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In the Very Serious business of cars, there is no shortage of people and cultures that take themselves very seriously. Without jokes or smiles. Who are they?

Last week, I asked you guys to identify different car cultures and cliques that are very serious about themselves and their interests. The people who are not joking around, man.

The Steam-Powered Engines Or Bust Crowd? The Five-Spoke Wheel Society? The Middle-Mounted Gas Cap Only Association? The Wooden Steering Wheel Brigade?

Let’s see who you thought up.

The Porsche People (A-McGee9-3)

Dropping $400,000 on a single model.

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And Also The Subaru People (dannyzabolotny)

Tied.

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The Concours People (CommodoreFlushington)

They just hate submarines for some reason.

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The Rotary People (Jerry Harding)

Magic triangles.

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The Gumball People (ZooMotorPool)

Loving all the stickers on the cars, though.

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The Harley Davidson People (dreygata)

Go into the dealer naked, come out fully outfitted.

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The Lotus People (AXJ)

Add lightness, I said! ADD LIGHTNESS!!

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The Saab People (darkcloak)

You got it, buddy.

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The MG People (Jeffro Tull)

Good, old British snobbery.

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The Matching Numbers People (crowmolly)

Please, tell me more about your ‚Äė67 numbers matching Camaro.

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The TDI People (bhtooefr)

Something something Dieselgate.

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The... Trophy...? People (Noosh)

Let’s think of a name. Anyone?

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The ‚ÄėBest In Show‚Äô People (AkursedX)

They know everything, man.

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The Corvette People (Kurt Bradley)

Lots of Corvette love.