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Cressida always makes me think of the biggest Toyota sedan (And wagon! Don't forget the Toyota Cressida wagon - Ben Hsu of Japanese Nostalgic Car ran one for some years) from the '80s/90s, precursor to the Avalon.
The sheriff from the Dukes of Hazzard owns Roscoe to me.
Speaking of names owned by fictional characters, Simpsons creator Matt Groening named his son Homer because, having named a cartoon character after his father he felt he had to.
Nobody's mentioned Bort yet? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Au1He0_eCkw
Around here they used to be a tiki bar called Kohala Moana whose (heavily aired) commercials pronounced it "Koala Mona".
I know a Brian and Owen who are 20something brothers <3 years apart. It always sounds more like a father-and-son pair.
I've joked that I now feel sorry for the Duffer Brothers that they'll never, however long they try, come up with fictional names as good as "Finn Wolfhard" and "Millie Bobby Brown".
Wasn't "Isis" starting to be an up-and-coming girls' name before it ran aground on the terror group being in the news?
Lark still makes me think of the Studebaker Lark which is theme-appropriate since a combination of cultural and economic factors with a lack of road salt have made the PNW in general and western Oregon in particular the carspotting capital of North America. And then you follow up with an Opel Olympia!