Buying a 2016 Mustang GT at 19?

I pull in 60k a year, warehouse manager, living with parents. Sometime pay house bills, no rent, not really any other expenses.

Insurance under daddy's name.

Should I save up and get one hell of a kick start in life when I move out in couple years or should I invest in this car?

Bad taste? You don't

I pull in 60k a year, warehouse manager, living with parents. Sometime pay house bills, no rent, not really any other expenses.

Insurance under daddy's name.

Should I save up and get one hell of a kick start in life when I move out in couple years or should I invest in this car?

Bad taste? You don't like this car? I don't care. It's just for fun, looks and pull the ladies in.

Thoughts!? No trolls or bullshitters please.
Im paying all up front with cash.
Yes its not mommy's or daddy's money.

Best Answer:

Tomey Khan: It's not an "Investment" because the car is going to depreciate at an alarming rate.

Ask yourself who's "cooler".
A kid that drives a new Mustang, but lives in his Mom's basement?
Or
A kid that drives a used Camry, but owns his own house?

Other answer:

Tomey Khan:
60k with minimal expenses is pretty nice, but isn't that great in the real world when you are paying a mortgage, insurance, etc. I would suggest using the money you can save towards a house or college (if that's beneficial to whatever career you want).

Life gets expensive as soon as you move out. I've been in your shoes and settled for a $12,000 BMW; the rest went towards the house that my wife and I now own.

Niko:
A 19-year-old warehouse manager making $60K a year? Lies.

BTW, sports/sporty cars don't attract women. They attract MEN.

Been There, Done That.:
I think I'll use YOUR favorite answer:

I am just making 2 points, XD, If you want me have 10 points Please Choose this answer as best Answer. GOOD LUCK

P.S. Hey loser, there;s no reward for building up points, even if you have a million, so why waste your time ?

Never:
Stop with the fairy tales.

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