Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by kimberly, Mar 24, 2009.
Why not get a Miata?
And thanks for summing up my entire analogy. It's up to Holt. Hell, maybe the dealership would give me that M3 for 20 grand if they want someone to take care of it right and drive it like it should be!
But in the end... a price-tag usually means something about the product.
And again, no matter how many peanuts the Titans offer, Holt isn't signing for peanuts.
Why not just get a Trans-Am while I'm at it instead?
I don't know. Engineering, style, and quality matter to me? With an M3, that corvette speed is a bonus- not the entire car.
Plus, I've never been a fan of vehicles that lose 20k off their value after the first year driven.
Fair enough, but after 10 years that Vette is back up to original sticker...Beemers seem to lose it after 5.
BTW...I'm partial to Viper's myself.
Nice edit Gloat....stuck the Trans Am thing in there after the fact......
M3 is a chick car, dude.
I need all my analogies to be El Camino related.
Now that's a car! Or is it a truck?
My uncle has one; it's just sitting there rotting too.
He won't sell it either.
It has a 350, but I'd put a 305 Tune Port in it and turn it into a standard shift.
The difference is that the dealership is the one selling the car. If Holt is the car, then the CAR is selling itself. Does the car wanna go to a junk yard and look like the best thing ever, or does it wanna become a racing car and try and win nascar.
Bad analogy I know, but there isn't a good car anology...lol
If Holt wants to win, he'll HAVE to take less from Titans or any other winning team. He got out of Rams because he was sick of losing (even though very well paid). If he wants a last payday...he can have fun with the Bengals!
If he wants to win, we have a good shot!
Well Holt does have an agent that cares what price he accepts. So... in a sense, he's not the only one in the decision.
And M3 chick car comments are killing me.
Act like you know:
Maybe we should get a new thread?
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