I would be my Ford Ka - easy on the eye, nippy, needs little attention and best of all, cheap.
Lol, I'm not trying to insult you, just thought you might want to know some people call the Ka "an American Black Woman"
- Nice curves but a HUGE ass!!
I would be this 1933 Ford Coupe.
Sleek, sexy, loud and powerful, albeit not to everyone's tastes!
And I would probably be in Suzuki Candy Blue rather than the Candy Apple Red on this fine picture.
I would be a very old Ford Prefect, of course, with a clothes peg holding the accelerator cable in place and gray streaks on the hood from weather, wind, and age.
Aston Martin DBS. Gorgeous, fast, shouts 'look at me, look at me' and still has that true British spirit!!
If I were a car I would be a Bentley Azure Convertible , sleek ,elegant and I could move quickly. Or I would be the BMW 7-series well designed, sleek and fast.
I think I'd be an M1 Abrams tank. Kind of ugly, yet intimidating, not too fast, but fast enough and able to run on whatever kind of fuel happens to be around.
Oh, yeah, and able to make a lot of noise.
You are funny!!! I am certain that you are not unattaractive as everyone is beautiful in God's eyes.
I'd be a pastel purple VW Beetle - She might be small and compact, but she's got a lot to say. Her color speaks novels of her personality!
E-Type Jaguar. Over weight, middle aged, but still pretty quick in a straight line
My ex gf had one, couldn't stand it. Not the safest car in the world either!
Im a biodiesel converted VW van with no muffler, smoke pouring everywhere with a sweet mural on the side, a little rust and a big sound system
Can - you - say - VVVVVrrrroooommmm!
A 1965 Ford Mustang , Turquoise with a White Top and White Interior.
1. Reverberating brrummm of the V8 engine - Power
2. Turquoise is a cool calming color - Reasonable
3. Classic -not over done or too trendy - Good Character
4. I could be racey and loud or elegant and quiet. - Versatility
5. Not the neighbors car - Original
7. Needs constant work to keep in good working order.
Very interesting - this is one of the newer questions sometimes asked in job interviews!
I would be a turquoise IH Scout II, from the 1970's, complete with snorkel.
Turquoise, because I like it and it is not one of the factory colors.
(Why be the same as everyone else?)
IH Scout II, because they go almost anywhere.
(Why stay in the lines?)
Snorkel, because, well you never know when driving the river may be needed.
(Prepare for everything!)
I'd be a Fiat X19.. just because it's a fun little car with a hardtop... and it was my first car :-)
Black 1980 Mercedes-Benz R107 SL, as long as Richard Gere were driving, lol!
I think I would be a range rover sport. Big, powerful and just oozes class
I wouldn't say it oozes class, I'd say it oozes "new money" more.
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