Discussion in 'Ranchero History' started by victoria, Jun 17, 2007.
mine is a she, but she has big balls!
Victoia- my babe is called Day tripper (I like the Beatles)aka...Kims nightmare,Robs dream. I've always refered my cars as She. She can be a real bi-itch at times or purr like a kitten at others. All cars should be known as a girl. Did you see the movie Christine? Would you have gone to see it if it was called "Chris"?
Personal preference I think,, I call mine Beast or Baby and sometimes words ya cant print here but she's all girl too me
You have a point about Christine. But if anyone saw Grindhouse, I can't help but think of that car Kurt Russell was driving as an extension of himself, therefore an evil evil man.
My Chero is Augustine and my Hog is Angelina.
Just natural to consider them as ladies because there is noooo way I can say, "I love my baby, [insert male name here]!"
For the ladies out there, your choice could be different, but that's how I seez it.
I named my 66 moby, short for mo beasty
After we determine whether it's a boy or a girl, we can figure out whether it's a car or a truck!
Bill von Tagen
'67 Ranchero, 66A
'59 Ranchero, 66C
Ya this is going to go nowhere fast.
It's an SUV... just like the Sportrac... Helloooo!!!!
Sum Uther Veehickle
its the ultimate crossover vehicle...
2 seater=sports car
hipo motors=muscle car
my 2 cents...worth about .0000002 due to inflation
Mine is a DIS (devil in sheetmetal).
Sean, Surely it's a TIB, (truck in boxes), still cool though.......
Mine's a he. Because he has balls.
General "rule" for me is that trucks are he's and car's are she's. I've had 3 Ranger's in a row, a 96, 02, 04, all named Whitey, I, II, and III. Not named my Mustang, Cyclone, or Chero yet, but by the rule, the 'Stang would be a she, although it is a "bad boy", my Cyclone would too, but the ads of the Day called it "Mercury, a man's car", I guess a man could "own" a woman, but it's usually the other way around, in my experience with them, women that is!! The Chero, being a truck, has to be a he, but it is a cute little '64 so.... Any way, another "rule" is that "if it has tits or wheels it is trouble"!!! So by that "wisdom" all cars need to be she's, just like the way we used to name Hurricanes, those destructive and highly unpredictable storms, before the PC police made us change them to boy, girl, boy, girl!!!
OK, I got lost after your rules took that fourth twist. When is a woman a man? Whitey trouble?
Well, FF, as you well know, going over to where BB lives, you'll see a lot of he-she's, not so much up in the mountains where I live, or near you either I suspect. Got to have the right kind of "surgeons" available, if you get my drift. Whitey has been whitey for a simplest of reasons, they have all been white trucks. Since my 96 had a nice little white camper shell, I did not want to change truck colors on the next two. Had trouble finding a white one with 4x4 and 5 speed last time, locally, though.
Oh, I get it. Another left coast oddity. Sorry for the confusion. So you bought a new truck in color of white, just because you had an old shell that was white? You're easy to please, I like that. Or a confirmend racist, one. Either way it's all good, anything goes in CA.
Yeah, and get this, my 67 Cyclone is white (w/black vinyl top) and the 64 Chero is also white (but will be red when done). My wife says: "what's with all the damn white cars?" Just coinky dink I guess. But..... I also have a blue 70 Mustang; guess I'll just stay with the "sophisticated" names and call him/her "Blue". It will be he when it's running fine and strong, and her when it's giving me fits!!!
I used to call my Chero Beast. I figure she is ugly and powerful all in one nice big packadge. Now I just call her Monster. Because with the 5 speed she is monster.
So you named her Hillery or Rosie????
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