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Question of the day from Jenny
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I love the old Mustangs
Me too Jenny. From the 60’s and it MUST be a convertible.
Well since it’s a dream and I don’t have go pay for anything:
A BLACK, FULLY LOADED HUMMER!
I have a friend who used to upfit them (sterio, rims, etc.) then ship them to the Middle East!
I’d love to have a Hummer too but I want a bright orange one.
I will have to go with the Aston Martin V12 Vantage.
Not really into cars, so anything that’s fun, kinda sporty, gets decent mileage, and is big enough to fit my dog and my kid and all their crap at the same time.
Now if the question was a horse? … Freisian all the way.
My answer was going to be pretty much the same as Laura’s first paragraph. I would add that my dream car would last (in good condition) until I die. (That reminds me, I need to schedule an oil change.)
Ferrari 458 Italia ……………..
Red with yellow brake pads………….
Oldies, I gotta go with the Mustang. It would have to be either a 1967 or 69.
For new cars, I’ve wanted a Chrysler 300 for so long! That screams elegance, and class.
My grandpa has a brand new Chrysler 300 with all the bells and whistles. It was pretty sweet 🙂
Any car that is brand new that I don’t have to pay for!