Rev your engines, crank up your tunes, and thunder road it! Whether you purr or roar, you’re somebody’s hot rod! Which 80s Car Are You? Take our quiz to find out! Your friend decides to become a used car salesman and wants you to check out the inventory; how do you react? I can't wait to get to the showroom and find a great deal. I offer profuse congratulations, while trying not to roll my eyes. I ask if there are any red convertibles on the lot. It's Friday night and all the businesses on Main Street are hosting a costume party and competition. You... Change my mind like five times what to go as. Just put on jeans, a white T-shirt and slick my hair back. Rent an Elvis suit. Get my sexy on. In describing you, how would your mother finish this statement: My baby is so... Cute. Controlling. Consistent. Controversial. She makes it her business never to flatter me. When you pick someone up for a date, what's their first impression of your ride? OMG, I want one. I hope it's a rental. What, no back seat?!. Let's walk. When someone says "now we're cookin' with gas", what's your first thought that comes to mind? I HATE cliches. Flame graphics on the hood. Oh good, I finally figured it out. I ain't started cookin' yet. You consider the following to be essential driving gear: Sirius radio. Bluetooth headset. Hermes gloves. Jumper cables. Glovebox full of hair gel, spray, and brushes. Your BFF wants to borrow your car to "take care of a little business downtown", how do you respond? I say get a hold of reality. Not until you tell me what "business" means. Sure, no problem. My friends know better. Which one of these items is most common in your life? Toolbox. Suitcase. Gym bag. Diaper bag. You take a trip to England, rent a car, and drive on the "wrong" side of the road for the first time. How do you feel? I'm going to die!. Roundabouts are cool. I can do this, I can do this. That bloody kerb is too proximous. No worries, I'd just hire a driver. Sweet dreams are made of: Traveling the world. Swimming the seven seas. Always looking for something.