Why do people seem to revere their cars instead of treating them like the tools they are? I bet they don't feel the same about a spanner?
- Weasel McWeaselLv 73 weeks agoBest Answer
Hey! Don't talk sh*t about my spanner. It's a very nice spanner-
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
the car is the most faithful man's girlfriend
- KillmousekyLv 63 weeks ago
Depends a great deal on the car. I used to have a 1959 Ford Galaxie 500 Skyliner (retractable hardtop). It was great-looking, to me the machine of a dream, & a "chick magnet" extraordinaire. Also very fast (250 km./h - 156 m.p.h.). When I was 5 yrs. old, I saw a '58 model lower its metal top. I was so amazed that I dropped my triple-dip grape ice cream cone on the ground. Always wanted one since. I got mine in 1974, rebuilt it head to toe & finally sold it for a big profit in 1980. No wrench could ever equal how exciting it was just to blast down the highway in that car. One of just 12,915 built, & I had one.
- PLv 73 weeks ago
It's just the cost
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- carrieLv 73 weeks ago
I have often wondered the same, I am happy if my car gets me from A to B.
- 3 weeks ago
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