Nikki (nakeisha) wrote,
Nikki
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Where's Tony DiNozzo when you need him?

No, I haven't flipped, honestly I haven't :-) I really could use DiNozzo's help at the moment. However, as he isn't available, I'm hoping that someone on my f-list might be able to help me.

I'm looking for a car (no, not me personally) for a story. I know I could Google it, but as I know zero about cars, it probably wouldn't really help.

Basically, what I'm looking for is a car that's expensive (money is no object at all), but is also considered stylish, sleek and classy (kind of like you see a Rolls Royce, and it screams money and class). But it also the kind of car that would appeal to a young man in his early twenties, who has just graduated from university. Basically the kind of car that DiNozzo would drool over and kill to own.

The car is going to be a graduation present from the boys parents; who can only show their affection for him in a monetary way. They live and work in Japan, the boy (yes, G/D fans it's Charlie Patterson), lives in America; but it wouldn't matter where the car came from, father would have no objections ordering it from any country and having it shipped to America. They want to buy their son what they think any young man of his age, with his background and resources would want and would give the 'right' impression.

Can anyone help me, please?

Thank you in advance.

ETA Maybe I should have explained a little more (I didn't want to give too much of the story away). The car is Charlie's father's idea of what his son would like; but in fact Charlie hates it as it's far too expensive and classy, flashy for his choice, and has no intention of driving it. He'd be happy with a nice, simple sedan-type car; it's just another example of the fact that his parents know nothing about him.
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