Originally Posted by phecht
I appreciate your generosity everyone. I with no means was anticipating to buy a brand new M3 worth upwards of $60K-$70K. If anything it was to be a used e46. Although from the sounds of it, thats not even plausible. I don't want to do medicine for the money or toys (if thats even a possibility anymore with todays healthcare) although I thought that if I came here to listen to some first hand experiences I could get an idea of what the auto side of finances cost while in med school. I figured it would be best to just ask here first
You won't have time to enjoy a car in med or grad school really.
Graduate and then get a job...took me 6 years after finishing my PhD to afford a 335i new. And that's in industry, not academic medicine/research.