I had one of those moments this weekend. When I got my license my Dad was kind enough to buy me a car. It was a total piece of junk but it mostly drove fine. It was a 1976 old mobile Starfire GT, this was 1985. It seemed ancient. I was embarrassed of the car but I knew its value so I didn’t complain. Fast forward 30 years later and my daughter has turned 16 and now wants a car. I’m not the kind of Dad that thinks a kid has to have a piece of shit car to learn how to take of a car. I have realized why my Dad bought me a car. Because he was tired of driving me everywhere. In hindsight, it was just as much a benefit to him as it was to me,. It’s one of the main reason I’m buying my daughter a car. Because my wife and I have pretty much become a taxi service to her million events. We both need some freedom. So I’ve been on the hunt for a car for her. She asked for one thing. To make sure its runs well but not that nice. She said she couldn’t take the pressure of trying to keep scratches and dents off it.
At least she’s honest. I know she needed some space because she’s an outdoors girl and has lots of gear she hauls around. She would prefer a small truck but they’re not safe. We have snow so she needed something that can handle our winters. We settled on a used Subaru, either an Outback or a Forrester. But finding one of those with 60K to 100K miles was a lot tougher than I expected. Plain and simple, people don’t sell them until the end. Lots of high mileage, lots of new. Very few in between and if I did find one, the price was so high I might as well buy new. I live in a fairly small town and put a couple feelers out over the last few weeks and waited. This weekend the motherlode came in. A 2006 Outback with 85,000 miles. A few scratches and dings here and there. $8K or 4 LLLL.com CHiPs. And the funny thing about it all, her car is actually a year older than the car my Dad gave me. I wonder if she’ll tell the same story to her kids about the junky first car her Dad bought her. Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices.
LPF.net 18 years old. The F for forum is good for the price
U41.com As I’ve said every single day for 5 years straight. CCC.coms are the most liquid of all domains and liquidity is a good thing
QuickFunds.com Like I said, liquidity. Everyone loves quick money
ValueBrands.com No bidder. Sounds like a decent name that exudes a good price
TYOB.com I think TCBY when I see this. Thank You Oprah Bread.
FeedYourFire.com This is a Michael Berkens, Frank Schilling name. They love mantras and positive thoughts
Scrappa.com No bidders. Scrapbooking name?
ZTLX.com Has only one bid….but its a good one
WPW.biz One of the better LLL.biz in the last few weeks
WIW.biz Good acronym but not a CHiP. But I’m sure you’re buying these for end user use so then it must be awesome
BestQuotesOnline.com Evidently there is a lot of money in quotes
QWVR.com All LLLL with VR have more value because of Virtual Reality
788855.com A very very nice 6N.com Triple 8 at front is $2-4K or more, triple 8 at the end doesn’t have many recent sales but guessing $8K. Middle will be $1K or more
WeedShirts.com Because you know there are several businesses that do just this
01139.com The 5Ns have gone dry. Haven’t seen but a few CHiP 5N in the last few weeks
32LL.com I think the buys are the double and that thought seems to be playing out. Doubles are the names that are getting all the attention of late
Fleebo.com I like this kind of name although I don’t sell as many of these cutsie names as I do the stronger sounding 5L names
3303.biz At $20. As the options trader used to tell me. Only $20 downside and unlimited upside. 🙂
NNNRG.com Triple repeater at $12
5119.info Are we doing 4N.infos yet? I’m not so good with the fringes
WeDoItBetter.com You can do it better for only $17
ISISLover.com Somebody actually made a bid on this one
39696.com Another nice name. Way below value IMO but reserve has been met
Bitcoins.co Still a big keyword. Going to be interesting to see how much the dot co effects the price
Chains.net All about blockchains here
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YTYT.com Nice to see this doing so well. We all root for similar names to the ones we have right?
DivorceKit.com You know you could totally put this together and sell it
LCLCL.com I was kind of hoping nobody else wanted this.
3767.info These are now worth $79 plus according to the namejet bids
PrintRoom.com Good business card site name
BigMoon.com I like it as a brand. Easy to spell, say and remember
EndAcne.com No bidders. Lots of money in zits. Most kids have them
FlipSite.com Nice name for………I guess its pretty obvious
DFIJ.com Only 5 bidders on this one
ProfessionalPhoto.com Surprised there are only 12 bidders
366528.com Might as well throw in a 6N.com CHiP to end this thing
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