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just for fun since it feel like it should be a Friday already!

ETA - my girl would be a classic ferrari, she's foreign and exotic looking and was bloody quick in her day. But now she just looks good, costs a lot to maintain and has really dodgey brakes and stearing
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One would be a Lada Riva - she's basic, economical, good off road, old but still going strong, but sadly lacking in the looks department.

The other would be something that looks like it can do the job but has suspension problems and one wheel that just can't be balanced! Perhaps something like a Japanese 'hairdressers 4 x 4' ?
 

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One would be a Lada Riva

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LOL my friend used to own one of those! I twas a really good little 4 x 4, I never used to understand why Lada had such a bad name as a kid as I though her car was amazing, plus it was a soft top, kinda lookedlike a barbie car!
 

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When I got him he would have been the old Panda but now I'd liken him to a Range Rover sport. Big, pretty dependable, good looking and shiney, but a bit naughty!
 

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Well, My mare would be a fiat (fix it again tomorrow)

Yogi would be a Hilux 'cos he's mahoosive

Based on this morning's hoon round the field, Mouse would be a motorbike....
 

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Mine would be an 80s ferrari sitting on bricks in my garage with the engine on the floor in pieces ... still, looks pretty even if it cant work. In his day he was super fast!
 

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My lad would be....

my Triumph Spitfire.....sleek, sporty- temperamental steering, frequently broken and costs a fortune to run and maintain. But worth it.

Ponio....Mini cooper...small, speedy- has attitude.

OH's mare....Transit Van. say no more.
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The Big horse - Land Rover - Safe, dependable and brilliant at getting from A to B accross any terrain but not that fast!

Young Horse - hmmmm, not quite sure yet - looking like it will be honest and quick but not built to last - maybe a freelander?!
 

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He would be a porsche cayenne very elegant but big and powerful a bit of a head turner! Not to mention a bit of a juice guzzler and great at all terrain
 

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Mine would be a honda Jazz!
Small and cute but has attitude and can shift........o and have the same name..... Jazz!
 

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Mine would be a write off!!!

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LOL - that really did make me chuckle out loud!
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I can't think of a car that would suit for my mare - is there such an unpredictable motor? She morphs from steady old Land Rover to Rally Car but with leather interior as she is so comfortable!

The other mare would be a bog standard Ford Mondeo - just gets on with the job.
 

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Pickle would be an rusty old banger - reliable but the body work needs a bit of attention.
HP would be a Landcruiser - comfortable & great off road.
Bobby would be a pimped up old hatch back - looks nothing special but has a surprising turn of speed!
 

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Ford Escort, but a zooped up one with a spoiler, huge booming sterio (windows down), alloy wheels and girls in the back seat!!
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If he was human he would be a total boy racer
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Mercedes Kompressor - Not the newest or fastest model, but still stunning & bloody responsive but very comfortable & perfect for just enjoying. Oh yes, and very German.
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Pony is definatly a diathatsu fortrack- little, strong, but very nippy, handles amazingly, likes to go but could pull a trailer all day long!
Horse is definatly a suberu imprezia, noisey, fast, only good to look at if thats what you like! does the job in a round about way, only good for one job-going fast, has hit and miss brakes, a bit chavy! and she'd love to have gold wheels!!!
 

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A tank?
Or an old army landrover type - big, solid, usually covered in mud with the turning circle of a bowing 747. Intermittant brakes but an ability to fly across country at 100mph with no control!
 

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Wills would be an Aston martin DB9 - expensive ro run!
TJ would be a Landrover Disco - good all round work horse but doesn't handle brilliantly on the road!
 
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