What do you drive now? What, given your choice, would you want to drive?

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Willie B. good Profile
Willie B. good answered

Mustang V8 GT, given a choice I would drive a Aston Martin.

Toni Pauze Profile
Toni Pauze answered

I’m driving a Ford Fusion

No real preference other than I really liked the Crown Victoria.

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Call me Z
Call me Z commented
I remember Crown Vics were police cars some years back. I had a Linc Town Car back in the 90’s, essentially the same (nice) car.
Toni Pauze
Toni Pauze commented
Very nice car. We still have a 2004 Crown. It’s in excellent condition with only 120,000 miles on it.
Ray  Dart
Ray Dart commented
I had a Crown Victoria on hire a few years ago on one of those "Get a full-size car for an extra 5 dollars a day" deals from Avis.
(I have to be honest and say that I didn't like it.)

I was getting back onto the 101 at Santa Barbara on that southern on ramp that comes up next to the central median. Suddenly, I am surrounded by cars all doing 65, and I'm doing 40.

Silly Englishman, I floored the throttle - the car left big black marks over the next 200 yards. They were still there the next day.

I'm not sure whether the car is normally that powerful, or mine was a freak.

The wheelspin was accompanied by chronic axletramp - it was not a laughing experience.
Skip  Gentry Profile
Skip Gentry answered

I just bought a new 2018 Chevy Cruze three weeks ago. I love it! I also have a 1964 Corvette convertible but it doesn’t come out Of the garage very often.

Yin And Yang Profile
Yin And Yang answered

We got a 2013 Toyota Siena. Can seat up to 8 people. Which is perfect cuz we either have our son in law with us now (plus room for a grand baby some day 😍) or our daughters usually have a friend or two venturing along with us. I hate to say it because I never considered myself to be materialistic and always been happy with what I have but... I am convinced this particular van was made just for me! From the color of his paint down to every little design on the inside. And I LOVE my back up camera! Oh I'm giddy! I hear "Carlsbad" calling me! (Yes Jr named it after our favorite beach! 😅) M U S T go run an errand!!! 😅😅😅😅 😊

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Yin And Yang
Yin And Yang commented
Thank you my friend. He is so funny. I asked him "can we call him Carl for short or at least Bad?" He said no his name is CARLSBAD! Lol! Not disrespectful, just his big personality. My dad has a fish tank which my mom has really gotten into so one day he came back with 6 more fish. The kids were admiring the new pets. Jr right off the bat "claimed" one as his fish. He is (was 😔) an all black molly... He named him "Lemon." 😅😅😅 I miss seeing him pass by the tank and say "oh HI Lemon!!!" We lost Lemon about a week and a half ago. 😔
Call me Z
Call me Z commented
No buyer’s remorse there. Good for you, Yin.
Yin And Yang
Yin And Yang commented
Thank you my friend. I am 4'11 and didn't realize how much I COULDN'T see out the windshield until I got behind the wheel of a vehicle to which I COULD see. It really does feel like it was made for me... and yet I know it wasn't because Yang's 5'11 and nothing seemed shorter. Lol!
Mountain  Man Profile
Mountain Man answered

I drive a Ford F-250 FX4. I would really like an F-150 Raptor.

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Yin And Yang
Yin And Yang commented
So very true. Thank you for your answer my friend. 😊
Mountain  Man
Mountain Man commented
Yin, for me it is the necessity of hauling lumber, mountain stone and other building materials. Plus towing a trailer with my loader on it. And 4WD is a must in the winter where I live.
Yin And Yang
Yin And Yang commented
Thank you my friend. 🤗
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I have 2 lifted jeeps, but I’m gear swapping one right now and rebuilding the front end on the other. So, I’m stuck driving my boyfriends lifted 2010 Chevy Silverado. I’d like to have an old square body Chevy, but it’s hard to find any semi-clean ones up here.

Ray  Dart Profile
Ray Dart answered

I have a little Mazda MX5 (may be called a Eunos, stateside). It's fun, and I can hustle it around narrow English roads faster than anything. But, it will be replaced (probably) with a Mustang. Bigger, more comfortable, more features etc etc - just won't be as quick or so much fun round the local roads.

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