A 1948 Pontiac "straight eight" . . . that's right not a V-eight. Bought it for $100 bucks in 1961 anticipation of my 16th birthday.
Flathead engine too; unique sound.
'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.
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
1967 dark green VW bug
A very old "Triumph Spitfire" an English sportscar.
series III ford capri
1980 Mustang. total POS
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...
03 Mustang ./ :) Still have her,
'85 Ford LTD midsize.
1961 Ford Falcon 4 on the floor convertible.
1967 gold Oldsmobile Cutlas Supreme
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.
A 1960 Plymouth Valiant Station Wagon; with a slant 6 engine and a 3 speed on the floor.
1966 Plymouth Valiant Signet with a 273 PowerPac option. A great little car, wish I still had that car.
A Vauxhall Astra.