The LaSalle in 1927 by General Motors no one remembers except it was mentioned in the All In The Family song from the TV show but represents the opulence that cars brought to your ever growing ego. It was the first car broadly marketed to the general public that looked like a rich person’s car. It was classy and was all about style and status. At the time the boxy Model T was just too practical for those who wanted to impress during the roaring 20’s.
Then there is the Ford Mustang in 1964 featured in the Steve McQueen movie Bullitt in 1968 also featured on the Mary Tyler Moore show where she drove it everywhere. It made sporty affordable. It was an era where the baby boomers were coming of age going to college and who wanted something different from their parents.
So, drive whatever you want. It might go in the automobile history books as something significant in your lifetime. It can be the flashy car, or the economical car or the practical car or the expensive car, nevertheless it is your car the one you drive the one you chose and is basically all about you.