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No one could possibly hope to know every make and model of car ever produced. We’ve been doing this for over a century and they’re manufactured all over the world. Some were done in super limited production runs, others vanished decades ago and some never even made it to whatever part of the world you live in. It’s impossible. But the flip side of that coin is there are some cars just about everyone knows. Some cars have transcended the idea of car and become legends. They’re cars that you know just from looking at them, and others that have paved the road every other car drives on by being the first to set a standard we’ve all come to expect from automobiles.

These icons of the automotive world are much of the reason so many of us are infatuated with the very idea of cars. the sleek lines, the powerful engines, the styling, the rush. Everything you love about cars came from someplace. The power of the Boss 429 Mustang. The sleek lines of the Corvette Stingray. The sophistication of the Rolls-Royce Phantom. Even the boxy little reliability of the Mini. If you know cars, you have to know the icons. But do you know all of them? Take the quiz and show your stuff!

When considering a car in retirement, there are a few important tips to keep in mind. Firstly, assess your transportation needs and lifestyle. Consider if you will be traveling frequently or have a lot of local errands to run. Secondly, think about the financial aspects of car ownership, including the cost of the vehicle, maintenance, and insurance. It may be beneficial to look for a reliable and fuel-efficient car that will minimize your expenses.

Additionally, take into account your physical capabilities and any potential changes in the future. Consider features such as easy access, comfortable seating, and good visibility. Lastly, research safety ratings and advanced driver assistance systems that can provide an extra layer of protection. Overall, thoughtfully considering these factors will help you make an informed decision when choosing a car in retirement.

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