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Posted: 1/24/2014 10:02:39 AM EDT
I vote: Lincoln Town Car.











Runner up: 8th gen Suburban. (And I don't like GM's.)




 
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Willys Jeep
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[Last Edit: 1/24/2014 10:05:13 AM EDT by nightstalker]
Pickup truck

Sales back me up
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Corvette!
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Jeep or muscle car of some flavor.
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Cadillac Escalade - Because today's America thinks about entitlement.
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F-150 Crew Cab
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1957 Bel Air.
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Originally Posted By nightstalker:
Pickup truck
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This. A real pickup, not a kei car or a mini like the HiLux.

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Jeep Wrangler FTMFW.  Even Ferrari said it's the great American sports car.
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F150 /thread.
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Ford F150

The pickup truck is the most American auto, and the Ford is the best selling.
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[Last Edit: 1/24/2014 10:07:55 AM EDT by Layer60]
N/M, I'm going with the MRAP
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/thread
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F150 /thread.
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Originally Posted By GC456:


Corvette!
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Link Posted: 1/24/2014 10:09:52 AM EDT
The Model T. What is more American than starting from nothing and then creating and empire? That is exactly what the Model T did for Henry ford.
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F150 /thread.
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I dont love em but I cant argue with this
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I love me some Town Car!

(the vinyl roof in the OP sucks though. )
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F150. And I don't even own or have any use for a truck.
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Originally Posted By p2tharizo:


1957 Bel Air.
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This or Ford F100



 
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Originally Posted By sizzler:


I love me some Town Car!



(the vinyl roof in the OP sucks though. )
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Carriage top, yo.







 
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Originally Posted By Undefined:
Willys Jeep
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Yep, no brainer there.  Runner up is the HMMWV.  

The pick up truck is up there too.
Link Posted: 1/24/2014 10:19:48 AM EDT
First thought was GM F-body, then Corvette.  hard to argue with F150, although the city people would think differently.  Especially Yankees.
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F-150 or Crown Vic.
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that made it move.
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Originally Posted By GC456:
Corvette!
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This!!!
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+1 on the Town Car.  It's the Cadillac of American cars.
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What do I win?
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An embodiment of which America?  The current America?  I would say a muscle car with a shiny new paint job and a frame made 90% out of rust.
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I think of Mustang when I think American car.
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Originally Posted By UT-ARShooter:
Cadillac Escalade - Because today's America thinks about entitlement.
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And buying stuff they can't afford.
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Originally Posted By davisac:
I think of Mustang when I think American car.
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Yep, because the Corvette aka the working mans sports car, isnt affordable by most working men I know.

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The hummer
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BMW.  A legal immigrant that's well built, reliable, made in SC in a non-union factory.  That's American.
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We might be missing a wheel, but we still move forward.

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Originally Posted By p2tharizo:
1957 Bel Air.
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THIS along with the 1965 Mustang.  

What a great country this once was!!!!!!!
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jeep wrangler
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America in better times, a Mustang.

Where the country has been headed recently, a Yugo.



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and

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Cadillac Cimarron.  Thinly veneered POS.
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Pick one.

At one time they were both loud, cool, didn't give a fuck, and ran great.

Now they are rotting away in a junkyard somewhere.
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Yugo.





Balkanization of America, same ending...







 
 
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Originally Posted By Kalahnikid:
Ford F150

The pickup truck is the most American auto, and the Ford is the best selling.
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No, its not, but thank you for playing.  Ford counts every F model in their sales figures, from the 150 to the 650.  Chevrolet and GMC sell more half ton pick up trucks, the kind most of us buy, than Ford does.  You will never hear Ford claim that the F-150 is the best selling truck, they always use the claim that the F SERIES is.  GM only counts Sierra and Silverado numbers.  And while quite often F Series sales are larger than GM's, the truth is combined Sierra/Silverado sales trump those numbers at times.  Also not included in the numbers are things like the Chevy Avalanche or Cadillac EXT.  

Fords Sales Figures for Half Ton F-150's for 2012 totaled 343,186, while combined GMC/Chevy sales were 369,736.  If GM counted all their half ton sales for '12, including the Avalanche and EXT, the numbers sold total 394,619.  

http://news.pickuptrucks.com/2013/02/who-sold-the-most-half-tons-in-2012.html

And the Willy's Jeep in OD Green with that big white star on the hood is still more iconic than either.





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