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Viking  8y ago

@BR2+ yeah I learned to drive with a 1972 Mercury Comet GT (a Ford product). The only one I have purchased was my 2011 Mustang GT, although I sold it due to high payments, and poor fuel economy. My dad still owns a 1994 Mustang GT, of which I am the primary driver lately (he is 78 years old and not in 100 percent health). My nephew owns a 2009 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. My sister owns a Mercedes ML350. My current commuter car is the Toyota MR2 Spyder who's emblem provides my current avatar. So yeah lots of Fords in my family, and I guess it affects my aura. lol. :)


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BR2+  8y ago

lol Yeah you definetly give of that "Ford" Ting about you, I think more of a slightly older Ford Aura, like 70-79. Possibly 2013 though.

But if I were to pick a SuperCar for you, It would be a Ford GT or LP640, dunno why you just give of that feeling.

@Mental

Maybe a "Bit" of an R8 V8 vibe with a hint of F11 M6, a Dash, Just a Dash of Viper SRT-10, with a touch of LP560 and a smidgen of LF-A.

Fangio Man is definety a Mercedes Benz SLR Sterling Moss Speedster.

Shaggy still a Dart lol


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Viking  8y ago

@BR2+
I have been thinking about it a long time, and yeah you might be right about a "Ford" aura about me. I really do like the Ford GT40, and it kinda embodies a lot of things about me. I am in some ways like Ian Fleming's James Bond: a blunt instrument that can fit in quite well in sophisticated, wealthy company. Nimble, yet very muscular. Like the GT40's styling, I am prone to bragging, but able to back it up. :)
Of course even in my previous career I couldn't afford a Ford GT40. I like the original GT40 better than the more recent (larger and heavier) Ford GT. However, I wouldn't mind that either if it would ever become affordable (unfortunately not likely). :)


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BR2+  8y ago

...Well, Its fine anyway you look at it, even if your not skinny or gay lol

As for SuperCar, a 993 Turbo wouldn't be bad, But your damned hard to figure out for a SuperCar, Just dunno.

No comment bout the R34. But I definetly don't see my self as any version of a Corvette, Sadly. Maybe a NSX or something, but no Vette, Im hard as shite too-_-


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Mental  8y ago

@BR2
Naah, finally I've got it... And then again I'm even more disturbed as how could you imagine me being a Suzuki. Because I'm NOT a skinny silly "stylish" youngster.. and definitely I'm NOT a ******/gay!

Anyway, if I was a machine, I certainly would be an old Bimmer. And if I was a supercar, then I would be Porsche 993 Turbo more likely. What about you, I still suppose you would be suitable being R34 Skyline. But I changed my mind you being a Viper as a supercar. C7 Corvette would embody you, I guess.

@ddd
Yeah, thanks. F50 would be cool to own... Except one aspect - owning a Ferrari (or just any supercar) in my region would be a complete hemorrhoids... And in addition, conforming to BR2's methods, I would not be a Ferrari, because I'm not that Ferrari's breed.


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BR2+  8y ago

..Not sure where you get stereotypes from..

But its not about stereotyping someone, I don't even know a Ukrainian stereotype.

Its "Embodiment" a car that's you, not based on your driving preferences or driving style, or likes or wants or needs, Its YOU, in CAR FORM. Not quite sure a lot of you get it.(Its fine though, don't think tis is done very often)

Don't think a car can be categorized as Gay..If you are I don't care I don't judge lol Bu I don't get a Ferrar vibe from you, or almost anyone with the exception of Lafars on this site. You seem more like a Family type car more then anything. Shaggy too, but more American. Mental is nowhere near an F50, If I were to pick a Ferrari for him, Id be either a 355 GTS, F430 or a 330 GT2+2. But hes no Ferrari.

Fangio Man seems like a German car, CSG is Definetly an American Car.

SuperCars are hard to chose.(Maybe I should have done Animals instead..-_-)


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aaaa  8y ago

Dodge viper srt10 acr, and not only because it's my favourite car. It's stylish, full of energy, demands attention, Extremely fun loving and likes to be pushed to the limit, like me. :D


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ddd  8y ago

@Mental i think Ferrari F50 will be good for you :).


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Mental  8y ago

Ah, so that's about Stereotypes!... Then I'm even more curious how could you associate my qualities with a typical Suzuki Swift driver?!? Out of all list you mentioned, you attributed me the gayest car, but I'm no way a gay!, neither I'm some "stylish" youngster with crooked teeth...

Well, I thought Viper and R34 GT-R would embody you, because those can be associated with freedom-loving, responsible but a little insane people, who don't much care about conventional principles and stereotypes; people who want to get the maximum out of the car they drive.


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BR2+  8y ago

@Mental

Those cars wouldn't even be close to emboding me..I see myself more of a Mini Coupe.

But im rather, EXTREMELY curious as to why you would say an R34 and a Viper?...More curious on the R34 part..

But picking a car that embodies you isn't about picking a car you like, or picking your favorite everyday car, its what EMBODIES you.


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lafars  8y ago

i got corvette, also when i tried to vary things that i might also do with my dreamcar and what people cannot do in my car

BR2: i would love to have the enzo, but if i had to choose of the classical ferraris it would be the GTC/4 (being cheaper and rarer than than the dayatona) or the F40 or F50, but a 275 doesn't seem bad and is something i could definatly see myself in :)


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Mental  8y ago

BTW, forgot to mention.

BR2, let me guess... The car that would embody you is the R34 Skyline, and a supercar - Viper TA. Right? But that was kind of obvious. :)


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Mental  8y ago

Well, thinking in a sober way, the most perfect vehicle for me would be Jag XFR-S. It combines every needed quality for my ideal universal car:
-loads of practicality;
-very comfort;
-high-quality; reliable;
-ZF gearbox (to be honest, in my real conditions auto tranny is an advantage, cause there are no roads to enjoy the manual.. -__-);
-can be used at off the road;
-decent traction;
-decent performance;
-loads of torque;
-excellent braking of 102 ft from 60 mph (Corvette C7 does 99);
-maneuverable enough;
-excellent at burning tires and being tail-happy;
-fun to drive;
-wild V8 growl;
-exotic beautiful looks.

All that makes it a fast badass cruiser.

I'd change few things:
-equip it with a PDK-gearbox;
-drop the weight to minimum, using lightweight materials and ditching redundant options;
-most advanced suspension;
-and more poweerrrrrr!!

Dear Santa...


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Shaggy  8y ago

@ BR2+: As I said, I like the new Dodge Darts, to be honest, I saw myself as a Dodge, just never saw myself as a new Dart until you mentioned it, it does fit me, I would probably have one if I lived in a city , I guess I'm too practical for a supercar.
@ Super8: A Mastretta?! LOL I never saw that one coming!


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Fangio Man  8y ago

Mercedes? OK, I can live with that.


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Flabernat  8y ago

What?.. Why not BR2+? :P


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Super8  9y ago

@ BR2+: Lol! But I still choose some of Japanese supercar when drive on street of Osaka. But, if I want do some racing on Tokyo Wangan or in mountain, I choose American supercar. American cars know how scare somebody.


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Super8  9y ago

@ Shaggy: A Super Car that fits to your style is Mastretta MXT :D
BTW, that site said "You should drive a Lamborghini" considering I never drive Lamborghini before.


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Piorun  9y ago

Merc GLK if i have to chose only one car it might be it. Its some kine of road version of G-wagen. Classic shapes, no fancy stuff. but not as hardcore as G-class.

My personality is split for few cars, so its hard to tell even by myself wht realy fit to me and what kind of car is mirror of my personality.

But its pretty funny stuf.
I belive most of human peronalities can be linked to specific car.

Im good at psychology too, but i need many factors to work, body language, face, type of behave. But propably few questions and a picture and i can tell vey much of any person. But forum post is not enough for me, to know enough, i have not enough intuition.


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BR2+  9y ago

Having a perfect daily car, and a cra that would embodie you would be 2 different things.

@Piorun

I had a brief history with psychology,(Getting to know what kind of people, people are) I can agree it can be hard without actually seeing the people, but the manners they speak, what they like, how they handle things, how the write, "Can" tell you somethings about a person, Im no expert, but id like to think I do an okay job sometimes,(Specially over the net-_-)

Your definetly Not any shape or form of a MuscleCar to me, nor the Mad Max type, Nor would I put you in a lightweight car embodiment, Mercedes Benz GLK Class is what I get from you, with a hint of BRZ and a dash of STI.