My name is Joe , I am in my 50's,Live on the South River which is the next river down from the Naval Academy and have been really interested/fascinated by cars since the V8 Dodge Polara that my Father had when I was in the 7th grade.
Here is the story of how I came to own an M45X
I late November, in one of the dumb stop and go type accidents on the highway, I totaled my 2007 Dodge Charger SRT 8 . Even with the big Brembos and the best tires one can get for the Charger, trying to go from 60 MPH to a full stop when the car is only one car lengtrh in front of you, I never made it. Nailed a Ram 1500 and the Air bags went off,etc.. He was okay as was me but not my poor Charger.
After owning that Charger with it's V8, I knew I could never go back to anything but a powerful V8 nor do I ever buy a brand new car because of the hit on resale value ,etc. .
I had too much TLC and power/apeareance modifications done to the Charger so I could not bring myself to buy another one. Kind of like how you spend a lot of time and effort making something the way you want but you know you can never replace it.
So, after checking out every V8 that I could afford and that I liked, I ended up at an Infiniti dealer and test drove the G37X and a 2008 M45X with 20K miles on it.After only 10 minutes of beating the M45X up on some serious curves and having a ball with that great high Torque V8 on the highway, I was hooked and bought it.
I will get better photos since I have only had the car for a month so here is a picture I just took in the driveway of my 'new' M45X:
Here is a picture of my now deceased Charger:
I like to restore old cars so this is my current 'work in progress'. It is 1970 Dodge Challenger
This is the car I had before the Charger. it is a 2005 ZMy daily commuter car is a 2005 Jeep Liberty whis is the only year that Jeep had a Diesel in the Liberty line.
Diesels last FOREVER so I was not afraid to buy one with 58,000 miles on it. Makes me enjoy my M45X even more when I do drive it.
I have not taken any picures of it but it is in perfect shape.
Thanks for reading,