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What car would your blog be? A Cadillac? A minivan? A Porsche?

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An old beatup mustang... it has potential, I just need to work on it!
Probably a minivan with crumbs scattered on the upholstery and maybe a half eaten oatmeal pie stashed beneath the passenger seat. It may smell like a combo of french fries, wet dog, and Febreeze.
Hmmmm, the Partridge Family Bus? Or definitely something hand painted, by kids!
...stuck in the mud. And probably unlicensed.
A Volkswagon Beetle for sure, but I don't know why because all four of my kids and I woldn't fit. LOL
a VW Bus!!! :)
A Honda Civic because it is reliable!
A tribeca..but that is just because I really want one.
It's a 2008 Black Mustang for sure!
a 1981 Chevy Oldsmobile!!!!

I'm thinkin' I need "blog" loan to go out there and see if I can get a better make and model!

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