- 1950 Studebaker Champion (FozzieMobile)
- 1951 Chevrolet Sedan (Heaven Bound)
- 1961 Ford Thunderbird (White In Night Satin)
- 2001 Toyota Celica (GT - great tourer)
- 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander (Ditsi Mitsi)
- 1954 Nash Metropolitan (Metro)
- 1958 Mercury Monteclair (The Beginning)
- 1960 Oldsmobile 88 (California Kid)
- 1966 Chevrolet Nova (Easy Going)
- 1968 Rambler American (Dings)
- 1972 Chevrolet Caprice (Bowtie Boat)
- 1976 Plymouth Valiant (Tilt Power)
- 1977 Volkswagen bus (rust bucket)
- 1978 Datsun 510 (Ole Reliable)
- 1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme (Trouble)
- 1989 Ford F 150 (Not So Big Foot)
- 2003 Mazda Protege5 (Japanese Ford)
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I wonder if they catch the culprits, will Dr. Phil have them on his TV show to help them overcome their character defects? Having personal insight on the incident, he could really come up with some good questions.
"During the act of the dastardly deed, did you ever think about the great personal and emotional stress you were perpetrating upon the car's owner by the denial of his possession of so great an icon? Did you give any thought as to how much personal attachment the true owner may have to this car and the depth of the emotional scaring you may be causing?"
And if he doesn't get the answers he wants to those questions, he might get personal.
"Do you hate your father? If not, I do, just for conceiving you, you car-thieving worm!"
Oh what the heck, Dr. Phil, you're rich enough, just go buy another one. It'll make you feel better.
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