Cars. What does the typical audiophile drive?

Just curious. People have asked about watches,
cigars, beer, and even ones income here.

1: What do you drive (daily & weekends)?
2: What might you be driving in the future?
3: What would you drive if $$$ was no object (pick 2 ;-)?

My answers to the above:
1: Toyota truck.
2: Newer Toyota truck.
3: Lamborghini Murcielago & McLaren F1.
"the vehicles owned by audiophiles probably are no different in the aggregate than non-audiophiles."

- So why did my 20 year old Honda Accord stick out among more premium automobiles when I go to audiophile meetings? :-)
1) F150 pickup
2) A new F150 pickup
3) Mustang Cobra GT500

I used to sell BMW, Mercedes Benz's, and Porches for a living so I have had my fill of driving silly priced German metal and they are nothing special. They break just as often Detroit metal (in fact probably a lot more) and cost a ton more to fix.

Give me a Detroit V8 and I will have a lot more fun anyways. ;-)
The Porsche has the factory radio, nothing special.

The Alfa has a "mini" head in the center console and amps & changer in trunk.

The Nissan Z has an "audiophile-approved" system that cost me around $7,500 when the dust settled.

Here's a rundown:

Alpine CDA-7894 with XM Radio controls

Alpine TUA-T020 XM Radio Tuner/Receiver
(1) Mark Antony 2100ESQ TUBE AMPLIFIER - powers Focal units
(1) Rockford Fosgate Punch 60 DSM amp (vintage)
(1) Rockford Fosgate Punch 800a2 amp
(1) Rockford Fosgate Bass Level Control (in Ash tray)
(1) Audio Control EQL Equalizer
(1) Lightening Audio 1.0 Fared Capacitor

(2) Focal 5-1/4 inch Kevlar Reference Midrange drivers
(2) Focal Kevlar Reference Tweeters
Mounted high on the doors in custom-built fiberglass pods
(2) JL Audio Soft Dome tweeters enhancing soundstaging
(2) Rockford Fosgate "Fanatic Series" 6 inch Speakers
Mounted behind stock front Bose Speaker Locations


(2) Focal Kevlar 5-1/4 inch Drivers
Mounted at the stock REAR Bose s peaker locations


(2) Custom made stealth boxes with Alpine Type R 10" subs
(4) Aura Bass Shaker Pros, 2 UNDER each seat
This thread seems to prove, above all else, that there is no such thing as "the typical audiophile".

For clarity, the above post refers to these three cars:

1960 Porsche 356B
1971 Alfa Romeo Berlina
1991 Nissan 300ZX