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Subject: Fiction help Date: 3/27/2013 9:29 PM
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This is an odd request, but you're used to those, right?

I need to populate a story I am writing with two cars, but as I have never been much of one to pay attention, I throw myself on your mercy.

One of the cars needs to be big. Heavy. Capable of sideswiping a car in a parallel lane and shoving it over across the double yellow line. I immediately think of a Lincoln, but those are fairly uncommon these days (especially the huge hulking kind my father-in-law has...)

The other car needs to be the most generic automobile imaginable. Our hero knocks off the name badge so that just in case anyone sees him in it, they will be unlikely to be able to describe it in any detail except to say "it's a white car" or something.

Both need to be fairly easy to steal. And available to steal. No 1933 Duesenberg's, please.

Any help for me?
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