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[RC] What kind of car? - Dot Wiggins

I've had several kinds, all good but different, in the following order;

Traveler, A solid, safe, dependable, go anywhere, do anything, ranch pickup, probably a Ford.

If a gold Lexis came in 4 x 4 high clearance model, that would be Scotch and Soda. Smooth ride, power everything, real class.

Duffy, another gold one, probably a 4 x 4 Ford XLT Lariat pickup, power steering, brakes, automatic tranny, finger tip controls, soft ride. Had to take good care of the tires.

Tors Scotch Lass, she was the one for the big Road Rally Races. High set cruise control, corners great on the mountain switch backs, lots of power, stick shift, you always had to drive, but still pretty comfortable ride.

Zinger, a classy, sporty, model, plenty of power but a tendency to over heat, had to watch the cruise control closely. Sometimes had a tiny miss in the engine, but the ride was still great.

JAC Karisma, I'm not sure about. I think she wants to be a hot shot little sports car, fast and fancy, but the rider just wants a nice old ladies little compact sedan, automatic, with all the power buttons. We're stilll working on it.



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