“that car guy” was me — not because that’s what I think, that’s litteraly what people called me.

1st car, sophomore year. 1984 Porsche 944. I paid a whooping $1700 for that car and sold it six months later for exactly $100 more than a paid for it. It was exactly like you’d imagine a sub 2k Porsche.

2nd car, junior year. 1986 Porsche 944 (see a trend?). I actually spent a pretty penny on this car, it was arguably one of the nicest 944s for sale in Texas at the time. Still drive it today, it’s been an awesome car.

3rd car, still a junior. 1992 Lexus LS400. I was a fledgling business owner and needed something that could eat up miles on the toll road. Paid $1,800 for it and immediately had the starter go out and set me back a grand. It’s been somewhat reliable since then (I blame the sketchy shop that didn’t know what they were doing and broke EVERYTHING when they took out the starter).

So yeah, I was the car guy. Never did figure out women, but at least I had two cars.