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      03-19-2012 04:02 PM #1
      As the title states post what your parents or parent or guardian had while you where growing up as far back as you can remeber. You can post your experiences with them if you want. Pics are optional. If you cant remeber just post the manufacturer and around what year.

      1. Early 70's blue oldsmobile either skylark or cutlass around 1990 I was 4
      2.1992 Ford Festiva just like this one. Had a static shock issue everytime I got in. I was about 5 or 6

      3.70's or 80's yellow datsun not sure what model, they won it an auction same age as Festiva
      4.Chevvrolet Spectrum just like this one
      5.86 subaru xt just like this one, wish I got to drive it. Digital Dash was so cool for me at 9.
      6.91 Celica Gt, Red. I was able to drive this before they got rid of it when I was about 16 or 17. I wanted it, but family had financial issues.
      7.95 Nissan Pathfinder, burgandy. I learned to drive stick in this thing.
      8.95 camaro v6, I owned this car after I moved since I didnt have a car, but gave it back when I had to go on deployment.
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      03-19-2012 04:14 PM #2
      Parents - Married in '88 I was born in '91 Bold = Currently Own

      80's Oldsmobile of some kind
      80's Toyota (Corolla I think)
      89? Pontiac Grand Am
      98 Ford Ranger XLT w/ 5 Speed
      9? Dodge Grand Caravan - Crapped out at like 70k miles due to transmission failure
      01 Toyota Sienna (Replaced Caravan) Parent's claim best/most reliable car they have ever owned
      06 Ford Ranger - Dad had over 150k miles on the old one in 8 years are grew tired of driving a manual in traffic
      97 Chevy Express 1500 with Conversion - used for road trips when all of us kids were at home (2 of us are in college now) now used for extra car/moving stuff

      My parents don't buy cars very often, My parents are of the drive them into the ground mentality

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      03-19-2012 04:18 PM #3
      Until I was around 12-13 years old.
      This was the family car

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      03-19-2012 04:21 PM #4
      I'm trying to followe the drive a car to the ground mindset unless I win the lotery. Sometimes I feel like I wannna try some other cars though.
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      03-19-2012 04:23 PM #5
      Not actual pics, but these were the cars I remember:

      '61 Renault 4CV, that they bought new. First car I "drove," when I was 5.



      '55 Dodge Custom Royale, was my grandfather's car before they got it from him in the '60s.



      '61 Falcon wagon later in the '60s:



      '60s Ford econoline panel van with a couple windows cut into it:



      '72 Pinto squire wagon, pea green:



      took my driver's test in it.
      I love cars, but the problem is they are like schroedinger's hobby. They're always in a quantum superstate of being both awesome and a huge waste of time and money... until observation momentarily forces them into one state or another.

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      03-19-2012 04:26 PM #6
      Furthest back I can remember was my Moms 90s Golf. It was a Red 4door and I remember always taking trips to NC beach in it as a kid and sleeping inside the trunk with one seat down in the back. Me and my brother always thought that was so cool for some reason haha. My dad drove a really old Merc that my PopPop had imported over here from Germany but I dont remember what kind it was. We only had it for maybe half a year. After that, my dad bought a red Audi 80. It had a crank sunroof but it was a pretty cool and it ended up being my first car after I got it from my brother. My mom then got a 97 Passat TDI wagon that we still have to this day. They bought it brand new at the very end of 97 and it has over 220k on it, original clutch and still going strong. After my dad gave my bro his Audi, he bought a 2001.5 Passat 1.8t. He still has it but hes been thinking about getting something alittle nicer, we'll see if he ever does. He also has a 69 Kharman Ghia with a 2.1 stroker motor and alot of other nice air cooled bits. Had the motor and trans all built in Mannasas VA by this guy whos like a legend with aircooled VWs. It mostly sits in our garage but hes slowly been fixing small things on it over the years. He drives it alot in the summer time tho, such a sweet classic VW.
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      03-19-2012 04:26 PM #7
      Quote Originally Posted by bubbagti View Post
      Until I was around 12-13 years old.
      This was the family car
      Haha this was the same Merc my dad drove for awhile back in the day.
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    8. 03-19-2012 04:29 PM #8
      unknown-year Rambler Rebel - I don't remember this one, I was too small.
      1966 Rambler Classic
      1970 Datsun 510 (no, nothing special ... 4 door automatic, which rusted out in two years after being a complete pile of rubbish in the meantime)
      1972 AMC Hornet (replaced the 510)
      1977 AMC Hornet (replaced the Classic - JUNK - dad swore off American cars after this and has never bought another one since)
      1978 Honda Civic (replaced the '72 Hornet - learned to drive with this one and became a hand-me-down)
      1983 Honda Accord (replaced the '77 Hornet)
      after that is about when I left home.

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      03-19-2012 04:34 PM #9
      I grew up in the back of Chevy Caprices. Nothing but Caprice wagons. By the time I had my own car, my dad's 4th Caprice had 494,000 km on the LT1 and it was on its second transmission.

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      03-19-2012 04:35 PM #10
      Quote Originally Posted by GoFaster View Post
      unknown-year Rambler Rebel - I don't remember this one, I was too small.
      1966 Rambler Classic
      1970 Datsun 510 (no, nothing special ... 4 door automatic, which rusted out in two years after being a complete pile of rubbish in the meantime)
      1972 AMC Hornet (replaced the 510)
      1977 AMC Hornet (replaced the Classic - JUNK - dad swore off American cars after this and has never bought another one since)
      1978 Honda Civic (replaced the '72 Hornet - learned to drive with this one and became a hand-me-down)
      1983 Honda Accord (replaced the '77 Hornet)
      after that is about when I left home.
      My mom might of had a 510 from the family pics and the pics I just googled thats what it might of been. From my unlear memory of this it was way better than that festiva that always shocked us with static, it was loud from what I could remember.
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      03-19-2012 04:40 PM #11
      Going back to when I was 4:

      70 MGB GT - dad's toy/project
      87 VW Quantum Wagon - Mom's
      88 VW Jetta Diesel - Dad's
      92 VW Jetta was bought new using the 88 as a trade - dad's
      92 Mazda MPV 4wd manual - mom's - sold before move to AZ in 93.

      93 Ford F150 XLT extended cab 4.9l 6 w/ manual trans. - 92 Jetta was traded for it. - Sold truck in 97.

      83 Jetta Diesel - bought to flip in 94
      88 Fox - bought to flip - dad paid $200 for it in 94, sold it for 1500.
      78 VW Rabbit - bought in 96
      84 VW Rabbit - bought in 97
      87 Audi 5000 bought to fix up as a second car - never happened.

      86 VW Jetta diesel coupe - traded for an 84 BMW 318i

      traded in 84 BMW for a 97 Jetta GT in 2000.

      Dad bought an 85 VW Golf and gave mom the 97 Jetta shortly after.

      in 01 Dad traded the 85 Golf in for a new Jetta Wagon for mom on mother's day.

      Dad bought an 01 Tundra V6 4wd Manual and sold the 97 Jetta.

      Around 01 Dad bought a 68 MGB to restore - sold it in 2008.

      Jetta Wagon was traded in on an 03 Jetta TDI.

      01 Tundra was traded in for an 05 Jetta TDI.

      03 TDI was sold and an 06 Tundra double cab was purchased.

      06 Tundra was traded in for a leased 09 Camry. - dad's
      05 Jetta was traded in for a 2010 Jetta TDI Sportwagen - mom's

      An 04 Camry was purchased to replace the leased Camry, but both ended up being traded in for a 2012 Corolla.

      So they currently have the 2010 JSW TDI and the 2012 Corolla.
      Current: 2013 GLI Autobahn
      Previous: 84 Jetta, 00 Jetta TDI, 04 Frontier, 05 Tacoma, 01 Jetta, 05 GTI, 85 Jetta, 06 Tacoma, 81 Rabbit, 81 Rabbit, 86 GTI, 86 325e, 89 GLI, 99 Jetta, 73 Stupid Beetle, 89 GTI 16V, 92 Jetta, 74 F250, 86 325es, 77 MGB, 73 C10, 06 MCS, 11 Silverado, 13 Silverado

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      03-19-2012 04:40 PM #12
      1.1985 Audi 5000, you think German electrics are bad nowadays? On this thing, my dad would close the trunk and the engine would cut out



      2. 1992 Toyota Previa Our first van, I remember it had an incredibly musty smell to it



      3. 2000 Mazda MPV Hard to believe it's been 12 years since these came out, and I still remember the day we brought it home, Reliable van in the end, but my did it ever rust.

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      03-19-2012 04:43 PM #13
      My mom had a Ford Maverick just around the time I was born and traded up to a wagon


      The first wagon didn't have the faux wood and had that naugahide seating (towels were used in the summer)


      Then she upgraded to the Crown Victoria Country Squire LTD


      My father had a beetle. Not sure the year, but he also had a Datsun B210 then a Volvo 240DL


      Then we had two jeeps, 96 Cherokee Classic and a 01 Cherokee Sport, then a 02 Grand Cherokee Laredo.




      And my mom now has her dream wagon, 2010 XC70.



      Probably has influenced my love of wagons and Jeeps over the years. My wife won't get a mini-van so she'll be in the SUV and I'll take the Euro-wagon when the time comes.

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      03-19-2012 04:46 PM #14
      The car my dad drove until I was about 5, and the car that started my passion for cars, I present to you, the 1978 Olds Omega (a nova clone).



      Not his, but it was just about identical.
      Last edited by zeewhiz; 03-19-2012 at 04:49 PM.
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      Because then you'd be shopping at Kmart, where it always smells like 1976.

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      03-19-2012 04:52 PM #15
      Oh man, they've had some cool cars. These are just pictures taken from google (all cars were same color and such)

      #1. My father used to drag race his 1967 charger with a 383. Then I was born. No more drag racing. I ruined everything.

      Car was sold a few years ago (to afford harley davidsons)

      #2. Old Cutlass Supreme, with T-tops (which were almost stolen about 100 times)

      Sold while I was still young to buy...

      #3. Chevy Lumina Z34. Pretty badass car.

      Still sits in my driveway. 115k miles, blown headgasket, and disintegrated interior. It was my mothers pride and joy, and we can't get rid of it. Someday I'll fix it up when I have the time and money because it's a fun ride

      #4. 1969 plymouth roadrunner

      Green, 383 hood but had a 318 swapped in my previous owner, bought as a project, sold to buy more harleys.

      Now we own nothing but Jeeps and Volkswagens
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      03-19-2012 04:54 PM #16
      I was born in 1988. My mom was driving a 1981 Pontiac T1000 and my dad had a 1986 Dodge Ramcharger.

      My mom's T1000 when it was new:


      The Ramcharger:


      The T1000 was replaced in 1992 with a new Taurus GL. In its later years:


      The Ramcharger was replaced in 1997 with a 1995 Explorer, which later became my first car.


      My mom replaced the Taurus with a new Forester in 2001. It's about to be replaced by a new Impreza:


      And my dad replaced the Explorer in 2005 with a 2001 Outback:
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      03-19-2012 04:54 PM #17
      When I was really small my dad had a Golf Mk I like this



      my mom a Scirocco like this (in stock trim obviously).



      Then in 1984 my mom got a new (blue) Passat and dad took over the Scirocco. It stayed like that until 1992 and is probably the most memorable vehicle set up of my childhood.


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      03-19-2012 04:58 PM #18
      Quote Originally Posted by zeewhiz View Post
      The car my dad drove until I was about 5, and the car that started my passion for cars, I present to you, the 1978 Olds Omega (a nova clone).



      Not his, but it was just about identical.
      I worked with a guy that had a pontiac phoenix that looked just like thing. Is there any difference between omega and phoenix?
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      03-19-2012 05:01 PM #19
      my father had some interesting/strange vehicles in the late 80s and early 90s.

      Piaggo Ape car:


      Citroen Diana:


      Citroen Ami:


      Opel Kadett B:


      Citroen Visa:


      VW Golf Diesel:

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      my dad had an '82 S-10 "Durango" 4cylinder 2wd, bought new in 1982, traded it in 2001 towards one of these:

      now has a 2010 chevy 2wd short box

      Mom's:





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      03-19-2012 05:09 PM #21
      In for some Communist cars:

      1. First car my parents ever owned was a Zaz 968 A in green. Air cooled, RWD, singe carb, solid rear axle communist POS:



      2. Second car my parents had was a Wartburg 353 Deluxe in red. Water cooled, FWD, 3 cylinder, 2-stroke engine. It had 4-spd manual transmission which had the ability to switch gears without using the clutch. Very very ingenious device! The gear lever was mounted on the column.



      3. My graddad eventually got too old to drive a car so he handed down his car to my dad. It was a Volga in black color. The exact model escapes my mind. It had 3-speed manual with gear lever on the column. Front seat was identical to the rear seat and it was a full bench. It was somewhat common to swap the front seat with the rear because the driver side would sometimes collapse.


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      1st Gen RX-7, Porsche 944, Chevy 1500, Chevy Beretta

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      03-19-2012 05:29 PM #23
      Quote Originally Posted by VR6 GLX Man View Post
      I worked with a guy that had a pontiac phoenix that looked just like thing. Is there any difference between omega and phoenix?
      No difference at all. The phoenix was the top of the line trim level for the Pontiac Ventura... which was also a Nova clone. Buick also had a nova clone called the Apollo.
      I'm just your local purveyor of Miata and Nissan Z-car fanboyism.

      Quote Originally Posted by Chmeeee View Post
      Because then you'd be shopping at Kmart, where it always smells like 1976.

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      03-19-2012 05:32 PM #24
      born in 93

      1. 8? Chevy Van 10 till 97
      2. 90 Honda Accord LX til 2007
      3. 97 Mercury Villager till last week ( miss the car, i learned how to drive with it, did my G2 and G in it, learned to do bodywork, mechanical work, detail cars, burnouts, j-turns, winter drifting )



      4. 2006 Honda Accord SE bought in 07 till present



      5 2007 BMW X5 3.0 bought in 2011 till present

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      03-19-2012 05:32 PM #25
      born in 82.

      early 80's GMC conversion van
      1984 Buick Riviera
      early 80's Chevy Caprice
      1988 Jeep Cherokee Chief (became first car)
      every generation or variation of Suburban (Yukon XL, Escalade etc.) since 1989
      1992 Cadillac DeVille
      1998 Corvette
      2000? Cadillac Eldorado
      2001 corvette

      projects (best I can remember)
      38 ford coupe (project)
      58 & eraly 60's T-bird (kept)
      64(kept),65(kept),68,69(kept) corvette (some years were repeated)
      68 mustang(kept)
      68 camaro
      68 GTO (kept)

      2001 moved out

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      03-19-2012 05:33 PM #26
      Dad:



      and this at the same time.....



      mom:





      then





      then





      Then





      Now:




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      03-19-2012 05:37 PM #27
      The first one I actually remember is dad's one-and-only Volkswagen, a '63 Notchback, like so:



      He should never have had a manually shifted air-cooled car. Dad's no gearhead, that's for sure!

      Then a '63 Nova when the Notch died of a cruel and under-revved death:


      I'd love one of these. It seemed huge after the Notchback!

      This, however, is the car I remember best:



      In this color:



      With a green vinyl interior and a choked 302.

      After that it was a '79 Delta 88 very much like this '80 model:



      That was a pretty damn good car, but when I was grown, they came up with a new(!) '86 Delta 88, what a compete heap it was, too:



      I shudder just thinking about that car. I don't think I've ever been more glad to see a car go in my lifetime.

      They bought a new Intrigue in '98 and have it to this day.



      It's been a great car, too. It's had the steering rack replaced a couple of times and regular maintenance, but that's really about it.
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      03-19-2012 05:38 PM #28
      Quote Originally Posted by FourPointOh View Post
      Dad:



      and this at the same time.....



      mom:





      then





      then





      Then





      Now:



      Nice Cars growing up
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      03-19-2012 05:42 PM #29




      Yeah my dad wasn't rich thats all he could afford


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      03-19-2012 05:46 PM #31
      Quote Originally Posted by VR6 GLX Man View Post
      Nice Cars growing up
      I enjoyed it! My dad has been in the car business for as long as I can remember, so there was generally a steady stream of clean, fresh trade-ins that my dad would scoop up.

    31. 03-19-2012 05:52 PM #32
      Cars I had growing up:

      1975 Dodge Coronet station wagon (bought used in 1976)
      1980 Dodge Omni (this was the car I was brought home from the hospital in -- bought several weeks before I was born)
      1987 Toyota Camry -- took my drivers test in this one, and my favorite car of the three we had in HS.
      1984 Dodge 600ES (bought used in 1990)
      1990 Plymouth Acclaim (bought used in 1993)

    32. 03-19-2012 05:58 PM #33
      Dad:

      (colors the same!)

      Integra yo


      Infiniti J30


      e39 540i 6-speed...when I was about 11 years old. Got me hooked on cars, 3rd gear pulls on the highway. awesome.


      2007 550i



      And then the steering column had some catastrophic problem that would have cost something stupid like 8 grand to fix so...got a good deal on a trade and upgraded to:

      2009 550i

      I was kind of like when he said he was going to get another e60 after that happened but considering the deal he got I thought why not (basically the dealer gave him book value of a 95k 2007 e60 and didn't factor in the fact the steering column was ****ed, and the price on the 2009 was like 3k lower than market already and only had 18k miles...good deal). Plus the transmission is different if I'm correct, else the transmission in his 07 was just horrid, and for some reason I think it actually looks really good whereas I thought the 2007 looked ugly.


      Mom:

      red Exploder
      red suburban
      silver Yukon xl
      silver rx-350

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      03-19-2012 06:00 PM #34
      Quote Originally Posted by bubbagti View Post
      Until I was around 12-13 years old.
      This was the family car
      Ha, this is a carbon copy of my parents current vehicle.

    34. 03-19-2012 06:00 PM #35


      1964 Lincoln. It was black with a red leather interior.

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