Ok, there is the age old cliche (if you want to call it that) that expensive and flashy cars, or the new "cool" cars attract girls. Obviously this won't be the case for 100% of girls.
I ask this for a reason, I love cars. I have a couple cars myself, but often drive my 1969 Pontiac GTO. To quote one of my female friends the car is "the sex". I have gotten some mixed reactions from the car, partially because I haven't fully restored it yet, so its more or less "bucket" status. But some girls seem to really dig it.
So I am wondering, does the car a guy drives really matter to you, and if it does, how far does that take your interest in a guy? (I am not asking, will you sleep with a guy cause he has a Ferrari, but will the Ferrari just get you to look, talk, or even ask for a number)
Also, if cars DO get your attention, what types of cars? Muscle cars, tuners, tricked out SUVs, mudders, eco-friendly. lol what?
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At the end of the day, it's not the car, its the guy. If your car is trash, you aren't doomed to never get a date, and if you have a souped-up muscle car you aren't guaranteed to get laid either. But yes, we do look. Think of it this way: Really nice car = Money. I know that comes off sounding like a gold digger and this definitely does not at all apply to every girl. But just scientifically speaking, women are geared to be interested in men who make good providers, who can care for them. In modern society, men with money tend to provide for their women very well. (This is kind of the same way a man looks at a woman with large breasts, a small waist, and wide hips and their biological reader says "fertile"). So, very crudely broken down, Nice car = Money = Capable of providing for a woman. No, we do not literally think this way when we look it a man and his car. It's pretty much a subconscious product of evolution. And of course, some girls just like cars... An interest in automotives is not strictly a male interest, so a girl could totally admire a car just for what it is.3
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