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Some interesting choices, but I'm going to go out on a limb and say that I'm pretty sure they would all drive AMERICAN cars, since you know, they pretty much CREATED this country, I hardly think they'd want to see their money go overseas.
And I kind of see GW in a CTS-V. Understated, yet powerfull and fast as heck.
Most of the founding fathers were farmers, and would probably still be farmers. They would be driving American made pickup trucks with big, strong engines and four wheel drives! Farm work demands power and somewhere to put your tools.
REMEMBER, they have to drive around on dirt roads or through field roads. When it rains, it wouldn't be much fun pushing some of those cars listed out of the mud.
What ever the heck they wanted ,,cause they were the impression that they had created a free country where the government stayed out of your business and they didnt run any car companys, or tell people what to eat .
Exactly when did Andrew Jackson become a Founding Father? He was nine years old when the Declaration of Independence was ratified.