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MrNash MrNash 36-40, M 25 Answers Nov 7, 2012 in Community

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A 1948 Pontiac "straight eight" . . . that's right not a V-eight. Bought it for $100 bucks in 1961 anticipation of my 16th birthday.

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Flathead engine too; unique sound.

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'57 Chevy, that I bought in 1969 for $150. I changed the listed color to 'Rust' when I registered it 'cause I felt that was more accurate.

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1956 Chevy two door coupe, three on the tree and manual overdrive. Loved that car, left it for my idiot sister to drive when I enlisted, within two months she had run it dry of oil, siezed up the engine and let my alcoholic father sell it for $300 and the bastard kept the money

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1967 dark green VW bug

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A very old "Triumph Spitfire" an English sportscar.

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series III ford capri

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1980 Mustang. total POS

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Volkswagen Bug, 1968 model...no muffler, hole in the heater box, no insurance or safety...bought it for 25 bux and drove it for 3 months before selling it for 35 bux...

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'98 cavalier

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03 Mustang ./ :) Still have her,

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'85 Ford LTD midsize.

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1961 Ford Falcon 4 on the floor convertible.

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1967 gold Oldsmobile Cutlas Supreme

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It was a 1981 Toyota Celica-Supra coupe. Five speed, straight six engine, custom color (I did it myself), and everything other than the paint was original. I miss that car so much! Too bad it couldn't drive more than 50 miles or so without overheating.

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A 1960 Plymouth Valiant Station Wagon; with a slant 6 engine and a 3 speed on the floor.

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1966 Plymouth Valiant Signet with a 273 PowerPac option. A great little car, wish I still had that car.

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A Vauxhall Astra.

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