Success and Being Successful
Is there a Stigma with Success?
hear let's make America Great again, to me that means more Americans
will become successful again. When people become successful they can
afford nicer things and live in a manner that reflects their status. We
all would love to live in luxorious homes, eat better food and drive
nicer cars. Homes are not a problem, food is available however nice
cars that have a unique look and comfortable seating are now in the
past. Todays makes, models and styles of cars look the same and have
the "sit on the floor" type of seating, they are compact, many are
hatchbacks, and there is no individuality to them. We no longer see the
individuality of the Rolls-Royce, the Jaguar, the Maserati. Most cas
look like they rolled off the same assembly line and made by the same
makers using a prototype with the same simularity. I am striving for a
better life and I want to drive a car that says "I made it and worked
very hard to do it!" I would love to drive something like the 1930
Packard Phaeton, the 1913 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, a 1933 Duesenberg
Model J or a 1989 AMO Zil 41502. Oh, I can only dream. Those models are
no longer being made, there is no classy cars being made today, nothing
of stature and nothing with a unique style. Here's a thought, let's
make cars great again. Let's bring back the class, let's bring back the
elegance and let's bring back the pride.
Take a look at this beauty - A 1989 AMO Zil 41502 - This is a
car of true elegance.
watch some of the older movies with settings in high society, you don't
see a compact car, often you see a Bently, Rolls-Royce or Cadillac.
Talk about a teaser. You can only dream to own something with class or
you have to buy a classic. I hope that as we make America great again,
car companies might revisit the past and make cars great again.
My New Moto
Don't buy a car just
because of it's name, buy the car that makes the right impression.
go to work. Everyday I strive just to make a few dollars. It's my dream
to finally succeed and have a nice nest egg. Before I die, I would love
to own a shiny, prestegious Classic Bently. This would be my way to
make a statement to the world "I am successful and worth something".