8/29/2013 11:22 PM
Cool idea:
Here goes: 1971 Pinto (worst car ever!)
1977 Firebird (301 engine - great car)
1984 Corolla (dependable)
1996 Corolla (again dependable)
2005 Saturn Vue (still going strong)
8/30/2013 9:14 AM
Welcome kriz & fan41!

Keep it rolling...
8/30/2013 1:57 PM
Wow,this was a great idea for a league...brought back alot of memories reviewing all my cars:
1968 AMC Rambler-my first car and it would do tricks-first date in this car too
1973 Dodge Charger-muscle car of my youth
1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme-tried to class up my life a bit
1997- Mitsubishi Eclipse-mid-life crisis
2002-Toyota Solara,which I still have;obviously the mid-life crisis passed
8/30/2013 2:30 PM
Welcome Rattlers! ... those old Ramblers were great cars - my Grandmother drove a '65 for a few years.
8/30/2013 3:03 PM
1963 Dodge station wagon-push button auto 318 party wagon (tank)
1970 Barracuda-Orange with black leather also 318
1980 Dodge D-50 Sport-My only new auto celebrating Honorable (barely) discharge from Army
1990 Isuzu Trooper-elk, oryx, antelope and mule deer have all ridden in "Matilda" which is still my hunting partner
2006 Dodge 1500-200K 
8/30/2013 3:41 PM
Welcome dcates! ... love those old 'cudas.
8/30/2013 5:22 PM
Memories!
1952 Olds-1st car in HS.
1967 Mustang-fully restored, until my 1st son got his license!
1981 Chevy wagon-carried the family and most of the house.
1999 Buick Regal-nice car once the kids left the roost.
2007 Buick Lucerne-fully loaded with 35K on it. Nice to haul the grand kids around.

8/30/2013 5:33 PM
Learned to drive with my dads 1950 Buick. His pride and joy. One day I decided to practice backing it out of the carport. I thought I had it R but when I gave it some gas it was in D. Went right through the brick wall leading into the patio. Lots of laughs now.
8/30/2013 7:47 PM
Welcome bhoser! ... now we're getting into true vintage territory.
8/30/2013 9:05 PM
F-85 Cutlass Coupé (1962):  I learned to drive in this car when it was 10 years old.  It had a terrible clutch and I jerked away from every stop sign.

Plymouth Gold Duster (1972):  A real hot rod.  Three on the tree.  Slant-six engine.  Leaf springs raised rear end three inches.  Reverse chrome rims with 12" TIRES.

Datsun King Cab (1977): My only impulse buy vehicle.  I saw it in the show room.  I wanted it.  I bought it.  I washed and waxed it on my lunch hour EVERY day for 6 Mo.

Subaru GL Wagon (1980):  When my son was born I traded in my King cab for my first family car.  It broke my heart.   Put almost 300,000 miles on that Subaru.

Plymouth Grand Voyager (1995):  Bought it and drove the family to Disneyland in it.  It was gorgeous.  I sold it a year later for $3000 more than I bought it for.


8/30/2013 10:10 PM
Welcome fatboydad! ... I had  a '83 Subaru GL Wagon for a while... great snow car.  I ended up rear-ending a Suburban on my way home after a long day of skiing.  Not a scratch on the Suburban but the GL's front end was crumpled and I sold it for a pittance.
8/31/2013 7:15 AM
1967 Mustang 390 CI 4 speed coupe...1st car, a real sleeper, loved this car!

1970 Mustang Boss 302...my favorite car ever, wish I still had both of these cars.

1987 Chevy S-10.....1st of many trucks, kept it 15 years.

2002 Ford F-250.....wore this one out with 235,000 miles

2008 Ford F-250....still driving this one, great truck.

Too many others to even think about!
8/31/2013 10:43 AM
Welcome busterglen! ... my brother has a late model Boss 302 that he track races in Shelton, WA.
8/31/2013 2:52 PM
1958 Chevy Brookwood stationwagon: This was a real dinosaur of a first car. I bought it from my grandpa for $100. It barely made it home over Stevens Pass.
1969 Camero w/straight six: I was determined to improve on the Brookwood. And I did.
1980 Dodge Ram PU: This Mitsubishi was my first and only brand new car purchase. It was a great little truck until I moved to the Midwest and it rusted out.
1997 Subaru Outback Wagon: Great vehicle. Goes anywhere and looks good doing it.
2003 Toyota Matrix: It drives like a little bus (and that is not a compliment). But the seats & headroom make for great comfort in such a small car.




8/31/2013 7:20 PM
Welcome greener88! ... one trip up Stevens pass in my VW camper was one trip too many.
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