All signs point to an Aston Martin. I'm not sure which model I want yet, but I am leaning toward the V8 Vantage.
Oh, and runner up would be a DeLorean.
If I won the lottery I would get myself a mint condition 1955 VW Van
There is only one sane answer to this question... Bugatti Veyron.
But then again, it depends on how much I actually won at the lottery.
I would buy the one I have now but only newer. Chevy Suburban, it is just practical for our busy lives. We have to haul music equipment, the kids have plenty of growing room, it is comfortable, the sun roof is nice, if I get ran over I probably have the bigger vehicle , The DVD player is great for the kids, push start. The only thing I would change is I wish it was a hybrid and used less gas. Yes I would still care about reducing even if I one the lottery.
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A Ford F150, do you really want everyone to know should you win the lotto?
Why buy one? Here's a few I'd have;
1) Bugatti Veyron Supersports
2) Ferrari 458 Italia
3) Jaguar XJ220
4) Lamborghini Miura
5) Nissan GT-R
I would probably just pay off my current car Silver Hyundai Sonata V6 with sun roof. I love that car!
I'd invest it. My Enclave will serve me at least another 70-100,000 miles.
My dream car has always been and still is:
2010 Porsche 911 2-door Carrera Coupe - Silver
2010 model just because it's new, but I've always loved the 911 Carreras since I lived in Germany.
Maybach (with employed driver) for the daily grind.
Aston Martin to take the Mrs out at weekends.
Porsche 911 GT3 for me time.
If I won the lottery I would by a Porsche 911 turbo. That is one hot car! Of course, Godlike has an excellent point. The Bugatti Veyron is incredible. Visited their showroom in Berlin last fall. Amazing!
A brand new Softail Harley Davidson with lots of chrome and leather saddle bags.
I would keep my paid for 9 year old truck as long as I could. another 10 years or longer.
I won't win the lotto. I don't play. The odds of winning are against us.
Bugatti Veyron, fantastic car, would have to be black though
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by docrehab 7 years ago
Any idea of what is the fastest non-sport car ?
by Divya Devarajan 9 years ago
As of my knowledge the current market sales itsFastest car: SSC Ultimate Aero: 257 mphExpensive Car: Bugatti Veyron $1,700,000.Is there any new?
by TheHoleStory 2 years ago
What would you do with your winnings and buy if you won the Power-ball lottery jackpot?
by Lgali 9 years ago
Last week I won $100 that is my maximum
by footynut 3 years ago
If you could own any car what would it be?
by ArtByCari 7 years ago
What would you do if you won the lottery?How would you spend a million dollars? How about one hundred million?
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