A variety of cars for a variety of purposes.
2001 Dodge Durango for hauling stuff to and from the grandkids.
My wife has a '91 Cadillac Deville that refuses to die and serves her well.
My pride and joy is my 1995 Impala SS (one of the finest cars The General ever produced). It has over 100,000 miles on it and now, for the most part, I only use it on special occasions.
The last "special" occasion was driving it out to L.A. right after 9-11 when air travel was tough (to say the least) to attend the HTF California meet. The car was amazing. It got over 25 mpg while I travelled cross country with, how shall I put this, "the wind beneath my wings." Handling was superb and the ride was smooth as silk and totally relaxing (I drove alone.)
Lots of great stories and memories regarding this trip, not the least of which was a visit with Gary Reber of WideScreen Review where we all drove over to a local winery in a caravan, including my Impala SS and his customized Impala SS (with about $80,000 in modifications including a kick-a DTS sound system.)
Ironically, as we discussed, in the long run my car, which has all stock parts - or has stock parts in storage where I made modifications - will be worth more when these cars become classics in 12 years since "stock" is essential to provide value to collectors. I'll never part with this fine 2ton+, 8 cylinder vehicle, no matter what else I might own.
Here's a shot of my "Black Beauty" in front of my brother's house in Hollywood (actually Hancock Park, LA).http://home.att.net/~tfowkes/graphics/Impala37a.JPG