Some car facts

  • Barracuda (Plymouth) …
  • Beetle (Volkswagen) …
  • Cobra (Shelby, Ford) …
  • Mustang (Ford) …
  • Impala (Chevrolet) …
  • Viper (Dodge) …
  • Super Bee (Dodge) …
  • Stingray (Chevrolet Corvette)

 

We name cars after animals, fish and fowl.

What about naming cars after fruit?

The raspberry, the plum, the orange and the kiwi.

The color would match the car.

What about naming cars after presidents?  We already have the Lincoln.

The United States presidential state car (nicknamed “The Beast”, “Cadillac One”, “Limousine One”, “First Car”; code named “Stagecoach”) is the official state car of the President of the United States. The current model of presidential state car is a unique Cadillac built upon a medium-duty truck platform.

Why not have a car named: the Washington, the Bush (we had the bushmaster), the Clinton, the Obama and finally the Trump.

The Trump says it gets a hundred miles to the gallon but we can assume it lies.

 

Finally cars named for flowers.  The rose, the lily or the thornbush.

 

According to an analysis by a major vehicle paint manufacturer, the most popular vehicle colors that drivers purchase are silver (23 percent), white (15 percent), and black (12 percent), which together represent half of all cars on the road.Mar 26, 2018

 

 

Yellow Is The Color Of Money When It Comes To A Car’s Resale Value

 

Oct 18, 2017 – “Our analysis shows that yellow vehicles have the lowest depreciation of any color for lower-volume cars like convertibles. Interestingly, yellow …

 

Jan 16, 2014 – If you’re driving a yellow car, you may be the human embodiment of that “don’t … Yellow or gold cars madeup only 1% to 2% of car colors.

 

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