Buy a world-class luxury car for under $10,000.
Most people have a love-hate relationship with luxury cars. They love the idea of driving a luxury car. They envy luxury car owners. But they're scared to own a luxury car themselves.
You're not most people. You know that used luxury cars are the greatest deal going.
For around $5,000, you can drive a top-of-the-line flagship luxury car that is still classier, faster, and more comfortable than new cars sold today. The only downside may be that your friends think you have too much money to spend, because no one will be able to guess you only paid $5,000 for a car that cost $70,000 new
Don't settle. Used luxury cars aren't scary, if you know which ones to buy and which ones to avoid, and how to choose them, buy them, and maintain them.
The only thing better than cruising around in the comfort of a $70,000+ car is knowing that you paid under $10,000 for it.
This book is an in-depth guide to:
Why used luxury cars are underpriced ("the Uncle Howard effect")
Why you shouldn't buy a used luxury car from the corner car lot
Why you shouldn't spank yourself for wanting a luxury car
Which used luxury cars are the best deals and which ones you must avoid just as assiduously as you'd avoid making eye contact with a clown
What years, configurations, and options to choose on each car
What specific pitfalls to avoid with each recommended car
How to get parts and labor for a reasonable price, without compromising your sexual morals
How to love life because you're driving an amazing luxury car and you paid only $5,000 for it
Doris bought her first used luxury car when she was still in high school, and has been obsessing over buying and selling used luxury cars since then. She loves cars, she loves bargains, and she loves helping people save money on car ownership. This book combines all three of her interests.
Doris Chan is a lifelong car enthusiast who grew up in Los Angeles and has spent the last decade working in corporate finance for a major automaker. She holds a degree in economics from a major Ivy League university. In her spare time, she dreams about her next used luxury car purchase, listens to Willie Nelson, and tells dirty jokes.