Even with the exteriors, why would some cars be "for guys" and other cars be "for girls"?? I love Mustangs. Is that a "guy car"? What would be a "girl car"? I know guys that drive sedans, girls that drive jeeps, and everything in between. I'm really fascinated with this concept that someone would think of a car as "for a girl" and not "for a guy". Cars as far as I'm concerned are "for an individual" and it doesn't matter at all if that individual is male, female, black, white, chinese, you name it <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" /> All of us are unique!

P. Pureheart