Well it is easy for me! This exact Dodge Viper or the '96-'98 Dodge Viper Coupe. Ever since I was lucky enough to be stuck behind one in traffic, I fell in love with it. I acually followed it for 10 miles before he lost me on the highway. Free Mcx Tips Trial
Being a teacher make me dream for the car that will not make dizzy at paying the annual tax for the car. I'm sure, someday I will manage to have it. My dream car is Suzuki APV Arena or Mitsubishi Maven.
My dream car is one that , is comfortable, safe, gets good gas mileage, requires little upkeep and service, and gets me were I want to go, and is paid for. I don't care what it looks like. In fact it is better if it doesn't attract the attention of someone who wants it.
Come to think of it-- I guess I have my dream car.
Already have my dream car, namely our 2001 Subaru Outback wagon. But don't judge by me: When I was around 15 years old--which would have been in late 1958 or early 1959--one of the big cereal companies hosted a contest: Come up with the car you wanted and the best way of stating why, hey, they'd buy the thing for you.
My entry? The 1959 Nash Metropolitan. Why? Because it was a "nice, conservative car".
Please don't tell anybody. At that time I was starting to ride broncs and bulls, chase girls, drink whiskey, and generally raise He**. If this got out it would really blow my image!
Now, if I can just earn enough AdSense coin to get the Outback a much needed oil change....
A lamborghini!!! The fastest Lamborghini is the Le Mans version of the Murcielago R-GT model. It has been reported to have a top speed of 370 km/h. The fastest street model from Lamborghini is the Murcielago LP640 with an estimated top speed of 340 km/h. Both of the models have a V12 engine with more than 6000 cc.
What would be your dream car?If money wasn't an option what car would you pick? Would it be and Italian sports car? Would it be a classic car or big block V8? would it be an antique car? Or would you just like something modern which gave you good mileage?
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