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What was the make/model of the first car you ever owned?

Asked by ucme (45475points) April 4th, 2011

Mine was a super cool “Italian Job” mini cooper (blue) ....ahh memories! Now for no good reason I can think of, what was yours then eh?

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Seaofclouds's avatar

Mine was a 1986 Dodge Lancer

shego's avatar

Mine was a 2004 Chevy Malibu max

Seelix's avatar

I had a 1998 Dodge Neon. I’m surprised it lasted until 2004.

optimisticpessimist's avatar

A 1988 convertible IROC-Z Camaro. I loved that car.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

1953 Buick Roadmaster three tone Green with 500 pounds of chrome.

creative1's avatar

1977 Ford Pinto, White, it was my little egg lol

WillWorkForChocolate's avatar

Mine was a black, 1986 Toyota MR2, that my daddy bought me for my 15th birthday in ‘94.
I called it The Lawnmower.

WestRiverrat's avatar

68 cougar with a 351 Cleveland topped with a 4bbl holley. Ran like a champ until I blew the engine racing a z28 iroc in 1988.

tedibear's avatar

Two-tone blue 1983 Ford Escort. Once the cracked carburetor cap was fixed and it would start in the rain it was a good little car.

12Oaks's avatar

A 1978 or 1979 Ford van. Bought in 1986. I still have it, drive it. There isn’t a part on it that hasn’t been replaced at least two times, but technically it’s a 1978 or 1979 with all inherent advantages.

cak's avatar

67 Fastback Mustang. My father bought it for me for my 16th birthday, because I had maintained straight A’s all through school. Only problem, I didn’t fully appreciate what I had, at the time. A family member still has it, and has completely refinished the car, as well.

mrentropy's avatar

1979 Plymouth Duster. It looked suspiciously like Al Bundy’s “Dodge” in a couple of episodes of MWC.

ucme's avatar

Good stuff everyone….this thread may have wheels after all.

chyna's avatar

1969 Firebird, three speed.

OpryLeigh's avatar

Rover Metro. White. Called Dolly.

TexasDude's avatar

2000 Chrysler Cirrus. Had 250,000 miles on it before it crapped out on me. I sold it to an old hillbilly for $200 and then I got my ‘06 Jeep Liberty which I freaking love.

Every damn part of that thing was messed up by the time I got done with it. Said hillbilly later got in touch with me and said he had put $2500 into it and he still couldn’t get it to run. 0_o

ragingloli's avatar

A Lamborghini Countach. In Black.
But over the years some of the labels have come off, and I do not even know where it is anymore. Probably buried in some cardboard box.

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faye's avatar

I had a 1962 Studebaker Lark. Great engine, ugly car!

theninth's avatar

1979 Ford Mustang Ghia. Sadly, it was an automatic. It really should’ve been a manual.

I also drove a VW Bus… I can’t remember what model year that was—late 1970s, I’m sure.

AmWiser's avatar

Ahh! My 1968 AMC Javelin My Pops bought it for me when I was 22. My sister wrecked it:(

crisw's avatar

1980-something Ford Ranger.

DominicX's avatar

2007 Audi A6. Got it for my 16th birthday (and I still drive it obviously). It’s an excellent car :)

gailcalled's avatar

1946 Dodge coupe. One of the first cars manufactured after WWII. My grandfather had an auto wrecking and body shop; he found this car crumpled up on the Boston Post Rd., brought it back to the yard and banged the dents out.

My father gave me a piece of heavy yellow canvas to cover the very dirty and shabby seats.

I got my driver’s license after my 16th birthday and hit the road.

Cruiser's avatar

1968 Camaro – Matador Red!

YARNLADY's avatar

A restored 1950 Studebaker coupe, which I got for my 16th birthday in 1959

Ladymia69's avatar

In 1998, I learned to drive a car finally. I was 18. My mom bought me a white1985 Dodge Aries. I promptly named it “Princess” and drove it into the ground over the next 3 years. I loved that car….haven’t had my own car since.

SamIAm's avatar

‘03 Mitsubishi Lancer OZ, silver. Brand new. Totaled it within 7 months. Opps.

JilltheTooth's avatar

A 1976 AMC Hornet. It was green.

SavoirFaire's avatar

A light blue 1992 Honda Civic DX Hatchback. This was also the car in which my father taught me to drive.

JilltheTooth's avatar

@rebbel : So that’s why it was such a bizarre year…you were at the wheel!

rebbel's avatar

Okay, it was a blue one.

JilltheTooth's avatar

Yeah, I remember pretty colors from the ‘70s. That fits.

tinyfaery's avatar

1987 Toyota Corolla hatchback. White.

tigerlilly2's avatar

1967 Coupe Mustang, black and beautiful. I’m a 22 year old female and it was the best car I ever had.

blueiiznh's avatar

like a few others here…. my first car was a 67 mustang convertible. Reverse Oreo, white on the outside, black interior. My dad owned it and gave it to me when i got my license.
my older sister borrowed it one day and crashed it. (she was ok).
I still miss that car….....

yankeetooter's avatar

‘76 Dodge Dart

Brian1946's avatar

1966 VW beetle.

I think I paid $1,300 for it.
I drove it until the clutch wore out, and then I sold to a friend’s sister for $400.

thecaretaker's avatar

A 63 VW Beetle, bought it at the lemon lot at Edwards AFB in 93, i was an airmen and I still own and drive the car, almost lost it in quick sand, used it to haul wine barrels, trash cans full of dirt from a dig out under my house, drove it from Sacramento to The Dalles Oregon only two stops for gas, I now use it to take both my daughters to school and back and the car looks better than when I bought it; the car likes rabbits and squirrels, I have taken out so many of them im starting to believe the car is hungry for road kill.

jerv's avatar

‘87 Toyota Corolla, not terribly different from the ‘85 I now own, though I traded the A/C, loose tie rod end, and broken driver’s window mechanism for a big skull on the hood, a leaky sunroof, overdrive (four speeds; w00t!), and power mirrors.

rooeytoo's avatar

1949 Ford, I paid $50.00 for it. That was in 1962 so it was almost an antique when I got it! It had the stiffest clutch I have ever tried to engage. I was terrified I would develop huge unsightly muscles in one leg.

MaekoPoisoning's avatar

‘94 Honda Civic…. purple body, blue bumper. I must say though, that car had character.

Facade's avatar

‘96 Infiniti i30 and I (we) still use it. I wish I could have been a part of choosing my car though.

saintDrew's avatar

The only form of transportation i ever had was my bus pass and bmx bike =/ .. am trying to buy my 1st car real soon though!

gondwanalon's avatar

A 1953 Plymouth Belvedere station wagon when I was in college back in 1970. I had to rebuild all wheel break cylinders, put in a new clutch and transmission (it took three to find one that worked) and replace the head gasket 3 times to keep her going. It averaged around 11 mpg (Of course the price of gas was around 30ยข per gallon at the time).

Schroedes13's avatar

1997 Toyota Tercel!!! OH YA BABY!!!!

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