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What sort of car(s) do you drive?
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24 / M / Somewhere in rura...
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2004 Ford Explorer XLT, great for travel and college, except that on its absolute best day, the sucker gets 16 mpg.
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48 / M / Memphis, TN
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My everyday to-work-and-home car is a 1985 Toyota Corolla. She's grumpy and grizzled like her owner, but still gets great mileage! And I have a little 1997 Ford Ranger for working around the property.
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got some rich folks on CR don't we

i drive an old '96 toyota camry. gets me where i need to go and has great gas mileage -- i fill up every two-three weeks lol.

i'd like to own a nissan frontier one day. they look cool and i like trucks.
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27 / M / Port Charlottel, FL
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Dark blue mini cooper (Don't know if it's S or not).
Was my mom's car, then she gave it to me so I could get rid of my shitty Ford Mercury Sable xD
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Lenalee1 wrote:

Your cars look super nice!

I have a black WV Tiguan, but I really wish I owned a BMW.


Black passat. Once you go black...

What are you mid aged?
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I have a black '01 Accord. Bland. But practical. It's my first car, so I had to agree to buy something under 5K. I originally wanted a VW Beetle but all the Beetles under 5K were Junkers.

What I would really love would be a luxury sportscar like pretty much everyone, or a Beetle, or interestingly enough a vintage VW bus but my car right now for its use is pretty practical even if it's not exactly cute quirky or cool.
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27 / M / Tulsa, Oklahoma
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animegirl2222 wrote:

I have a black '01 Accord. Bland. But practical. It's my first car, so I had to agree to buy something under 5K. I originally wanted a VW Beetle but all the Beetles under 5K were Junkers.

What I would really love would be a luxury sportscar like pretty much everyone, or a Beetle, or interestingly enough a vintage VW bus but my car right now for its use is pretty practical even if it's not exactly cute quirky or cool.


Ah, my first car was a 2009 Nissan Maxima. Drove it right off of the showroom floor. Sports suspension, heated leather seats and a heated steering wheel, a beautiful V6 engine, and a huge navigation screen. I kind of, sort of crashed it while I was racing someone. I suppose that you'll never really forget your first car; I absolutely loved my Max.

The classic VW Beetles are awesome, assuming that they've been restored or were kept in good condition. Plus, you'll drive around knowing that everywhere you go, someone is getting punched in the arm after seeing your car.
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28 / F / SC
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i had an '02 mazda 626 one time. i loved that car. the coolest thing was that there was this button between the two vents in the middle front, and it would make the vents swing left and right
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27 / M / Tulsa, Oklahoma
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i had an '02 mazda 626 one time. i loved that car. the coolest thing was that there was this button between the two vents in the middle front, and it would make the vents swing left and right


Was it a "manual" switch or an electric switch? Were the vents being moved by a small motor unit? If so, that is incredibly bad ass; I love little details like that.
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Sogno- wrote:

got some rich folks on CR don't we

i drive an old '96 toyota camry. gets me where i need to go and has great gas mileage -- i fill up every two-three weeks lol.

i'd like to own a nissan frontier one day. they look cool and i like trucks.


I got one of those frontiers. They are far more reasonable used than a tacoma.

My other car: BMW 335D. The D is for diesel or for the smiley face.
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I don't drive and honestly feel like I never will because in my home it's bills, bills, bills.
Feel like I'll never have the money to get my license.
But if I did have the money for a car and a license it would be the Honda CR V,
it's beautiful.
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27 / M / Tulsa, Oklahoma
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ev9295 wrote:

I don't drive and honestly feel like I never will because in my home it's bills, bills, bills.
Feel like I'll never have the money to get my license.
But if I did have the money for a car and a license it would be the Honda CR V,
it's beautiful.


Getting a license is cheap and easy. I mean, I suppose it depends on where you live, but I'm fairly sure that it was within the $50-$100 range for me.
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23 / M / MS
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2004 Dodge Stratus RT and it's black
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23 / M / MS
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Car's are expensive that's for sure! Licenses not so much :p
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27 / M / on your lap, purring
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SgtBanana21 wrote:

Title says it all! What sort of vehicle do you drive? Do you have a favorite, or a car that you would (within reason) like to own in the future?

I have an Audi TT (so much fun), a Nissan Juke, and an FJ Cruiser!



Do you own these three cars, or just drive them?
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