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Some kind of all-wheel drive diesel hybrid 6-speed manual station wagon if we only get one.

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Hahah. Mega Millions' at $166 Million dad's bought the ticket...
I have a whole laundry list of cars.
GMC Yukon XL Denali
GMC Sierra 2500HD SLT Crew Cab (Duramax Diesel)
Chevrolet Malibu LTZ
Pontiac G8 GXP
Cadillac CTS
Cadillac CTS-V
Cadillac CTS Coupe
Chevrolet Impala SS
Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1
Chevrolet Traverse LTZ
Chevrolet Avalanche LTZ
Chevrolet Camaro
Saturn Sky RL

And if they ever make it to production:
Buick Invicta (or whatever they call it)
Holden Coupe 60 (or whatever they call it)

Hmm...I may need a bigger garage...

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First I'd buy a loaded up CTS for the daily driver.
Next I'd buy an Avalanche.
Then I'd buy an M5.
Finally a 1967 GTO.

After that, I'd just lose my mind buying car after car after car after car..... :hyper:

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1. CTS-V for when I want to have fun with friends on the street
2. ZR1 for when I want to scare myself
3. Silverado 2500 HD D-Max for normal driving
4. Escalade ESV Platinum for when I want to go on trips

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GMC Typhoon
GMY Syclone
Chevrolet Impala 94-96
Chevrolet Indy Beretta
Buick Reatta
Pontiac Fiero GT 1988
Mazda 323 Turbo
Mazda 929 early 90's
Acura Legend Coupe 6spd
1966 Olds Toronado
Chevy Luv 4x4

My list is too long to go on.

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A CTS-V for my daily driver and for long trips, or trips where I need a lil extra utility, a G8 GT (or GXP) Sportwagon would be nice :cool:

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First purchase would be a 2008 Cadillac CTS DI right off the lot.
Then order a 2009 CTS-V.
After I get the CTS-V and feel no desire to drive the CTS, sell it or give it away and just have the CTS-V.
I don't think I'd want too many cars, just one or two good ones. Maybe an Escalade too.

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Peugeot 406 coupe
Fiat coupe
1970 Chevy Truck
1968 SS Camaro
1970 Nova
Subaru XT
Merkur XR4Ti
Citroen Xantia
New Fiat 500
New Mini
1987 Jeep grand wagoneer
1980 Dodge Challenger
1987 VW GTI
1985 Toyota Corolla SR5
Datsun 280Z
Nissan 300Z
1992 Lincoln Town car
1987 Olds 442
1995 Saab 9-3
Most Alfa Romeos
Ferrari Spyder

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599 GTB would be tops, loaded out too.
A 67 Corvette L88 roadster, black with red stripe. Stinger hood, side pipes, whole 9.
CTS-V would make for an awesome performance daily ride.

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Where to start?

Along with my 2 1977-90 B-Bodies I already have I just might have to get the Oldsmobile 88 and Buick LeSabre to go with the other 2.

A 1978-80 MonteCarlo.

A 1973-77 Malibu 2.door.

A 2007 Impala SS.

A 2007-08 Silverado. Not really fancy, not even a club cab. Just a nice plain one.

A 1978-80 Malibu.

A 1972-74 Impala or Caprice.

A 1968-72 Nova. How about a 4-door just to be different. Wouldnt even have to have a V8.

A 1978 Camaro Z28.

A 1976-80 Dodge Aspen SE 2-door. I have a weird liking for these after my sister had one.

A 1980-84 Citation 3-door.

A 1980-84 Buick Park Avenue. Back when they were real Park Avenues. Had one for a little while and loved it.

A new Chevrolet 2500 Long Wheelbase van. Sometimes you need to haul in wet weather. It would have to have the 6.0 liter.

A 1977-79 Ford Thunderbird. I usually dont have nice things to say about Fords but I always liked this one.

A 1969-70 Bel-Air. 4-door. A look back to my childhood. Brown would be my first choice in color.

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I'd build a bunch of clones so that when/if I wreck 'em I won't feel bad.

Hemi Dart,
crazy big block Nova,
Chevelles, etc.

And I'd probably track down the 1 or 2 remaining '63 Invicta (it's a wagon) 4-speeds.
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