So in another forum someone decided to ask what profession might be associated with a particular car name. I said an astronomer might drive a Nova or a Galaxy, your fun correlations?
A defense attorney driving a Challenger…
A home developer driving a Suburban…
A Rancher in a Mustang, of course…
A zookeeper driving a Cougar…
An astronaut in a Satellite…
Tom Cruise in Maverick…think about it for a moment…
A proctologist driving a Probe…
A fishing guide in a Barracuda…
I like your ideas but would add an older woman chasing a younger guy for Cougar!
An electrician in a Voltswagon.
Or a Buick Electra.
House cleaner? A Duster, of course!
I wonder who would drive an Escort?
Mathematician would drive an Infiniti, or Buzz Lightyear might drive one.
veterinarian in a vette
fisherman in a stingray
optometrist in a focus
Indian in a renegade
Jack Nicklaus in a Golf
Admiral in a Corvette.
Maybe even a corsair!
A negotiator in an Accord.
A repair tech in a Gremlin.
A race timekeeper in a Pacer.
A hobo in a Rambler.
A solar astronomer in a Corona.
A middle aged, chubby, balding guy at an insurance convention.
Th astronomer could drive a Saturn, or perhaps a Studebaker Starlight Coupe., Eisenhower a President, and an Italian race car driver an Avanti. Hitler and Mussolini could have driven Studebaker Dictators, an ornithologist a Lark or a Hawk. Rocky Balboa a Champion and Horatio Hornblower a Commander
A knight in a Charger, or an electrician in one. You could have a janitor in a Comet. How about a big game hunter in a Safari? Screech in an EEEEE-150. A horse in an Equinox. A curtain maker in a Traverse.
Bagpiper - Highlander
Surfer - Malibu, Pacifica
Woodcutter - Forester
Carriage driver - Phaeton
Retirees - Olds 88 and Olds 98
Australian rancher - Outback
British business owner - LTD
Bullfighter - Taurus
Mayor - Civic, Suburban
Diplomat - Accord, Envoy
Soldier - Patriot, Valient, Ranger, Intrepid,
Defender, Commander, Triumph
Ornithologist - Falcon, Eagle, Hummer, Skylark, Sunbird, Sparrowhawk, Lark
Swordsman - Cavalier, Cutlass, Lesabre
Cardiologist - Pacer
Entomologist - Beetle, Hornet, Spider
Sportsman - Golf, Lacrosse
Convict - Escape, Rogue
Vulcanologist - Tacoma, Mountaineer
Sailor - Voyager, Odessey, Corvette
Italian painter - Sienna, Torino
Royalty - Regency
Archer - Huntsman
Electrician - Spark, Jolt, Volt, Charger
Playright - Electra
Astronomer - Comet, Nova, Sunfire
Cowboy - Mustang, Colt
Safari guide - Impala
Roadhouse owner - Juke
Camel driver - Caravan
Musician - Tempo, Sonata
Surveyor - Transit
Race car driver - Roadmaster
Mathematician - Infinity
Ballerina - Firebird
Duelist - Challenger
Linguist - Accent
Mapmaker - Tucson, Santa Fe, Cimmaron, Atlas, Monte Carlo, Tahoe, Bel Air
Skier - Telluride, Sportage, Avalance
Physicist - Fusion
Big game hunter - Cougar, Jaguar, Panther
Police - Citation
Firefighter - Blazer
Shepherd- Ram, Big Horn
Meterorologist - Zephyr, Dawn, Equinox
Paranormalist - Phantom, Ghost, Wraith
Adventurer - Scout, Trailblazer, Explorer, Pioneer, Land Rover
Fence builder - Palisade
Naturalist - Bearcat
Tribal Chief - Blackhawk
Hotelier - Omni
Yoga instructor - Flex
Landscaper - Edge
Pirate - Corsair
Pharmacist - RX
Car rental - Fleetwood
It would be difficult to top the ones already posted, so I will just add this one:
Meteorologist–Geo Storm (If he/she can get it to start… )
@Marnet did you stay up all night to come up with so many?
@circuitsmith LOL Sort of. Dealing with a situation so kept adding to the list as I thought of more. A few I had to look up to be certain I was correct that those actually are/were car models, such as the Wraith.
I couldn’t think of a model for car mechanics, though. Perhaps the Spark which I used for electrician.
Car mechanics - Ford🙄