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    From the corner of my eye Jewelsy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulahbaby
    Jewelsy, should I even ask you what "lotion Man" means..lolol Yeah alfa are terribly sexy...lol
    Tee Hee. Well, "Lotion Man" owned a company that made lotions, creams, bubble bath, candles, etc. for Bath & Body Works, Bare Essencials, Eddie Bauer, and others. He used to send me boxes of these products so my friends started calling h im "Lotion Man".!
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    From the corner of my eye Jewelsy's Avatar
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    Okay... my vehicle:

    I recently acquired a sleek, sporty white compact with red trim. I love it: I'll take me anywhere. I never have a problem with parking, it seems I never have to fill it up, and it's so quiet it's almost like it doesn't even have an engine

    It's the Luxury / Sport / Compact edition ?

    Yep... it's t's my cane...
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    I drive a 2002 Nissan Xterra 4wd with towing package and power everything...ha ha ha I don't tow anything and I rarely use the 4wd but I got and awesome deal. Meanwhile, hubby drives 92 nissan work truck and a 2002 Nissan Frontier King Cab for play.
    I got the Xterra this year because my Dodge Caravan had become a pain in the rear. This is the first time in 7 years hubby and I have both had a car of our own.

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    '96 Ford Explorer here. I am thinking about getting a Dodge Durango next.

    I need the 4WD because I am always heading up to the mountains to ski. 4WD+studded snow tires = great handling in snow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chirospasm
    I'm a Ford loyalist, even if it does stand for fix or repair daily. Seriously, I do find them very reliable,
    Chiro, I have to agree with you about Fords. I had a 1986 Thunderbird from 1990 until I traded it in in Dec of 95 when I bought my 96 Bronco. The thunderbird served me very well and had close to 150k miles at the time. I had the Bronco until April of this year and I never had to do any more than routine maintainence. That truck had 140k miles when I sold it. Other than being a gas guzzler, you can't go wrong with a Ford 302 engine.
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    This is what I used to drive and have tended to drive. The kind of grade-A Klassy vehicle with a capital K in which you have to pop open your gas tank to get your 8 track to pop out Although this photo doesn’t do justice to the rusty gems I have had the unsafe, carbon-monoxide-inhaling-pleasure to drive. See the people pushing it? Tain't me, but it could have been.



    This is what I want to drive (Hugh Grant’s rockin’ car in “About a Boy”, the Audi TT coupe 225):



    This is what I actually drive. (Hyundai Elantra) Why? Por que? Because I was bein’ all sensible. I bought it for the warranty and because I whittled the will of the sales person down to a fine nub:


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    Jewelsy, that cane gets you great gas mileage, though. And the repair costs are really good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John
    Jewelsy, that cane gets you great gas mileage, though. And the repair costs are really good.
    Yep, and people are ALWAYS giving it double takes -- it must be super sleek and very sexy...
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    I drive a Ford F350 dually extended cab power stroke. For reals. It is my every day car.

    Hubby drives a GMC 2004 Sierra crew cab Duremax.

    Then we have a 1978 Toyota Landcruiser for off roading and camping.

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    My mothers car---

    imagine it with a gold body and black roof-- or just go to miniusa.com and check out the solor gold Mini Cooper.. Not so sure I like this car, its wayyy too small,especially because I have to transport my backpack and soccer bag every morning... And speaking of Transports, this is my moms old car-Pontiac Transport



    its hideously ugly. Seriously.. its green with gold on the bottom

    My brother has a Mustang and my dad has a Mercedes something or other. Me, I want... anything. Seriously.. I don't have a preference- just not a Transport

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