Q: If my trumpet were a car, what make would it be?
Monette: Rolls RoyceBlackburn: JaguarCalicchio: FerrariLawler: PorscheSmith Watkins: Aston MartinSchilke: MercedesKanstul: BMW
(15xx series = Signature Class, 9xx series = Custom, etc.)Flip Oake’s Wild Thing: Range RoverTaylor: MorganSelmer (Paris): PeugeotCourtois: CitroenCallet: AudiStomvi: Pegasos (a classic Spanish auto)Bach: Volvo (solid cars, but boring)F. Besson: Toyota
(so many models, confusing names)Yamaha: Honda (this is way too easy)Yamaha Custom: AcuraHolton: ChevroletMartin: Cadillac (for you, Miles)Blessing: OldsmobileGetzen: DodgeDEG: PlymouthEdwards: Chrysler (had to be)UMI/Conn: FordConn Vintage One:
The New ThunderbirdUMI/King: MercuryUMI/Benge: Lincoln (had to be)Jupiter: Saturn (ho!)Amati: Yugo Vintage Horns (and Cars)Conn:
Ford (Model T, Model A)Connstellation: PackardSelmer (Paris) Balanced Action:
Vintage PorscheF.E. Olds & Co Mendez
Vintage Ford ThunderbirdF.E. Olds & Co Ambassador
Volkswagen Type 1 Sedan
(i.e., the old bug)Mt. Vernon Bach
Studebaker Commander Starliner I’m still working on and refining this thing, so helpful comments are appreciated. Comments which may not be helpful, but are funny, are also welcome.
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