Honestly, I have mixed feelings. The car is a 2005, probably worth $15K. So anything above $12K might total it. But before this accident it was in near perfect shape, I still love driving it, and I was looking forward to another year or two of car payment free living.
I'm not in the financial mood to drop $60K+ on an F10 right now, so I will probably wind up leasing an F30 if it goes down. I've never driven either, so I'm not super excited. Could get there, though.
2016 Chevrolet Tahoe LT | 2013 535i xDrive M-Sport (Retired) | 2005 545i Sport (Retired - best of the litter) | 2001 X5 3.0 Sport (Retired)
Last edited by WilliCO; 01-15-2013 at 09:11 AM.