I don't know which was the most awesome. I loved the Volkswagon Thing that I drove in NV. It would go anywhere, had a convertible top and it was a lot of fun to drive. We would take it yard saling and come home, getting the strangest looks. We strapped a screen door to the roll bars. We put the back seat down and put the rocker back there (Beverly Hillbillies style, haha), we strapped a turtle kids pool on top and had to hold it down (it wanted to go flying). We just had a lot of fun in it.
I had a '78 Impala station wagon when my boys were little. I worked in Cincinnati, and lived in a town northwest 25 miles away, on the border of Indiana. It was a steep grade all the way home and all of the little 4 cyl. cars would be down to 35-40 mph. I could cruise up that hill at 70 mph, with no problem.
I also loved my Blazer, which was a two door and MINE. I had been without a personal vehicle (we just had one family vehicle) and had been getting rides to work with fellow workers. That was getting old in a hurry, so when I got that at a good price, I was so delighted with it. It was a smaller one and got pretty good gas mileage too.
I am pretty delighted with our latest car, a Pontiac Bonneville. We had been without a vehicle for a year, our old one died, and we couldn't afford a down payment on my husbands disability. We have a friend that sold this to us and is letting us make payments. We are free again and I am not walking a mile to the grocery stores every day. I would love just about any vehicle that ran at this point.