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This feature is a part of Complex's Pusha T Week.
Before Pusha T even had his license, he was working on car lots as a determined teenager. The job only entailed slight drives from one side of the pavement to the other, but the young hustler had other plans. Nevermind the fact that he might have only been about 15 years old; he had places to be. He and his buddies were trusted with the keys to the lots, and as the openers, they had the responsibility of making sure the cars were ready to go every Saturday and Sunday morning.
King Push saw this as wide-open opportunity.
If he had somewhere to go on a Friday night, he had his choice of cars. "We would go out, we'd take RX-7s, Supras, and then we'd have it back in the morning for the Saturday," he says. "It was a really fun time." Working at nearly every dealership on the boulevard, his heavy exposure to automobiles made a big impression, and gave him the chance to test out a lot of different vehicles. His first car was a brand new Hyundai Elantra, but over the years, his taste evolved, eventually moving on to Mercedes-Benz as his brand of choice. We had the chance to speak with Pusha and discuss what whips he's come to love the most. These are Pusha T's 10 Most Iconic Cars.
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