@Chris LOL Unfortunately I live in Canada and Aston Martins are extremely difficult to find, (let alone maintain, the whole parts/garages that are liscensed to work on them ect) especially in lefty version which is how I learned to drive (you know, being Canada and all) Trust me I would LOOOOOOVE an AM, unfortunately 1: We couldn't afford one on his pay right now (even if I got a job too no way we could afford it) and 2: It's out of my Caste. See, my husband is an Non Commissioned member of the Canadian forces. Aston Martins are most definitely officers cars. Most of the male officers wouldn't give a crap and give my husband props for having one, but the wives. Oh god...I would never hear the end of it from the officers wives and neither would their husbands. (My husband routinely works along side of pilots and navigators so it would be an issue)
Fortunately, everyone, I'm slowly weaning him off the idea of a pickup truck and into the possibility of an SUV. I used the whole "You know, I went into this driving thing screaming and kicking. Since I don't really want to do it anyway, I would really like to have a vehicle I ENJOY driving. If I won't ENJOY driving the vehicle I won't even bother with it unless I absolutely have to and keep walking everywhere. Of course I'm still pretty leary about getting an SUV because just because I'm a mom, doesn't mean I should HAVE to drive a "mom car" like a minivan or a SUV.
I like my cars to have guts, I like them to have a decent amount of BHP and Torque. They also need to be able to deal with winter and of course...the absolutely "lovely" Nova Scotia roads in the summer (@Halliguy you know what I'm talking about right? lol)
Pic related. This is the car that spoiled me. Sure there's a bunch of "lolford/mercury" but it's a pretty fun car to drive.
Well I gotta go get my house clean. Thanks for the advice all! Husband is coming back from his survival course tonight so this will probably be the only blog you'll see till well Friday I'm guessing.