Simple question. You are allowed to have 7 cars. All you have to pay for is gas and you cannot sell them. They have to be street legal and they can be purchased either in the US or abroad.

 

Which 7 cars would you pick for your garage?

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Wow seven cars is a lot. Give me a truck, Jeep wrangler, really fun to drive sports car and a daily driver and I would use the reaming spaces in the garage for some woodworking and other tools.

 

Maybe it would be better to use the remaining space and not the reaming space.

 

-un-tarded

The Conquest Knight XV.  Heh.

 

 

It costs just under $500K, and would probably take at least two spots in a seven car garage (it dwarfs an H2) ... but its fully armored and bulletproof.  Survive a zombie apocalypse in style, or just scare the hell out of people on the freeway.  Probably gets about 6 miles to the gallon.

 

I'll have to think about the other six.  I assume the newest Batmobile is not an option.


JB

 

 

That is completely and utterly BADASS, man. Can I just have seven of these in different colors?

That. is. awesome.

First I would have a Morgan Motors Roadster.  Then I would have six others.

Excellent choice.

I had to think about this more than I expected.

 

1) Shelby A/C Cobra

2) Jaguar XK

3) Bentley Mulsanne

4) Land Rover Range Rover

5) Tesla Roadster

6) Fisker Karma

7) Bugatti Veyron

Do you mean a Land Rover or a Range Rover? I don't believe you can have both in the same spot...

 

 

Land Rover Range Rover is correct. Land Rover is the brand, Range Rover is the model. Like "Ford Mustang". However, during the 2012 model year that will not longer be true. We are splitting into 2 seperate companies.
Egads- please do not give in to globalism. Although I am quite aware that the historic brands of the once-great British automobile industry have been traded off to third-world countries as if they were a poor quality whisky, to me "The Rover Company" will always be the brand, and "Land-Rover" and "Range-Rover" are models of that brand.

I wish it was still the Rover Company as well. I think it is good that they are seperating the two. It will be a lot easier to explain to people instead of it being the "Land Rover Range Rover"

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