Street Talk 08.15.19

What is your dream car accessory?

Follow-up: What was your first car and what did you dislike about it?

Asked on Alvarado Street in Monterey



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CAMILLE MALCOLM | Day spa owner | Monterey

A: That I could actually have Siri understand me and give me what I ask for.

Parking Lot: My first car was a Ford Mustang ’65 and it rarely started.

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KAITLIN RACACHO | Museum director | Monterey

A: Something that keeps your drink cold. You can keep it in the car, if you run in to a store and back it keeps it nice and chilled.

Call Me Up: A 2009 Toyota Corolla. It didn’t have a plug-in for my phone, so you had to play it through a tape machine.

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JIM SAPIA | Chef | Monterey

A: A sun roof. Just the fresh air, the feeling of being outside while you’re inside.

Riding Big: A 1964 Lincoln Continental, powder blue with Godfather tires. My girlfriend would never ride in it because she was embarrassed, but it was a collectible.

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