Allow me to spin the yarn for you. You come home from a long day at the office, exhausted and tired after eight hours with spreadsheets or code, or reading auto blogs on your desk, and find a strange envelope waiting in your office. your mailbox. It looks formal, high-quality, but it comes from an address you don’t recognize – some kind of law firm. For whatever reason, instead of throwing it out, your curiosity will work for you. You open it.
Inside was a check, engraved from the will of a distant car-enthusiast relative. You’ve inherited $300,000, but there’s a fallback: It all has to go into the car, and you can only use it to buy two of them. New or used, modern or classic, you can buy any two cars you want – as long as they total $300,000.
Why $300,000? It’s a fun intermediate playground to play. It’s high enough that you can’t just get two beaters from the Facebook Marketplace, but too low to buy a McLaren F1s. You can buy a supercar, but not any lavish custom work just once. Forcing you to spend as close to your budget as possible means at least one car yes expensive. So what are you choosing?
As for me, I want all my bases covered. One vehicle for ‘hiking, camping and touring, and another for daily duty and more spirited driving. Luckily for me, the perfect combination is possible on a $300,000 budget: A 200-series Heritage Edition Land Cruiser and a special Porsche 911 GT3 Touring.
But what are your options for a $300,000, two-car garage? Would you like to have one? Integrated Delta Evoluzione paired with a Kia EV6 or simply choose two Ferrari 458 and call it a day? Let us know in the comments section below and we’ll pick our favorite answer tomorrow.