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A Personality Test


A Personality Test

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Bill Wehnert
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I'd definitely be a solid, dependable, four-door sedan.

Currently drive a Mercedes-Benz E320, before that a Camry

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i be a sleek jaguar, stylish and functional and reliable.

i currently drive a VW Passat, rated the safest sedan in its body style it's fun and safe!
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I think (right now) I'd probably be a Ford Crown Victoria. Rugged, dependable, keeps on going no matter what crap gets thrown at it...
Why do you think the Crown Vic is used as a police cruiser / taxi in so many areas?


As for my daily driver, it's a 2006 Dodge Charger R/T with the Hemi. Big enough for long drives, with enough horsepower for fun.

Jason
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I'd be a Ford Taurus SHO. Understated, but plenty of speed needed.

BTW- I drive a 91 Ford Taurus SHO...
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Best. Answer. Ever.

I'd be a Honda Civic. I drive a Honda Civic.

Boring, gets the job done, not fancy but dependable, slightly overpriced. ;-)

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I'ld be a medium duty 4x4 pickup. (can't do everything, but can do many tasks well, wish they would make one that was better on gas)

currently I drive a subaru forester (pretty utilitarian and not much different I guess)

-- Optimist with experience and still learning
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I'd be a 1970 Dodge Challenger, similar to the one in the movie Vanishing Point.
Currently dirve 2002 Grand Prix GTP and if the weather is real nice my '68 Firebird



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a 1966 Chevy BelAir ... classic, roomy, easy on gas with the 260 cubic inch inline 6 cylinder engine and enough low gear torque to pull a semi cab out of a ditch at idle.

(yeah, we actually did that circa 1970 !)

As for today there are 2 vehicles:
- 1996 Ford Explorer - Eddie Bauer Edition
- 1998 Toyota Avalon - loaded except the moon roof

Both have almost pristine bodies. The Ford is all new except for the frame and body and has close to 200K miles on it. The Toyota interior is immaculate and will be getting a new drive train soon ... oh it has 138K miles on it too.

What does it all say ?

"Looks can be deceiving !"

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Rudy Komacsar
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"Ave Caesar! - Morituri te salutamus."
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a 91 ford taurus! that's excellent! I thought my '92 vw jetta was getting on, but a '91? even better. you must be so proud. I totally am, I talk about her often with a great deal of pride. I originally aimed for 20 years - on april 4th - but she's treating me so well, I've revised that to 25 and rather hoping she'll outlive me. how long do you plan on keeping her/him going?

right now, I'm probably much like my own sweet '92 vanessa - nessie - but my imagination/delusion drives me to a beloved mint condition 1909 REO Runabout, 1900 - 1910 Stanley Steamer or even a 1900 - 1910 Buick - treasured and lovingly cared for, kept in a spotless cubby and driven only in the finest weather.
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