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April 20, 2012

John asks…

Whats a good car I can get insured on at 18 years old?

I currently drive a ford fiesta 1.3lx (about 900 a year to insure with my dad as the main driver) but want to get something newer and more sporty. Whats a good sporty car I would be able to get reletivly cheap insurance for at 18?
I can get insured on a honda civic 1.4s for about 1400 but I wanted something like a ford puma or a vauxhaull tigra but Tesco or direct line couldnt give me an online quote :@!!!

Any suggestions?
Can people please stop posting stupid answers!!! When I say cheap I mean roughly under 1500, and when I say sporty I mean something that looks sporty but doesnt have to have a big engine or anything. I got a quote for a mazda 323 for 1300

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James asks…

Is a classic muscle car a good choice for daily driver, such as a chevelle?

I love old muscle cars i have always wanted one forever.
I would like a 68-72 chevelle. is the a reachable goal?
I have 12-16 thousand dollars to spend. I would like a chevelle.
If you own one could you plaese tell me how great they are or how often they break down and how much is needed to keep them a daily driver?
if this idea of driving a classic muscle car is not possible what type of car would satisfy my love for classic muscle?
if i did get a chevelle is it worth buying a true ss or should i get a cloned ss because they are cheaper?
4 speed or automatic?
and how high would the insurance be for an 18 year old in new jersey driving a chevelle.
please put in your comment if you have or had a chevelle so i can see who has had actual experince with one of these treasures.

Thank You
I was planning on using my 95 chevy 1500 work truck during the winter because i no how bad the salt effects these cars
to get a nice daily driver how much would i need
im not looking for a show car just something i can enjoy and wont have it in the shop every other week
i dont plan on driving in bad weather
i want to keep it as a nice car for a long time
i plan to take good care of it

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I’m actually looking to get the same car, but

For high school I had a 1969 camaro ss “clone” 4 speed. I don’t want to sugar coat my answer, and will say I would not have changed my choice at all, but it’s no picnic using these cars as a daily driver. The positives were it was my first car, it gets attention every where you go, and it will never lose it’s value. Some cons I ran into are it’s not like a normal car you can’t just jump in, and go like a fuel injected car. The one huge problem I ran into is that the car would constantly overheat & die. With mine I would constantly have to rev it to keep it running, and when ever I parked I would have to wait 45-60 mins till it cooled. Also the 8mpg was no joke, and killed the wallet. Also another thing I ran into was that I LOVE my car, and something I ran into was the inability to sell the car even when I needed to. I have listed the car so many times, but just cant bring myself to sell. I’ve told myself now that if I can get a chevelle I will, but it’s hard to go back to a normal car after having one so be careful of that.

Final suggestion: I would say get one, if you are willing to sacrifice the luxuries of a normal car.

As far as a clone vs normal. With a clone your going to save money, but your car will never really go up in value. If you can for your money get a real one I would, but my suggestions would be get a clone, but try your best to get one with as many original parts as possible. Meaning get one with correct color paint, and ss parts as possible ie dash. Also don’t get one with a super nice paint job, as that drives the buying price up, and also you don’t have to worry about chips. Being an auto vs manual I love my 4 speed in my camaro, but like autos in chevelles so that’s going to be a personal choice. I will say a manual adds value to the car. Insurance is super reasonable I think I paid 110 /month maybe less can’t remember, buts that’s in texas. Also you say your high end price is 16k, try to get one for 12-13 because your going to need that extra when things go wrong. My engine had a rod go thru the block, and has sat in my garage for 2yrs cause I don’t have the money to fix it.

Mandy asks…

Is supposed “cheap labor” and votes for Democrats worth these statistics?

New FBI Statistics on Crimes Committed by Illegal Aliens
CaPoliticalNews ^ | November 12, 2006 | FBI/INS

Posted on Tuesday, November 14, 2006 11:18:09 AM by Zakeet

INS/FBI Statistical Report on Undocumented Immigrants

2006 (First Quarter) INS/FBI Statistical Report on Undocumented Immigrants

CRIME STATISTICS 95% of warrants for murder in Los Angeles are for illegal aliens.

83% of warrants for murder in Phoenix are for illegal aliens.

86% of warrants for murder in Albuquerque are for illegal aliens.

75% of those on the most wanted list in Los Angeles, Phoenix and Albuquerque are illegal aliens.

24.9% of all inmates in California detention centers are Mexican nationals here illegally

40.1% of all inmates in Arizona detention centers are Mexican nationals here illegally

48.2% of all inmates in New Mexico detention centers are Mexican nationals here illegally

29% (630,000) convicted illegal alien felons fill our state and federal prisons at a cost of $1.6 billion annually

53% plus of all investigated burglaries reported in California, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona and Texas are perpetrated by illegal aliens.

50% plus of all gang members in Los Angeles are illegal aliens from south of the border.

71% plus of all apprehended cars stolen in 2005 in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada and California were stolen by Illegal aliens or “transport coyotes”.

47% of cited/stopped drivers in California have no license, no insurance and no registration for the vehicle. Of that 47%, 92% are illegal aliens.

63% of cited/stopped drivers in Arizona have no license, no insurance and no registration for the vehicle. Of that 63%, 97% are illegal aliens

66% of cited/stopped drivers in New Mexico have no license, no insurance and no registration for the vehicle. Of that 66% 98% are illegal aliens.

BIRTH STATISTICS 380,000 plus “anchor babies” were born in the U.S. in 2005 to illegal alien parents, making 380,000 babies automatically U.S.citizens.

97.2% of all costs incurred from those births were paid by the American taxpayers.

66% plus of all births in California are to illegal alien Mexicans on Medi-Cal whose births were paid for by taxpayers

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No they are not, but a dem politician will beg to differ

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