Most people have any money they have saved up in a bank account, or invested in stocks/bonds, or just plain don't have any saved. Am I the only one that considers their parts and vehicles as their "bank"? Whenever I buy ANYTHING vehicle related, I don't buy it unless it's something I know I can re-sell for at least what I paid or more. To me, every part I have is an asset that equivilates the sum of all the money I have made by wheeling and dealing with trucks and cars. When I'm short on money, and I need to make a "withdrawal", some vehicles or parts get sold. It's like me cashing in on my investments... some of which yield profit, and others which I break even, and the occasional slight loss. I know that doing this is risky, cause the market could be considered unstable, but everytime I get money, I always feel the need to keep it moving around, getting something else which later down the line will yield me cash back or even more when I need it. I already know all the flaws to this, and is something I consider a temporary way of life until I am married and have kids... but was just wondering if anyone else thinks this oddly.