Yes. Exactly. Women who like cars are a gift from God.
No, a woman does not need to know about cars, but of course, a woman who knows about cars may be more attractive to some. Because sometimes it’s attractive to be different and unconventional. and also being knowledgeable about cars
I don’t know if this is my problem. 😀 I can’t write about the car and the woman separately. From where? Of course, we can also include motorcycles in this category. Perhaps the most aesthetic things in life to us are motorcycles, cars and women. 😀 Whatever the outcome, woman and car are the perfect duo, inseparable from each other. And if there is a beautiful woman and a beautiful car, ohhh. Just kidding.. 😀 Every woman is beautiful.
The American muscle car represents a time of boom, power, and endless resources. These magnificent vehicles ruled the roads during the mid 50’s and 60’s; a post WWII era in which living in the United States was happy and without limitation.
But women dominated us long before the 1950s 😀
Classic cars compete on a completely different level. It’s not about efficiency and speed, but about the experience, style, exclusivity and craftsmanship, all of which are universal and timeless.
Classic cars not only appeal to car lovers, but also to lovers of engineering, design, art and history.
Say Kath; As a female who loves cars, especially sporty, fast and eye catching I would say you call her as you would a man, a car enthusiast. I love discussing engines, comparing models,etc. Ive had muscle cars, American and German cars, currently have a Lexus IS Sport, first Japenese brand and i love it! No obsession here, just love cars!!
This is the woman to marry 😀
Say Delores;I was called A Tom Boy, as I always went to the shop with my dad to work on cars. He was an Auto Mechanic. Would go home with grease and dirt on my clothes, my Mother would be so upset with me. She wanted me to be a young lady, making my own clothes, I tried, but I just didn’t have it, although, I did make some very simple things later in life. Yes, I still like working on cars. I am in my late 80’s. So I guess I am still a Tom Boy, LOL’s