Excellent find, Isaiah. Keep the dream alive! Work toward a goal that suits YOURSELF. It could be a BMW M3, like the one Luimarco talks about. It could be a camper-van ... or learning to sail, or learning to fly ... it could be to build yourself a Remittance-Man cabin in the "High Sierras" (or your choice of wilderness) with access to a trout stream or a good fishing lake ... it could be to see Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, or Oktoberfest in Munich, or Angkor Wat, or Walking Street in Pattaya (insert dirty-old-man smiley here!) ...
But have a dream, a goal, that inspires and excites YOU for YOUR sake. And go for it!!
A couple of caveats, though ...
Do you want to achieve this for your own sake? Great!
OTOH, do you want to impress others with it? Not so great.
OTWH*, does it involve "finding the perfect Cupcake?" My advice - think again.
(*On The Worst Hand)
I would argue that the "good MGTOW life," the "good MGTOW dream," isn't concerned with "impressing others" and isn't dependent on "Someone Special" to fulfill it. If you want the drop-top Beemer for the "ultimate driving experience" they advertise, because you love driving sporty and responsive cars and you like the luxury and engineering - notice, this is all about YOUR likes - that's fantastic! If you're thinking of "oh man how cool I'll look, showing up in that at the Manatee Bar on Blues Beach" - trying to impress others is a mug's game. If you're thinking "oh man, the girls will love it" - maybe you belong on the Roosh forum, just sayin'.
ON EDIT: I've got an example from the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show, last April. It's a showcase of every yacht builder's latest-and-greatest, and I had fun looking at them ... and I was smitten with a beautiful Gozzard 37 on offer by one broker. I mean, it's a beautiful vessel, superbly crafted, truly gorgeous abovedecks and below. The asking price? Nearly $300,000 ... That evening, I checked onto Yachtworld.com and found several older Pearson 365 boats, a hull and rig comparable in substance to that gorgeous Gozzard although far more plebeian in style, selling in the $30-40K range, i.e. 1/8 - 1/10 of the price. They'd do the same job, every bit as well ... and I asked myself, is that Gozzard's elegance and flash really worth 8 times as much to me?