I have an old Ford Ranger pickup that used to belong to my dad. It's a piece of junk, but it goes from point A to point B. (I probably shouldn't complain--now it will probably break down.) When I get some money, I want to get a Mustang.
I can drive a boat. does that count? It's about 20 feet long (approx. 6.5 meters) and can go about 60 mph (soory, can't to kph) But that's about... I guess 50 knots (I think, so don't quote me) Anyway, it goes fast. It's my uncle's, he cranks it up to 50, and gives me the wheel in a bay, lots of obstacles, lots of other boats, lots of place to crash. About the only thing I can't do is go backwards into the dock.
I saw a canadian-spec Yaris, nice looking car, going to test drive when they come to the states next year.
I drive a 1996 Ford Taurus. Great (big) car. Hard to park, but it handles very well, rides great, and very peppy. I got it for a steal. Graduation present from my parents, low miles, decent condition, next to no rust. It may be a granny mobile, but it sure doesn't seem like one.
Looking to get a Dodge Challenger in the few years for a summer car. Granted that concept comes to production, and I can afford the base model, and if it's well equiped.
Already got a nice downpaymant, but I just gotta graduate college first.
I really cant wait to drive. I think ill pick it up easily enough really. As for what cars i like im sure there will be different ones when i am old enough, but right now i like Vauxhall Tigras. There's one always parked near me and i really like them. Well i dont know what they are like to drive but i like their appearence. Ever since i went on GTA san andreas i have more of a taste in cars lol.
I cant wait to be able to drive i like cars but i am not as sad as my brother who never stops waching tv programmes about them like top gear and fifth gear and the channel 'men and motors' is on a bit in my house.It is one of those channels that you wouldnt want your parents to catch you waching after 10.00
YEAH!!! lol, I live about 25 minutes outside of Cambridge in the "sticks". Village life is really boring and without my car I would quite possible die (well maybe not die). I could never go back to having to wait for parents to pick me up and take me places , it is not worth thinking about.
But you are right tho, Cambridge centre is just full of cyclist, its mad they cut you up all the time.
A 2000 Volkswagen Jetta..... until it got totaled less then 1 month ago :sad:. I got the worth of the car in cash now, and I have it sitting in an account for 1 year building high interest so hopefully I can get an even better car as a present to myself when I graduate from college. Until then, school is only 2 miles from me, so it is no big deal. But being in Los Angeles with no car stinks.