Swedish, 36 y.o.
Interests include: American cars, hockey, poker, black jack and animals of all kinds.
Current goal: Las Vegas 2020!
Life goal: Finding that special someone.
My name is Peder, and I have a lot of dreams and hopes. But all I really want is to connect with that special someone. Send me a mail if you want to get in touch.
My hobbies include poker, black jack, american vintage cars, hiking and animals of all kind. I am currently considering adopting a dog, maybe a border collie. Would be nice to have a companion on hikes.
Anyone who knows me knows that my biggest dream is to go to Las Vegas. Follow me on my social channels to see if my dream finally becomes reality.
Las Vegas 2020!
Life grants nothing to us mortals without hard work.
I also love a good game. Battle Royale is my favorite genre and I play Fortnite, League of Legends, PUBG and H1Z1. Find me on Twitch - if you can...
Many animals suffer unspeakable cruelties as people don’t understand that animals have rights, let alone the importance of having those rights. In our beautiful world, surely animals have the right to live a life free of pain and suffering. Just because us humans are at the top of the food chain, it doesn’t mean we are the only ones with rights. All living things make up a balanced ecosystem and within this system all things have their rightful place and earn the necessary consideration and respect for that place and balance. Animals are sentient beings! They do not have a voice, us humans need to protect them and give them a voice and this is where the concept of animal rights is rooted.
This Wikipedia article is great: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vintage_car
For the average person car collecting is a hobby. A person can have a fascination with a certain vehicle, make or a history with one so seeks a particular make or model. Finding such a car at an affordable price is not always hard but the price will depend on the condition or the desired end result. Usually the less work required on a vehicle equates to a higher price, the more work required means a cheaper initial cost, but often more in the long run, and a person's level of restoration experience plays an important part.