What are your best cars?

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  1. iceangel profile image60
    iceangelposted 13 years ago

    My best car includes
    A mecedies 190 car
    Toyota camry
    Kia picanto

  2. wilderness profile image95
    wildernessposted 13 years ago

    I had a lot of fun with my Mazda R100 (first of the rotary engine vehicles) when I was single.  The performance was a total shock to anyone riding in it.

    Later, married and with children, the Dodge minivan was the best choice we could possible have made.

    Now, it is the Toyota Prius - I love passing the gas stations or filling an empty tank with 8 or 9 gallons.

  3. coolbreeze profile image41
    coolbreezeposted 13 years ago

    My best car was a 61 panel truck that drove me all the way home from New Jersey. I loved that truck!!!!

    1. wilderness profile image95
      wildernessposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Yes!  I forgot the 86 Nissan pickup that I drove to work for 22 years.  I'll bet that not many folks can claim a daily driver car for that long!

  4. boosel profile image62
    booselposted 13 years ago

    i love any car as far as it takes me to where i want. but to be specific, i love Toyota car,they are durable and adorable...

    1. AskAshlie3433 profile image59
      AskAshlie3433posted 13 years ago

      It has to be the 2004 Mustang GT.

    2. shynsly profile image60
      shynslyposted 13 years ago

      I've had many, and loved all but two of them, lol.

      '65 Ford F100 (you never forget your first)
      '86 Chevy Celebrity (not "awesome", but nice for a 16 y.o.)
      '84 Datsun Pickup (had Z-car motor, so was pretty quick)
      '85 Chrysler Caravelle (hated car #1 ...p.o.s.)
      '80 Chevy Monte Carlo (V6 with 4 BBL carb and turbo, interesting car... was a predecessor to the Buick Grand National)
      '78 Chevy Caprice Classic (retired Highway Patrol car, pretty fast)
      '82 Datsun 280Z (body so rusted out, looked like it had been cut up with a chainsaw, but fast and fun!)
      '84 Buick something or other ($300 beater I bought at AIT school in the Army for it's trunk, great place to hide our cigarettes and alcohol, lol)
      '94 Saturn (HATED car #2 ...even bigger P.O.S.)
      '94 Pontiac Grand Am (nothing special, but looked nice)
      '85 Chevy Monte Carlo (not as cool as the first one, but a "monte" nontheless)
      '79 Ford Bronco #1 (inherited from my first section SGT, much sentimental value)
      '79 Ford Bronco #2 (long story)
      '65 Ford Mustang (the one in my profil pic, still have her, long term "project")
      '00 Chevy Blazer (again, nothing special, kid hauler grocery getter that's been reliable for many years and two cross country moves... plus it's paid for)
      '06 Ford Mustang (my baby, and damn do I miss her!)

      At one point, I recieved a letter from the DMV that said if I sold or bought one more car that year, I was going to have to apply for a dealer's license, lol.

    3. Pcunix profile image93
      Pcunixposted 13 years ago

      I loved my 1973 Gran Torino Sport with the 351 Cleveland engine, dual exhaust, four on the floor and big Holley aftermarket carb, but today I love my 2007 Subaru Outback even more smile

      1. I am DB Cooper profile image78
        I am DB Cooperposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        Subarus dominate the streets where I live. They're well-built and handle terrifically in the snow thanks to the AWD and low center of gravity.

        1. Midnight Oil profile image80
          Midnight Oilposted 13 years agoin reply to this

          Subarus dominate here too, but owned and driven by complete plonkers...sad

    4. Midnight Oil profile image80
      Midnight Oilposted 13 years ago

      Has to be my first car - a 1969 original Mini Copper in red with a white roof - Classic!  I use to think I was in the original Italian Job film...

      Reduced to a Citroen Picasso these days to ferry the troops around town wink

    5. eddiecarrara profile image93
      eddiecarraraposted 13 years ago

      I have to say , my best car has been my 1966 Mercury comet, I bought as a winter bomb and fell in love with it. After that winter, it never saw snow again. I got so many compliments on that car, loud and fast! It made a rubbernecker out of anyone, lol

      1. hameidinger profile image59
        hameidingerposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        DB9 smile

    6. Max_Power profile image61
      Max_Powerposted 13 years ago

      Mine is the car that I have now - a black CV8Z Monaro (5.7L V8). Never has a day gone by where I wasn't totally in love with it Lol! My first car, a white (1963?) XM falcon  was also a beauty smile

    7. profile image54
      kdupreeposted 13 years ago

      I love Mercedes Benz.

    8. BigSeanR profile image77
      BigSeanRposted 13 years ago

      My best car for the money was an 85 Mazda 626 coupe. I had over 300k miles on it and it never broke. Some of my other favs:

      Tweaked 91 Nissan NX2000
      63 Volvo PV544
      73 Volvo 145
      73 VW 412
      92 Nissan Maxima SE with built engine

      My 2 current drivers are a 93 Volvo 940 Turbo and an 86 Volvo 240 wagon. I added a turbo and a lot of other go fast stuff to the wagon and its pretty quick. It surpises everyone that's been in it.


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