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2014 Camry Hybrid XLE and we own a 2010 Prius that my 19 year old son drives.  Cut  my gas bill in half, my previous cars were a 1998 Lexus LS400 and 2004 Toyota Sienna XLE Limited

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Yea mine came with them from the dealer. I think it is a part of the rallye edition. I also got power sunroof, touch screen radio, heated leather seats, etc etc. Heres an actual picture of mine

Okay. My Dad bought this car in 1974 for $375. He drove it as his daily driver for years and I grew up riding around in this. He spent ten years restoring it himself but then never really drove it

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I've been driving a 2007 Dodge Nitro for about six years now. It's been super reliable for the most part, doesn't get stuck in the snow, and doesn't bleed me dry at the gas pump.
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Just got a new 2014 Impala. Wonderful car. Great performance. Lots of bells and whistles. I love the rear camera, forward collision alert, side mirror blind alert, and lane departure warning.

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Yes, Fred's vehicles are still across the street.

Wheels need a color change, or a strip-n-polish, but I think I'll wait for warmer days.


The Volks is gone, and have since been through another 740i, a Nissan Pathfinder (daughter hit a steel gate post with it, lol), and a Chevy Tahoe....  I still have the GMC crewcab, but just added this on Friday.  I think this one is a keeper.  I have some chrome wheels ("Bitchin") for her, when the snow finally decides to stay away for good.

Lots of room for the golf gear!

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2009 Ford Escape Hybrid. It needs to be washed :-(

Ugh. Can't even imagine what all that sun must do to a car. :-(

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1995 Chevy Silverado, club cab, 4WD, 1/2 ton pickup truck.

Paint peeling off, air conditioner hasn't worked for about 10 years, and needs new exhaust (but still running).

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