These Are The Cars We Want In Grand Junction Colorado
If money were no object, what car would you drive? I asked on Facebook, "If you could have any car in the world, what would it be?" Check the answers out of Grand Junction, Colorado.
Would you want the Bugatti La Voiture Noire at $13,697,955.00 in American dollars? Perhaps the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail at the low, low price of $30,045,000.00 American? As it turns out, we in Grand Junction have far more affordable tastes when it comes to cars.
Most Popular Cars In America
According to The Zebra, over the last 40 years of American history, no model has sold more than the Ford F-Series truck. Looking back at the last 40 years, the top-selling cars in America have been:
- Ford F-Series: 23,500,752+ units sold
- Chevrolet Silverado: 17,900,000+ units sold
- Honda Accord: 13,400,007+ units sold
- Toyota Camry: 11,946,376+ units sold
- Honda Civic: 10,107,715+ units sold
- RAM Pickup: 9,195,542+ units sold
- Toyota Corolla: 8,600,000+ units sold
Did I Mention The Sky Is The Limit?
Look at the gallery below, and you'll notice that with one exception, namely my answer, every response involved a common production vehicle. You'll see no mention of any custom-made cars, stretch limos, or "Black Label" selections.
I was the one weirdo on the list with my selection of the Batmobile. For the record, I mean the Batmobile, the cool looking one from the 1989 Michael Keaton Batman film.
One reply that came back simply stated "BAN-ONE." Does that sound familiar? If I'm guessing correctly, the person is referring to the 1977 Trans Am made famous in the movie Smokey and the Bandit.
Are You Serious?
A couple of gentlemen who will not be mentioned by name... okay, it was Roy and Eric, started a battle where one would try to outdo the other by naming one of the lamest cars in history.
Our Picks In Grand Junction, Colorado
It started as an open and honest question: "If you could have any car in the world, what would it be?" These are your replies, Grand Junction.