We all know that a person's car choice will often reflect on their personality. How about we try to do it the other way? I'll give you a description of a person and you'll try to come up with a perfect car for them.

You may post cars that are reasonably within reach for the described person, or ones that aren't but seem like they would suit them perfectly (although I'd prefer you stick to the former choice). Also, try to stick to mass produced cars. I know that hot rods are cool, but I'd rather you keep it within reason.

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Person 1:

Big, classic biker dude in his late 50's. 6'1", kinda fat, beard, long hair, leather jackets, the lot. Not long ago he got into an accident and has suffered an injury that forced him to give up his Harley and switch to a car. He lives with his wife in a small town, and needs something to get around in that won't cause his biker friends to shun him too much. Because of the accident he has received a large insurance payout. He can both drive a manual and swing wrenches, but isn't that much into electronic gizmos.


Person 2:

A woman in her early 20's who works as an environmental consultant (her job is to make sure companies aren't ruining the natural environment too much). 5'5", light brown hair, moderately attractive. She tries to be look professional, but still has a hippie vibe about her. She believes cars to be the second worst thing in the world (just behind conservatives), but chooses to use one anyway because her job often takes her far out of cities. She's a proper eco-nut and often participates in protests. As she despises cars, she couldn't care less about how they work. She's often distracted behind the wheel and generally a pretty bad driver. If she dings someone else's vehicle during parking she doesn't care because 'they shouldn't be driving and polluting anyway'. She's not above damaging someone else's car because 'it's a gas guzzler'.