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post #51 of 60 (permalink) Old 11-27-2007, 10:55 AM
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I'm driving a 1999 mercedes- benz C- class

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2007 Pontiac Solstice. A small truck is coming in the first quarter of next year.
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I currently drive a 2002 VW Passat 4motion with a (currently and probably permanently unusable) Wheelchair lift on the top. I am looking for the most fuel efficient, all wheel drive, preferably hybrid, top IIHS rated vehicle that I can load a power wheelchair into.

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2005 Ford Mustang, 2005 Honda CRV and 2006 Toyota Tacoma TRD pickup truck.

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2004 Mini Cooper S
2005 Subaru Forester
1993 Subaru Impreza
2001 BMW R1200C (Cruiser) motorcycle

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2005 Toyota Echo...and my wife mad.
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My standard vehicle is a 2005 Toyota Tundra truck. I don't worry about the gas because I telecommute to my company and put about 1000 miles a year on it.
My other car is a 1989 Merkur Scorpio. I love this car, but it's getting hard to maintain because Ford has orphaned it. It was really ahead of it's time.
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Infinity G35
Carrying capacity:
a) 3 sheets of 2x4 plywood 5/8" thick. 2 at 3/4" thickness, on long end between front & back seat.
b) 6' dimensional lumber with back seat folded down, trunk closed.
c) 20' dimensional lumber with back seat folded down, trunk open, large red flag at the end and a big sign that says "LOOK OUT".
d) 1 pretty girl
e) 3 pretty girls (God willing)
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I drive a 1998 Ford F 150 that I bought 10 years ago. I bought it new. I have put about 250,000 miles on it. It creaks a little. I like a Ford pickup. I probably will never buy a new one again though.

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