What is your dream car—and what is your real-time, good-time car memory?
A Rimac Nevera, it’s a really cool electric car that costs about two million dollars. When I was younger, I always loved going for a drive with my siblings, going between our parents’ houses. —SIENNA
An old VW bus that barely goes 50 uphill, to cruise around and enjoy the scenery. I love the one with a bunch of small, upper windows. Growing up, my friend’s grampa had an old Mercedes station wagon with a seat way in the back facing backwards. —DREW
I’ve always liked the old, vintage Chevy Scottsdale pickup. It’s simple, nothing flashy about it. We had a horse ranch, and we would sit in the bed of our pickup while my dad would drive us around the ranch. —RAYCHEL
My new Prius is a dream car. I looked at it and said,’Whoa,that’s like a Batmobile!’ Back in the day, my girlfriend and I picked up 11 hitchhikers in my ‘56 Ford pickup. I remember the flashing lights of the cop car that stopped us. —DAVE
Mustang, ’65 fastback. They’re really cool cars, I love the body style. My favorite memory is driving up to Don Pedro Lake, near Modesto, to look at the stars —WHITNEY
My car would be a ‘63 Bel Air wagon. I used to have one that my dad gave to me. He asked for it back and sold it for like $500 or something. I always wanted that wagon. My fun memory is going to the drive-in theater. —RALPH