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What sort of car(s) do you drive?
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22 / M / New Jersey
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audi a5
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55 / M / Tacoma, WA. wind...
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I have a 1989 Ford Escort with 239000 miles on it.... and a 1998 Chevy S-10 Pickup, both with four cylinder engines.... I don't mind getting 25 and 33 MPG

USED to have a '74 Chevy Nova with a 350 and a 4 Bbl carb.... Got about 8MPG but I could get there doing 155MPH.... It was fast but not quick... Only turned a 14.87 in the 440yd dash.

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2007 black Hyundai Tucson.
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2011 Chevy Cruze 6 Speed Stick Shift


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Not a fan of cars. I dislike most cars save for only a select few. If it's not trying to kill you, I am uninterested in it. If it's tall, I am uninterested.

So I am extremely picky when it comes to cars. So what car do I drive? None.
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23 / M / B.C, Canada
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I have a 2004 cavalier for a daily driver and a 95 f-250 7.3l diesel for play on my days off!
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I just fly around all over the place.. No need for a car ;).. I personally have a 1999 Chevy blazer that is in pretty good shape. I don't drive often though.
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36 / F / British Columbia
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Posted 11/6/14 , edited 11/6/14
I bike, walk, or take the bus so I don't have a car at all.

I'm probably the oldest person on this site who doesn't have a driver's license... meaning I have NEVER had a driver's license. I just haven't bothered to learn how as I've never been in a situation where it is imperative for me to drive. I'm always close enough to civilization that I don't need to drive to get groceries and such. I do save tons of money on gas/maintenance/repairs/insurance/etc.
I do know how to run loaders and excavators though. They are tons of fun! Wouldn't mind rippin' around town in one just for sh*** and giggles.
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I can't even get my permit.
It's $80.
Driving, my mom will let me drive sometimes, but I can't get my license on her budget.
Even when I had a job I still couldn't get my license.
I don't think it's meant to be.
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thaknowhow wrote:


Car's are expensive that's for sure! Licenses not so much :p


Bills come first :-\
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My Work/tow/need to carry more than a duffel bag/WTF?! It's actually f%$#ing snowing in Vancouver?!/I don't feel like being wet today... /heaters are awesome vehicle is a 2006 Diesel F-350 Super duty, Super cab 4x4 Short box, only complaints about it is that it's an automatic ( the shame!). Usually I'm on my 2013 Suzuki DR650 though.





I used to have a wicked awesome 1979 Mustang with a 5.0 and 4speed on the the floor until the engine grenaded itself suddenly... Would have ended up being way more than she was worth to fix in one go and keeping her to fix later wasn't an option as the body was starting to degrade as well... Miss that car.

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TeeBuddy2 wrote:

2011 Chevy Cruze 6 Speed Stick Shift


YES! Long live manuals!
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KP_Wrath wrote:

2004 Ford Explorer XLT, great for travel and college, except that on its absolute best day, the sucker gets 16 mpg.


Damn man... V8? My '94 with the 4.0 got better than that.
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21 / F / Canada
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I actually have a Nissan Juke as well. I've had it for about a year and a half now and it really is the love of my life. I have a thing for Jeeps though. I'm not 100% sure what it is but I'm in love with white Jeeps. Eventually I'd like to own one of those babies, but as of now I am more than content with my Juke.
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23 / M / Here or There
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Posted 11/7/14 , edited 11/7/14
I drive a 1989 Volvo 760 station wagon, but I want a Nissan Skyline R34, Cadillac Elmiraj, or some sort of classic American muscle car.
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