Well, cruising through Metro Atlanta and the daily traffic congestion gives me time to observe a lot of unique license plate configurations. If it is now "KINGPIN" or "LadyBug" or something else I can read from the rear of a car - I am actually more interested if you have named your car, motorcycle, boat, etc.
So I am for example named my MINI Cooper S "RUDOLPH". Now your question certainly will be "why?". Well I bought this car Christmas, it is Chilli Red (Like Rudolph Red Nose), and it just looks liek Rudolph. So, that is my story.
What is your story and the name behind your vehicle? Thank you for sharing.
My car doesn't, but my parents, at various points, have owned "Betsy," "Bob," and "Sparky." Mine was supposed to be a temporary hand-me-down from my b-i-l, so that's why I never gave it a name. Had it over a year now, so probably i should start thinking about one.
well...let us see now...I took a plane from pdx to Boston to pick up my outback and before I had driven it across country on a sight seeing excursion, I realized the only appropriate name for it had to be "piece of crap". It did not get 32 mpg, only 31.5, .......disgusting.
My car doesn't have a name. But my husband's crossover SUV does...Baby Huey. I started calling it that because it looked like Baby Huey (for those of you too young to remember Baby Huey was an oversized duckling found in cartoons and comic books) next to my Sunfire in the garage. The name stuck.
I once had a car I called the Red Beast because it was red and BIG
my car is called Betty and so has every car i have ever owned probably because at school my nick name was betty boop.I have tried calling my corsa some thing else but i cant print them lol and amazingly enough Betty didnt seem to approve...Oh believe me my car has bloomin feelings lol....
I used to have a 79' Cutlass Supreme Oldsmobile Lowrider that was White and I called it "GUERO"......that was my baby!!! I used to be into the lowrider scene so much that I was even a Lowrider model for 5 years..... But that was my favorite car!
Funny to read some of these. I don't name my own vehicle, but we used to call my wife's big old green suburban "The Dragon" when the kids were little, and they would joke about how getting inside was being "eaten." My step mother used to name her cars too, she had a yellow Ford Bronco named Buttercup and a white station wagon named Lily.
A little bit of a silly name, but mine is crystal. Just for the fact that I put shiny new rear and front lights on her, and after giving her a proper clean, it glistened. It seemed appropriate at the time :-)
It's common practice to name boats. Are you one of those people who names your vehicle(s)?If yes, please share how you selected your car (or motorcyle or motorhome).Do you assign it a sex (m/f)?I had no trouble naming...
I have recently stumbled on a great forum that was closed and was not able to provide my feedback so I decided to initiate my own. Want to hear from different folks if you have a name for your car or ever thought...
I have always had a thing about names for my pets, I like them to be unusual and to fix the animals also I am superstitious about naming an animal after the deceased, each time I did (only a couple of times) I lost that...