>>3858342>Those who import >Third world country shooters are not lucky at all in that regard, and finding another means importing again.
I'm not exactly from the first world myself and haven't heard about importing pains at all. They sell used d700s here aplenty, the prices being circa $300 for 100k, <$500 for 10k, opened mint for $700ish. Add a 24-85 for $200 and you gor yourself an everyday combo. I fancy it with a 80-200 though, which sells for <$400 used these days. Thus, an ok setup can be made for ~$1100.>literally walking around with used car money in their hands
Well, kind of, but the offers one gets for that much money are time bombs on wheels. If your camera breaks down or is stolen, you've now poorer and have your mood ruined. If your car falls apart (almost happened to a friend of mine, axle started detaching while on a highway) you have anything from a bad day and towing fees to a problem at work to being stranded in the middle of nowhere at -30C to dying in a fireball.
Everyone I know doesn't buy anything below at least $8k, with a low odometer or new. Are you from NA by chance? The car culture there seems so different, with everyone getting their licenses asap, own cars at 18 and so on, whereas my best friend is 30, works a well-paying job, has had the license for over a decade but is yet to get a car, granted we live in a city with a decent public transport infrastructure. I don't know much about cars, but having visited Craigslist there's some good looking ones, though the mileage on everything is nuts. Still, a 2003 Civic for $1k with 77k miles seems like a decent deal. Found one for twice the price with twice the mileage here, and unlike dslrs cars are definitely a doozy to import.
Also found this:>Car needs new Transmission>When cold it can drive a few yards but after it warms nothing happens. A kid drove it and i think he had it in low hear.>Engine good, ac cold, tires good>NEEDS TOWED