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What kind of car (harp) do you drive?

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  • #113533
    deb-l
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    If your harp were a car, what make and model would it be?

    Rees Aberdeen – 67 Chevy Camaro – beautiful, classic, original, smooth, sporty
    Camac Aziliz – Toyota Celica convertable – bouncy, open, fun, bright

    #113534
    jessica-wolff
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    Well, my actual car is a New Beetle–that’s an OLD New Beetle, not a NEW new Beetle–and I see it as more of a banjo than a harp (sassy).

    Any suggestions?

    #113535
    deb-l
    Participant

    If your banjo is a VW, your Troubador is like a black vintage corvette (with tinted windows for that air of mystery.).

    #113536
    peggy-tierney
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    Webster Madame Cadalliac – Rolls Royce – Elegant, very elegant, makes presence known
    Camac Concert Melsuine – 1957 T-Bird – Fast, sleek, and classical
    Dusty Strings FH36S – 1972 Chevelle SS – Deep throaty pipes, impressive!
    Deb L – fun idea for a post!

    #113537
    Alison
    Participant

    An E-Type Jaguar, with an original mascot. It’s a fantasy, but the truth is my grandfather was a sculptor and car marques designer and created the original angular version for the jag mascot, oh and sold his patent to them.

    #113538
    deb-l
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    Peggy, nice play on words! What a great bunch of cars, I mean harps to be thankful for!

    Alison, What a great artistic achievement for your grandfather to be remembered by.

    #113539
    sherry-lenox
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    WOW – my Wurlitzer C – a 1949 Cadillac Convertible with a slightly wonky transmission but a whole lot of power under the hood!

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