TIME recently carried an article titled "The Dozen Most Important Cars of All Time".
I'm not sure whether it's a sign of making good choices in cars, or just getting older, but I have or have had three of them, 25%. Probably just getting older -- one was a hand-me-down my dad bought.
They are: the 1955 Chevrolet; the Toyota Corolla; the Plymouth/Chrysler Voyager.
The first was the hand-me-down. The second, still in production, was for me a 1977 Deluxe model I drove for 17 years and 177K miles. The third, also still in production, is for me a 1992 LE "shortie", the short wheel base which I much prefer over the more popular long wheel base, and note the present tense, it's in the driveway right now getting snowed on after another day's service!
Here's the link:
BTW, there's also a list of The 50 Worst Cars Of All Time on the page too.
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