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  • #461434
    Andy Kent
    Andy Kent
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    1st Car was a 1987 Nissan Pulsar NX with the E16i engine/5 speed manual. Wish it was the CA18DE. In that year it may have been the CA16DE for DOHC but either way. Did a lot of work on it to fix it up. It had a new alternator, battery, plugs and wires, all

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  • #480511
    David
    David
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    in order
    1971 Chevrolet Camaro (never drove it my dad took it apart 20+ years ago slowly trying to restore it)
    1987 Chevrolet Camaro
    1995 Dodge Intrepid
    1995 Mazda Miata (sold)

    Bikes
    1969 Suzuki T500 (sold)
    2006 Kawasaki Ninja 650

    #481026
    David
    David
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    in order
    1971 Chevrolet Camaro (never drove it my dad took it apart 20+ years ago slowly trying to restore it)
    1987 Chevrolet Camaro
    1995 Dodge Intrepid
    1995 Mazda Miata (sold)

    Bikes
    1969 Suzuki T500 (sold)
    2006 Kawasaki Ninja 650

    #480526
    Michele Pensotti
    Michele Pensotti
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    Hi all!

    Here’s the list of the cars and bikes I’ve owned in my 39 years on this planet

    Cars

    1989 – Citroen AX GT 1.4 (I’ll always love this one :kiss: )
    1993 – Peugeot 106 1.0 XR
    1998 – Fiat Punto Sporting MK1
    2002 – MG ZR 160
    2002 – Punto JTD 1.9 80HP
    1990 – Citroen BX TZS 1.6

    Bikes

    1987 – Fantic Issimo
    1989 – Piaggio Vespa PK125
    1989 – Gilera RX Arizona 125
    2005 – Suzuki GS500E

    Live long and prosper

    #481057
    Michele Pensotti
    Michele Pensotti
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    Hi all!

    Here’s the list of the cars and bikes I’ve owned in my 39 years on this planet

    Cars

    1989 – Citroen AX GT 1.4 (I’ll always love this one :kiss: )
    1993 – Peugeot 106 1.0 XR
    1998 – Fiat Punto Sporting MK1
    2002 – MG ZR 160
    2002 – Punto JTD 1.9 80HP
    1990 – Citroen BX TZS 1.6

    Bikes

    1987 – Fantic Issimo
    1989 – Piaggio Vespa PK125
    1989 – Gilera RX Arizona 125
    2005 – Suzuki GS500E

    Live long and prosper

    #483093
    Tyler
    Tyler
    Participant

    I’m still on my First Car.

    #483962
    Tyler
    Tyler
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    I’m still on my First Car.

    #483914
    Michael
    Michael
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    1: 1977 Chevy Nova. Replaced the 305 with a 350 me and my grandpa built. Was a ton of fun.
    2: 1995 Toyota T100. Served as a good work truck. When I sold it it had over 600,000 miles on it and still running strong.
    3: 1998 Chevy Lumina. Was cheap on gas.
    4: 1991 Ford Thunderbird. This is my current car. I love it, and have done a lot of work to it and more work to come.

    #484802
    Michael
    Michael
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    1: 1977 Chevy Nova. Replaced the 305 with a 350 me and my grandpa built. Was a ton of fun.
    2: 1995 Toyota T100. Served as a good work truck. When I sold it it had over 600,000 miles on it and still running strong.
    3: 1998 Chevy Lumina. Was cheap on gas.
    4: 1991 Ford Thunderbird. This is my current car. I love it, and have done a lot of work to it and more work to come.

    #484037
    Red Morris
    Red Morris
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    The list is short for a life-long petrol head

    1. 1996-2001 = 1985 Peugeot 205 Gti 1.6 – Bought as a learner. I had the fastest car of my friends for years
    2. 2001-Now = 1997 Mitsubishi FTO GX – Probably the best car I’ll ever own
    3. 2010-Now = 1996 Volvo 850 2.5 CD – Ridiculously cheap and reliable car

    #484899
    Red Morris
    Red Morris
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    The list is short for a life-long petrol head

    1. 1996-2001 = 1985 Peugeot 205 Gti 1.6 – Bought as a learner. I had the fastest car of my friends for years
    2. 2001-Now = 1997 Mitsubishi FTO GX – Probably the best car I’ll ever own
    3. 2010-Now = 1996 Volvo 850 2.5 CD – Ridiculously cheap and reliable car

    #486658
    Travis
    Travis
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    I have only had two cars, but I am only 19. First was the 2002 Buick Rendezvous that my parents gave me for high school graduation. Second is a 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza 900. I bought the Corvair this past summer.

    #485734
    Travis
    Travis
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    I have only had two cars, but I am only 19. First was the 2002 Buick Rendezvous that my parents gave me for high school graduation. Second is a 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Monza 900. I bought the Corvair this past summer.

    #487570
    William McClurg
    William McClurg
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    First car was a 1993 Nissan 240sx convertible. Biggest pile of junk ever!! I hated that car! The transmission liked to hang up in first gear randomly, and wouldn’t shift out until I put it into neutral (AT), shut the engine off, restarted it, then shifted back into drive. That car shed fasteners like they were going out of style. The top leaked, and it needed tires. Sold it in a yard sale for $1500 with full disclosure of all of its issues.

    Next was a 1990 Acura Integra sedan with MT. I miss that car! It’s tied for my favorite with my current car. It was totaled when some lady rolled the dice crossing the highway without being able to see. Unfortunately she came up short and cost me a car I’d otherwise still be driving.

    My wife owned a 2001 VW Jetta 1.8T with a MT. It was a blast to drive but with 181,000 miles it was just about ready to head on out to pasture. I refused to work on it anyway, to hard to get to anything. We traded it about a month ago on a 2012 Honda Accord lease. I won’t say much about this car since it isn’t mine. Not going to do any maintenance to it or anything– not myself anyways. I get too attached to things I work on.

    Speaking of attached, I’m currently driving a 1993 Honda Accord EX. This car, along with my friend’s boat has really helped me realize how much I like to turn a wrench. In the past month I have changed the clutch hydraulics, fixed the cruise control, and changed the fuel filter. It has around 233k on it. I need to replace the A/C compressor, and I’d like to get it painted and put at least another 100k on it. Couple other small issues with it, I need to replace one of the brake lamp assemblies, and I still have a weird transient misfire that I think I have traced to an aftermarket remanufactured distributor. That sums up my fleet history!

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    William McClurg
    William McClurg
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    First car was a 1993 Nissan 240sx convertible. Biggest pile of junk ever!! I hated that car! The transmission liked to hang up in first gear randomly, and wouldn’t shift out until I put it into neutral (AT), shut the engine off, restarted it, then shifted back into drive. That car shed fasteners like they were going out of style. The top leaked, and it needed tires. Sold it in a yard sale for $1500 with full disclosure of all of its issues.

    Next was a 1990 Acura Integra sedan with MT. I miss that car! It’s tied for my favorite with my current car. It was totaled when some lady rolled the dice crossing the highway without being able to see. Unfortunately she came up short and cost me a car I’d otherwise still be driving.

    My wife owned a 2001 VW Jetta 1.8T with a MT. It was a blast to drive but with 181,000 miles it was just about ready to head on out to pasture. I refused to work on it anyway, to hard to get to anything. We traded it about a month ago on a 2012 Honda Accord lease. I won’t say much about this car since it isn’t mine. Not going to do any maintenance to it or anything– not myself anyways. I get too attached to things I work on.

    Speaking of attached, I’m currently driving a 1993 Honda Accord EX. This car, along with my friend’s boat has really helped me realize how much I like to turn a wrench. In the past month I have changed the clutch hydraulics, fixed the cruise control, and changed the fuel filter. It has around 233k on it. I need to replace the A/C compressor, and I’d like to get it painted and put at least another 100k on it. Couple other small issues with it, I need to replace one of the brake lamp assemblies, and I still have a weird transient misfire that I think I have traced to an aftermarket remanufactured distributor. That sums up my fleet history!

    #497347
    Darren
    Darren
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    This could be a very long list seeing as I used to (and still do, just not as much as I used to) buy, fix and sell cars left and right. I’ve had over 60 cars, trucks and vans….

    But for my personal vehicles that I had for my own use and didn’t plan to just fix and flip,

    89′ S10 Blazer
    93 Ford Explorer
    04 Chevy Colorado
    I’ve had 3 2000 Honda Civic EX’s (one I swapped a H22 powertrain into. another one I’d still be driving to this day if a woman didn’t come across 3 lanes of traffic and hit me and wreck it. It was immaculate inside and out. ran like a top, and got over 40 mpg. I owned it for 7 months and put 28k on it and all I ever had to do was change the oil. It was slow, but reliable as heck, handled like a dream, very comfortable ride even on long drives, and excellent fuel economy)
    2 95 Honda Civic EX’s (one was a hatch that had a B16B in and a right hand drive conversion by a previous owner)
    2 1995 Ford Rangers
    86 Chevy S10
    97 Dodge Ram
    96 Subaru Impreza
    VW sandrail that I built and is road legal
    99 Civic SI
    and the one that I regret selling more than anything was my old 97 Honda Del Sol SI 🙁
    and there’s a few others, but I think that’s enough to post lol

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