Sooooooo... my brother is selling his Type-S RSX. It's pristine, not hammered to hell like most Type-S' out there. I mean, like pristine. He could park it on a dealer's lot and you wouldn't know it wasn't for sale. It's super-clean and drives like new. It's the sort of car I won't find again.
As I've mentioned before, my plan for the Red Car is to do a K20 swap. Because I'm in California, I need to swap over so much that I have to buy a fully working donor car. I can't just buy a JDM long block and wing it. Because my brother's car is so nice, I can swap over a lot of other stuff too, like brakes, seats and anything else I can make fit. It's the perfect donor car. Honestly, I'll feel bad tearing it apart.
I'd have to finance it, which I don't want to do, but I could swing it.
Good stuff, right? The problem is that I'm watching Biden dynamite the economy, so I'm more than a little concerned about my employment prospects in coming years.
What do you guys think? Should I take a leap of faith on the perfect car or hunker down and see how bad it gets first?