Wait until he pisses all the money away and is back at square one.
Yenko Camaro - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaAs of September 2008, there are two known automatic transmission 1969 Yenko Camaros remaining, according to an ESPN auction show.
On Jan. 17, 2009, a documented ZL-1 COPO, dark green, re-bodied, went for $290,000 at the Barret Jackson Auto Auction as Lot 12773. "Mr. October," Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson, was bidding on this car but didn't win it. Another yellow, with original body but non-original heads, with auto transmission, sold for $270,000.
Ok, back on topic.
The American Dream is not about money. Money is nothing but a tool of establishing value and allowing a common exchange of value, it has no intrinsic value to any sane person, only fools. The "American Dream" is having the freedom, outside of established, artificial socio-economic class and boundaries to realistically pursue those dreams. Money may help you achieve your dreams, but really, money is not the dream itself, after all, money is not useful for anything in and of itself, just a tool to get what you value. What you value is the dream, having the freedom to pursue that dream is the real "American Dream".
Be sure to work hard and get lots of overtime. People on welfare want more steaks and free upgrades to smart phones with unlimited data packages.