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.
1.porsche carrera s cabriolet
range rover HSE
and just bought a mini countryman

2.future porsche carrera s cabriolet

3.original porsche 550
01-31-09: Shadorne
Ah yes - Houston - Oil Capital of the World. Houston is going to hurt some. COP already announced layoffs - it is just the starting. Rig count is in freefall. '86 all over again. Only positive is a really cold winter so far....
Shadorne (System | Reviews | Threads | Answers | This Thread)

Don't know how I missed this 2 yrs ago, and didn't comment, but better late than never, and having the advantage of history.

1) no Houston actually never did hurt, there never any layoffs, you were way off base there, and at the time you wrote that, not only were there not dropping rig counts, but there were more rigs running than at any time since the latter half of the 20th Century (modern efficient rigs).

2) Houston is the Energy capital of the world, and also the largest medical center in the world.

3) we never had a big real estate bubble, so it didn't burst. It's just plain cheap to live in Houston.

4) more companies continue to move to Houston due to affordablity and very favorable gov't incentives. Plus did I mention it's cheap to live there?

5) city continues to grow both high paying white collar, and some of the few high paying blue collar jobs. The huge natural gas finds in the Shale regions of the country has led to a resurgence, and sustainable one, of petrochemical companies. Many shuttered plants have been reopened.

6) The port of Houston, largest in US in most categories is busier than ever, and with with the re-growth of the petrochemicals industry is now exporting many products that were once imported.

Too bad I am moving to OKC, I will miss Houston. It's too hot, terrible limited audio community options compared to other big cities, very ugly freeways with all the crap along the feeder roads but:

Great restaurants, great business prospects, excellent theaters and museums (those big energy companies like the arts), best medical care in the world (thanks guys) and super nice people from literally every corner of the world. I'm going to miss the diversity.
I drive a 97 Infiniti Q45 that I put Focal Utopia Speakers and subs into with zapco competion and other high end gear. I alos own a 93 Toyota pickup with a bottom of the bottom of line system in it (Im talking dual and boss) It sounds horrible but works and came with the truck

I cant see a new car after spending that much money 3 years back in installation alone. But if I was to get a new car it would be really nice to find another Q45 with less than 30K miles!

My dream car cost no object, theres so many. Honestly Ill take a fully tricked out and hot rodded BMW Z4 M Coupe. Its hot enough and it would be SO fast!
Punted the '08 E60/N54 (535i)....205,000 miles!!!
Replaced it with a 2012 Audi A7.
My current drives are a 2010 Honda Ridgeline...customized. 1957 Porsche Speedster replica...currently undergoing ground up restoration.
Future... Caterham Seven
Dream.....Aston Martin Vantage V12. 2011 Porsche GT3 RS. Lamborghini Aventador. Bugatti Veyron.