See, it's impossible for a ~20 year old to own TWO 70k cars without daddy. I mean, he could of inherited a fortune, or have a family owned business but that would be a different story. Nobody in their 20's is making 100k a year. He could be living with mommy and daddy but you still wouldn't be able to make that much bank. I run a family owned business with my father, that's why I can afford what I can. Nothing to be ashamed of. Saying he owns a 90k car and a 70k car AND wants an M5 which will be 100k ...well that's sort of a dead give away daddy is in the mix.
The only concern that I have was that no money could of really saved him if a pedestrian had come out of nowhere and was hit and with those speeds, no doubt would of been dead.[/quote]
To OP's defense I'm a 26 year-old entrepreneur and have bought an X5M and a house. I love America!
I grew up very poor but my parents were smart and we immigrated to the States in the early nineties. They built up their own very successful hospitalist group. I suppose I owe my success through their example of hard work and success but we are in completely different fields. But it's definitely more common to see people in their mid-20s and early 30s sporting around hundred thousand dollar cars. Have you seen any of the kids on Wall Street? And especially now with the Internet boom it's becoming much easier to become wealthy.