Thursday, August 30, 2007

king solomon's fly ride


ma girls and i were chatting dis evening and the conversation moved around quite a bit until it ended up at a big question: which fly guy drives the flyest ride in GT? who are the main contenders? for my money pressy of the photo place has a nice suv (not sure what kind it is but it looks hot) and ronnie sarwan drives a nice bmw suv and mr. kings son of king's jewellery drives a big lexus jeep but that just too big. for me the prize has to go to the other king, king solomon for that sexy chrysler car (see photo above) that he rolls around in. ma girls don't necessarily agree with me but dat's how i feel. they say mr. splashmin who drives a bmw convertible wins for them.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Chrysler is one of the cheapest and most unreliable brand of cars, regardless of how good it might look. Lexus and Infiniti are the most expensive and best, even better than Mercedes and BMW. Not sure that you might have Infinitis in Guyana, though, probably a few old Lexuses.

Nice blog, by the way, keep em coming.

A car guy in the US.

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GT Gossip Queen said...

email me car guy, need to ask you some questions - gtgossipqueen@gmail.com

thanks

Anonymous said...

I emailed you, so check your email, shoot your questions and hit reply button.

Car Guy

MRS. TOPPIN said...

MR.SOLOMON IS MY BOSS...
AND AS FOR THE FIRST COMMENT ABOUT THIS, THAT PERSON KNOWS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ABOUT CAR.
ALL I WANT U TO DO FOR ME IS RESEARCH THIS PARTICULAR CAR AND THE COST.
...LET'S SEE HOW CHEAP IT IS NOW HUH?
$18,000000 AINT CHEAP FREN!

Anonymous said...

Lets do a little math here. GY$18,000,000. = US$ 90,000.
A brand new Chrysler 300 car (Solomon's ride) according to www.chrysler.com sells for US$25,000. - $30,000. Assuming that duty/c-tax/vat is paid on it, that doubles the price in GY and makes it GY$12,000,000 maximum.

More realistically, Solomon's car is at least 2 yrs old, that values it at US$15,000.- $20,000., or if he bought it at an auction in the US, which is where most Guyanese buy cars to bring/send home, then he paid US$5,000-$10,000. for it. Even if duty etc. was paid on that, it would be a lot less than $18,000,000.

We know that its your job to defend your boss, Ms. Toppings, but trying to fool us with questionable honesty is not going to work.

So who know what they're talking about now, eh?

Car Guy