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I grew up in my daddy's '57 Chevy BelAir. Loved that car!
Sadly, it was gone before I started driving. My first car was a '68 Malibu.
My favorite car was my zippy '88 Celica. Right now, I love my 2.3 liter '07 Mazda3.
I was my mother-in-laws fathers growing up. It was parked in a shed for 20 plus years until he decided to restore it to original. It has matching engine, tranny, and frame. All rebuilt from the ground up. It sounds like nothing else, had a 6 cylinder which is rare.
Its not a stupid question until you ask it.
It looks like something that would sale at Barrett-Jackson auction for 100k.
My dad's had the little V8. He originally planned to keep it and restore it for me but it just never happened and he ended up selling it.
If anyone wants a nice little play thing. KBB is $19k...we'll sell for $15k. It was only made for 3 years and fewer than 3,000 ever made it to US dealerships. If we keep it a few more years it may actually increase, but we try to keep it maintained so it doesn't dry rot and we just don't have room for it. I don't want the paint or bonnet to fade so it stays in the garage and my truck is in hte driveway.
This post was edited by Ram_Lock 10 months ago
It would be worth a mint now.
What was the color?
This post was edited by OrangeVol79 10 months ago
Two-toned, turquoise with white trim. Four-door sedan. I still dream about riding around in that car.
'06 BMW 325cic Convertible
'69 Ford Torino GT
BMW 3 series convertible - this is my second
Just a license plate ring
Not a brand but model - a Prius will never sit in my driveway
2007 BMW 525i
2000 BMW 540i. Just a teeny bit short of an M5
Florida vanity plate. "2VOLS"
A Saab. Looks like it was whipped with a ugly stick.
Tough one. Any high-end convertible
No UT stuff
Don't refuse to purchase anything, really.
Your team. All the time.
2000 Ford Excursion-Love it now as much as the day I bought it
1961 Ford Falcon- The old family car that sat for a few years. Didn't like it then but now I would love to have it back
1970 Plymouth Superbird
Power T license plate on front-Checkerboard Power T on rear window-Big Orange magnet with white Power T during football season
I have a much longer list of "can't afford to buys" than "refuse to buys", but not really a Toyota fan at all
BUTCH IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. GO VOLS!
-2008 f250, which ironically the transmission literally went out of today. Still love it. Maybe user error, 630 horsepower on stock parts may not be a good thing.
-1979 ford truck. Best in the world. Still own it.
-I'd love to have a 1973-1979 ford crew cab truck jacked in the air with a big Diesel engine blowing black smoke in the air. I'm a big ford truck kinda guy if you can't tell.
-have a "I will give my all for Tennessee" sticker and a UT alum sticker in the back window and a power T license plate up front
-my dad is a car guy. I've grown up a car guy, and always been taught if its not a ford, it's not worth having. Thanks dad.
2001 GMC Sierra quad cab.
1989 mustang (bought it when I was 15)
Too much to write here.
Dodge truck of any kind.
'06 Lexus IS 250
'95 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
Fisker Atlantic (believe its been rescheduled to be released next year)
I have a 07 Camry, 05 Jeep Rubicon (my 20 yr old son drives it) and i no longer drive it but own my Grandpa's 1985 Monte Carlo that has 60,000 miles that is light green inside and out. As a teenager I went with him and wrote out the check for him to purchase the car new.
My first car was a 76 Rally sport Camero which I bought at 16 with money I had earned helping raise tobacco. It was tricked out and car show ready with air shocks and huge mag wheels.
My favorite was my first but a very close 2nd was 97 Jeep Grand Cherokee that I purchased used with 30,000 miles for only $15,000 Sticker price was $39,000.
All have UT front plates, son's Jeep has National Champ tag and UT tag holder, Camry has Silver Power T on back.
I have never owned a piece of Ford
- Fiesta & 1986 Toyota SR5 4x4
- '95 Jeep Cherokee
- 1970 Jamaica Blue Metallic 426 cubic inch Hemi 'Cuda Convertible with a 4-speed
- I can't think of a particular vehicle that I wouldn't drive
I have a car problem. Love bikes too.
Current - 2007 Aston Martin Vantage, 2001 911, 2012 z71, 2005 Triumph speed triple
First - Volvo 240 wagon
Target - Ferrari 458....in my opinion, the most amazing car ever made
The z71 has UT plate brackets and the 911 has door magnets for game days.
I have never owned anything Asian. Many good cars are made in Asia, they are just not my style.
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