Today I came to the realization that all the cars I've owned have had alloy wheels from the factory. In fact I've never owned a single set of steelies, with my winter wheels also being alloys (usually old factory wheels from bolt-compatible cars). There is otherwise no commonality among my vehicles (FF Japanese NA V6 manual sedan, MR Japanese NA I4 automatic (converted to manual) coupe, FR British supercharged V8 automatic sedan, MR Japanese MA I4 manual roadster, FF Swedish turbocharged I4 manual hatchback, FF Swedish NA V4 column-shift manual coupe) apart from all of them having an even number of cylinders and none of them being American, but that's even less interesting. So, fellow Opponauts, what characteristic unites all the cars you've ever owned.