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Question of the Week: What’s your favorite four-door?


#81

Does a '57 Buick Caballero wagon count?


#82

@johncodman - It’s got four doors so I’ll allow it! Good choice


#83

VW Thing. 4 doors and top down. Endless smiles and fun.


#84

That’s just a dumb question. Four door cars are family sedans. Except four door pickups, those are for railroad or utility work crews. Cool cars have two doors.


#85

I was going to say one of those 1920s Bentley, but I have to say, those 80s Jaguars are probably the best for me.


#86


Any of GM’s “Sport Sedans”.


#87

Although I love the XJ series of Jaguars, I’m very surprised no one mentioned the Jaguar Mk2. Not only is it one of the most beautiful Jaguar cars made and a wonderful car to drive, it was also the fastest production 4 door when it was introduced.


#88

The '60s Continental Convertibles with suicide doors.


#89

I am very partial to the Volvo 245 turbo wagon that sits next to my Volvo 123GT…


#90

Gee,my wife and kids still refuse to talk to me ever since I sold our 1963 4 door split window


#91

My folks new 57 Chevy 4-door hardtop when I turned 16 !


#92

As far as older collector cars, my choice would be the Series 1 Jaguar XJ6 or Euro spec Series 2 XJ6 with chrome bumpers (owned an XJ6C for a decade, but this would be more practical), but for more modern cars, my votes would go for the Tesla Model S or the Fisker Karma. And as far as the closest to a 4-door supercar, my vote would go to the Tesla Model S. I won a prize that allowed me to drive one for a weekend, and it went like stink and was very luxurious. Far more useful than a regular supercar, yet similar performance. It sure would be nice if they weren’t so expensive!

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#93

Or better yet, the '57-'58 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham 4 door suicide doors!cadillac%2057%20brougham


#94

How about we wedge in the Aston Martin Lagonda for something truly different!


#95

1961 Monarch, 4 door hardtop.


#96

Definitely my 1962 Lincoln four-door convertible. It was green outside and green inside. It was very opulent, comfortable and sexy. It was also a chick magnet. I remember on one particular date locking the doors and the young lady that was with me was about to have a heart attack. It was easy to work on but parts back then were expensive for it. Did I mention that it had horrible gas mileage thank God gas was only about $.37 a gallon. Wish I had it again


#97

1968 or 69 Pontiac Parisienne


#98

“Wedge in” is very appropriate for the Euro school of wedge design this car so perfectly exemplified.


#99

555 My 55 Chevy. all work done by myselft or friends except interior


#100

Any vw thing

Any Citroen 2cv

Any ford crown Victoria

That’s my list…