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Just had a little incident involving my car and a fuse and I thought to myself: "Hey! Why not make a thread about cars!" and so here we are
The purpose of this thread is to talk about cars, the ones we drive, the bonds we form with them, the ones we want to drive, tips on maintaining them, how many autobot/decepticon symbols our cars have, etcetera
I for one drive a Burgundy 1994 V6 Holden Statesman. I've named it Ron after the Will Ferell character from Anchorman (Burgundy in colour, called Ron, =Ron Burgundy geddit?). Pretty much immediately after getting it I put an Autobot badge on the fuel cap and another over the original Holden badges place (which was missing). It's also got a hula girl on the dash named Cheryl. I've only had it for barely a year but through all the little hiccups along the way I've managed to build up a few basic skills in keeping the blasted thing going. Ron can be pretty dodgy at times, but I still love it
So that's what get's me from A to B, what about everyone else?
Aw, I actually don't drive, and the last thing I really saw about cars was a story on 60 minutes about Lamborghini company.
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