Well, I am not about to try to compete with the sports cars and classics, and what not. I drive a 1992 Chevy Astro (that's right, a minivan). I have 4 kids, enough said.
However, I DO have a pretty decent sound system in there for a family vehicle (Crossfire BMF 12's, 6x9's, 61/2's, 51/4's with 1000 watt amp and batt cap for the 12's, 250 watt amp for the 6x9's and a ghost face head unit). Considering this is the same vehicle the whole family rides in, I think it is pretty respectable...of course, the subs get turned off when the babies are in the van!!
I also have a Mercury Mystique and a Ford Taurus. Sold my Volusia last year, but thinking of getting a new bike sometime this year (leaning towards the Honda VTX or Goldwing....can't decide between big power or big comfort!)
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