My first car was a zastava yugo 45 1.0 liter,
Insurance was to expensive and this was all i could afford at 17.
What was your first car?
An Olds 442 with a 400 cubic inch engine, a 4-barrel carb and dual exhaust. That thing FLEW! But the body was held together by rust and bondo.
A '77 Caprice Classic...similarly held together by rust and bondo
Yeah, and you got to love the old cars...mine went through a pretty spectacular wreck (one-car) on a washboarding road and came out of it with a broken window and a shallow dent on the front bumper. These injuries were sustained from the combined forces of a fence with wooden posts, a railroad tie being used as a signpost, and two lilac bushes.
*NOTE: I'm a much more careful driver now *
i still haven't bought a car for myself. i guess i'm the spoilt one who daddy got everything
Rusted 76' GMC sierra Truck. Complete with custom built steel pipe rack.
Not exactly the envy of friends but great for hauling everything on camping trips.
A well used, but beautiful baby blue 1969 Ford Galaxie. 390 V-8, 2 cylinder.
4-door, Army green 1968 Chevrolet Impala, 327 with 4 barrel carb
Looked awful, smelled musky inside from sitting up for years before I got it, but you can bet all my friends wanted a ride in it since none of them had cars.
'68 white, 2 door Chevy Impala. Big engine. Didn't like the white walls that came with the purchase though...
My mother's Chrysler New Yorker was my first car. The first car I bought for myself was last year and is the car I have now, an Apple Green Hyundai Accent Hatchback. I wrote a hub about the experience lol called a "Chick's Guide to Buying a New Car."
A 1976 Mercury Montego MX. It was almost as old as I was and in a beautiful shade of granny gold. It was affectionately known as "The Boat". It could hold the entire baseball team, but a few had to sit on the hood.
a 1980 Dodge Diplomat - 2 yrs old when I bought it, classy car for a first came complete with (get this) an 8 track tape player ROFLMAO!! Now that's stylin'
A '62 Ford Epic, the biggest navy blue lemon on this side of the moon. I bought it for $1000.00 (well my dad paid half)in 1970 two weeks before my 16th birthday.
I passed my drivers test in that car at 16. At that time it seemed I spent just about as much time under the hood trying to fix it as behind the wheel. What a fun memory.
by Elizabeth Parker 7 years ago
What was your first car and how old were you when you got it?
by Bundu 10 years ago
I bought my first car just a mere half a dozen years ago. It cost me £360. How much did yours cost you?
by The Examiner-1 7 years ago
What was your first car?Mine was a 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle. It was Maroon.
by LeonJane 10 years ago
What would be your dream car?If money wasn't an option what car would you pick? Would it be and Italian sports car? Would it be a classic car or big block V8? would it be an antique car? Or would you just like something modern which gave you good mileage?
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