What Lesson Have You Learned From Your Car?

Here is the story of a man who wasn't content with his fun to drive, 400-odd horsepower Supra, and how he turned it into an undrivable, always-broken 900+ horsepower Supra.

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He explains in the video that he was always looking for something more, and never satisfied with what he had. And once he realized he'd gone too far and kind of ruined the car of his dreams, he learned a lesson.

It's important to be content with what you have, and chasing something you'll never attain is a quick road to unhappiness. That's not just a lesson in tuning cars, that's a lesson for life.

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So what lesson has your car taught you?

(Hat tip to Supercharger Heaven!)

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DISCUSSION

My car(s) have taught me that manuals, while clearly more fun in certain driving situations, are not worth the effort in a DD when heavy traffic is part of your daily commute.

Say what you will, but clutch/brake/feather gas/clutch/clutch/brake/gas/shift 1st to 2nd/2nd to 1st/brake/clutch for 45 minutes each way is not how I enjoy spending the first hour of my day. I'll never buy a DD with one.