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Subject: Re: Fiction help Date: 3/27/2013 11:53 PM
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Big/heavy and modern would be something like a Chrysler 300 (if you want to be a little gangsta). Something more muscular/menacing would be one of the big Dodge cars - Charger, Magnum, maybe even Challenger. The old Lincoln Town Car could work too, or a Crown Victoria or even a Chevy Caprice (think cop cars). Heck, if you're not dead set on a car, how about a big SUV - the much reviled Hummer? Or a Suburban.

For a vanilla automobile, the Toyota Camry is about as generic as it gets. But because they're so common, everyone has seen them. You might do better with something plain but less ubiquitous. Maybe a Hyundai - the Elantra or Sonata are pretty indistinct.
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