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?
I think for me it would be more about who was driving my dream car!!!!
If money wasn't an option, I would finance a team of scientists to build me a mech. A mech with the power of flight. While they're working on that technology, I can just take the hover-car to work.
id like a van but a station wagon will be nice.space is a must.
1999 Chevy Tahoe Diesel 2Dr. Z71 black with leather.
This truck is rare but I had one ten years ago, best car I ever had.
A completely restored 1950s original version of the Austin-Healey 4-cylinder. (1955 - 1956 BN2 Austin-Healey 100M -- Limited production high performance).
Alternatively, a later 6-cylinder model.
Forgot to mention that my dream car at the moment would be either 1967 Chevy Impala 4 door pillarless or 1978 XC Ford Falcon Coupe, 351 V8. Both these cars were produced for the Australian market. I am a big fan of big tank style cars as well, like 1978 ZH Ford Fairlane 4 Door or big Cadillacs of the Eldorado variety.
1966 Chevelle SS. I can't decide whether it would be charcoal grey or Cadillac red (the red with the gold fleck). *sigh*
More like Dream Garage,
New: tech art Porche panamara
Old: '72 chevelle SS
Truck: Range Rover Sport
Bike: Ducati 1198
For for relaxing: two feet and a heartbeat!
I would like a small car like a Volkswagen in some colour like pink or blue
I would really like any American Car (GMC, Ford, Chevrolet, etc), Big, Spacious, Strong, Heavy, but with very good fuel economy (like 35mpg or better).
You are a curious little cat Leon with all these questions...
If w'ere talking contemporary, I'd like a sky blue mini cooper convertible. If it's vintage...hmmm...I'm not sure..maybe a cute little fiat 500 from the sixties. Or else something gas-guzzling from the 1930's
Its Mazda RX-8, 2004 Model
since 3 years
let see, how long it will be my dream car. Until, i grab it
Someone to gift me? lol
Lamborghini Countach, or BMW M1, or a mint new 1984 Mercedes 280SE.
I would have to say for a New car theMazda Miata Convertable
For a show car, my old 1934 Plymouth Coupe with a 409 engine.
For a classic the 1970 Super Bee
I wrote a hub on it. My dream car was 1970s Ford Capri (Then..). But I changed it to Ford Capri 2011
by footynut 3 years ago
If you could own any car what would it be?
by bizijebator 6 years ago
Which car do you have & which car is your dream car?I own a bmw 3 series, e46 model. And i just love it. And my dream car is lamborghini murcielagoNow its your turn to tell me which car you own, and which car you would like to have, if you had money for it.
by Sun Pen 50 8 years ago
But I changed it to 2011 Ford Capri as they are going to bring it back. Check the Detroit Auto show 2011 in January.
by jasenpages 8 years ago
What's your dream car?I've always wanted a porche 911 twin turbo, but if I had to pick one car, assuming that money is no object it would be the bugatti veyron supercar.
by Annemari 6 years ago
What is your dream car?It's engine power and price?
by Christy G 7 years ago
If money wasn't stopping you from purchasing your dream car, what would it be and why?I know that most people are unable to afford the car of their dreams. My dream car is a Ford Edge with a sunroof or a mini van.
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