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Profile for user qwerty_86 - Country: USA (United States of America)

I'm a 21 year old college student and I love cars. Not exotics or sporty or rare cars. I like those regular everyday cars that you see on the roads. I am most particularly fond of full-size American 4-door sedans like the Ford Crown Victoria or Chevy Caprice. Yes, they're really nothing special to the normal person, but they are the last of an era of true American cars. Rear-wheel-drive with body-on-frame construction. These big cars ride like they're on a cloud of air and they're strong enough to be used by law enforcement and taxi services to keep the country running. I currently drive a 1995 Mercury Sable which is as close to a big car as I can get. It seats 6 and it's no slouch with that 3.8L V6 (140 hp/215 lb-ft). I've gotten many compliments on how clean and comfy my car is. Sure it's ordinary, but it's special to me. My previous car was a 1986 Dodge Lancer. I learned to drive in that car and it was basically given to me until I got the Sable. The Lancer was very weak (95 hp/122 lb-ft 2.2L I4) and everything was falling apart. I hated that car. Anyways, I'm usually good at identifying American cars from the '70s to today.

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