Cease it. You do not want to finish up within the information as a result of the HOA hates you and is making an attempt to promote your race truck whilst you’re on trip, and also you most likely don’t want a race truck with a rebuilt motor, both.
Mates, don’t let me do that. Cease me from shopping for this truck.