What type of person would drive a car like this?

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Asked by Apr 30, 2008 at 03:45 PM about the Volkswagen Beetle

Question type: General

A car is not just a car it has been designed to fulfill a human need, So what kind human would drive a car like this? a Grandad, Mother, Pimp, Student, Sales person, Boy/ Girl racer, Redneck. This is just for fun So what do you think?  

18 Answers

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Sales person

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Interesting, and what they sell.. Bow ties door to door?

35

wow that was funny...

55

Stay cool I didnt mean to Bug you.. Is that a Miers Manx replica? I am no expert but it looks like you have it there.

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What kind of person would drive a car like this? All of the above (except for a pimp). When I was little, our family car was a 71 bug. (This is back IN 71!) As a family of 4, we drove round trip California to Texas! By 1975, my parents sold it for a larger, more "pimp-like" car - the Ford Elite (It looked like Starsky & Hutch's car) Then about 7 years ago, my dad bought another 71 bug to refurb. It's classic! If a pimp is driving this, he must have ugly ho's ...lol I think to truly appreciate "the bug body" you have to have been around when these were hot!

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Is this a pimp-like car?

25

I'd drive it.

a red 71 bug was my first car,yes i would .

45

Who would drive this car? me. and anyone else who likes the better things in life

15

I would happily drive that car. Of course, I allready drive a 67 baja with watercooled conversion so...

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how does it feel to have that power plant pushing you along? My 1303 Super Beetle used to pop flames and the exhaust noise when I took it through narrow streets could wake the dead.

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ill trade ya.

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Its tempting, your kind of transport isnt available in the u.k. intergalactic shipping costs the earth so no thanks.

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foxy sluts, and men with big Kahoona's! :)

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a person with brain

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Compact car compact brain? please explain brain

10

oh stop bugnme!!!

people who drive bugs on Guam usually carry shotguns in the shelf under the dash so yeah I personally love bugs cuz I grew up a hot rodder and was told if your car doesn't roar it ain't a beast . I like teasing the tuners here especially when the flames shoot out of my stinger their faces just drop I swear if my car had wings I'd fly. I have a 73 standard beetle with larger pistons, racing cam, and dual carbs, and when a 370Z thought he was playing need for speed he quicly realized my car was just idling but the minute I gave it alittle gas it was a rumble in the jungle baby, then he ate my ass along with my shit and farts!! =D

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