How do you make a new (used) car feel like it's your own?
June 11, 2007 10:33 PM Subscribe
Just got a new (used) car! Looking for suggestions on ways to "make it my own." What's the first thing you
do to a new car?
This ('97 Mitsubishi Montero in great condition) is the first car I've owned myself (all prior autos have been shared with siblings). I've already started to fall in love with it, but somehow it still doesn't really feel like it's mine. I want to make it my own, give it some personality, that sort of thing. I'm not looking to "pimp my ride" or anything, just looking for little things I can do now to make me enjoy my car more for the rest of its life.
I'm already taking it in to have the seats re-upholstered, and also I've given it a name. The Hovertank!
Yes, I know, it's a stupid name.
Anyway, how do you officially "christen" a new automobile? I'm looking for anything, from purely psychological suggestions (I've already named it, and decided it's MALE), to purely decorative suggestions, to more practical ideas (any cheap ideas on how to improve an older factory stereo, for example?) All suggestions welcome.