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Is a Pinto the world's sweetest car?

Asked by aaronou (735points) June 19th, 2008

I own Pintos in every color made, and I think there could not possibly be a sweeter looking ride.

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beast's avatar

You own one in every color made? That’s over 15 cars.

Allie's avatar

Isn’t this the car that ignited when hit from behind?

marinelife's avatar

Chacun a son gout.

playthebanjo's avatar

do they all taste like beans?

elchoopanebre's avatar

Heck yes!


AstroChuck's avatar

My first car was a gold 1972 Ford Pinto hatchback. Sweet.
sweet piece of sh**!

flameboi's avatar

mmm… the sweetest car for me is actually the 1958 Ferrari 250 GT California, too bad it costs like circa 5.5 million today :( you see, a ferrari over the time is a great investment!

rockstar's avatar

Yeah, who wouldn’t want an exploding car?

eambos's avatar

They are the best! ~

jrpowell's avatar

My parents had a green one when I was growing up. One time I was closing one of the gates (we lived on a farm) and as I closed the gate early it ripped the back bumper off as my mom was driving through.

Luckily she has a good sense of humor and thought it was funny. My dad, he didn’t think that it was funny. Hello, belt.

Knotmyday's avatar

My second car in high school, after my psychotic brother-in-law wrecked my ‘71 Ford Econoline van, was a ‘75 Mustang. $750. It was basically a Pinto with a far uglier body style, and it burned to the frame one evening after a trip to the beach.
The world’s sweetest car will always be the Nash Metropolitan. I love them, love them, love them.

Cardinal's avatar

Is a Pinto the world’s sweetest car? Ah…

peedub's avatar

It is, next in line after this. I own one of these in every flavor, including chorizo mobile.

AstroChuck's avatar

My father gave me his ‘72 Pinto Hatchback, but he neglected to tell me one thing- It does’nt handle well on pavement.

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