8/31/2013 11:48 PM
1.When I graduated from high school in 1967, my parents bought me my first car to send me off to college.....a 1963 Chevy convertible.

2.After graduating from college in 1971, I bought my first car on my own, a 1971 Chevy Camaro.

3. My fav car ever was my 1985 Mercury Cougar....wish I had kept it and turned it into an antique later.

4. I still have my 1999 Dodge Caravan...the benches are out of the back, and I call it my combined pick up truck and rolling storage shed. LOL

5. Our 2007 Toyota Prius gets 48.2 MPG.

So my years are 1963, 1971, 1985, 1999, and 2007.
9/1/2013 10:38 AM
Welcome tribe_fan_09!

8 spots left

9/1/2013 11:34 AM
We have a league number yet? 
9/1/2013 1:55 PM
I'll have the league up sometime tomorrow... heading out right now for my Dad's 80th birthday bash.
9/2/2013 4:56 PM
Great idea finn, I'd like to jump in as well.

1966 Pontiac GTO 389 tri power 4 speed
1970 Chevelle SS 454 LS5 (wish I had the LS6)
1971 Chevell SS 396 (really a 402)
1995 Jeep Cherokee (still used by my brother in law as a plow truck)
2012 Mustang GT
9/2/2013 6:42 PM
Welcome cal8ss! ... lot of muscle there.
9/2/2013 6:46 PM
League is now up and id has been sitemailed.

7 spots left!

9/2/2013 7:09 PM
1974 Ford Maverick Grabber - my first car, hand-me-down from my brother.  Bright orange.  Lost my virginity in it.

1965 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback - another hand-me-down, had been sitting in the garage for nine years when a buddy and I rebuilt it after high school.

1989 Mercedes SL500 - my first Mercedes, hated giving it up in the divorce.

1999 Dodge Caravan - needed a big car for my two Irish Wolfhounds.

2004 Mercedes SL500 - what I drive now; love it after fifteen years of driving a mini-van.

1965, 1974, 1989, 1999, 2004
9/2/2013 8:15 PM
1.  1973 Ford Pinto Station Wagon
2.  1981 Datsun B-210 Station Wagon 
3.  1991 Mazda 323 sedan 
4.  2002 Mazda protege 5 hatchback      
5.  2011 Mazda 3 Hatchback

Geeze.  I hope I'm not as boring as my cars.


9/2/2013 8:34 PM
Welcome pinotfan & celticus! ... I remember the Maverick - one of the first cars to feature a plastic grille.

5 spots left

9/2/2013 9:43 PM
My list of cars is not too exciting:

1967 Green Dodge Dart - handed down by my mom.  Lasted until the guys who gave it a complete tune-up ... uh ... forgot to add oil.  The engine froze on the Garden State Parkway as I was driving home for Thanksgiving break.  Ended up getting $50 for it from the junk guys because I had just put new speakers in it.
 
1986 Chevy Chevette - this baby drove me through the Rocky mountains (well, not really; but I did use it in Boulder for 2 years).  The drove it cross country to georgia, where I kept it another 16 years.

1999 Mazda Protege - for my wife, to replace her Toyota Tercel.  Still going strong with 115K+ miles.

2000 Honda Accord - technically my mom's car, but, since she can't drive anymore, it's now sitting in our driveway (and only has 40K miles on it!).

2003 Mazda6 - Had to get a real car when my daughter was born, so I ditched the Chevette and got this, V6 stick version.  When I test drove it (remember, I had a CHEVETTE for 18 years), it felt like I was in a rocket.  Still going strong today, with more than 110K miles.

So, that's 1967, 1986, 1999, 2000, 2003.
9/2/2013 9:51 PM
Welcome SophieGiants! ... those Dart/Valiants were great cars.  The slant-6 engines could go forever (provided they had enough oil).

4 spots left

9/4/2013 3:08 AM
Count me in!

1974 Ford Mustang II - Powder Blue, 4 speed manual.  $400 in 1985, lasted until sometime in 1987.   More bondo then metal... I sure beat the hell out of that car, but it was fairly reliable (more then half the time ;)

1982 Datsun B210, Metallic Silver, 5 speed manual.   $2400 in 1987.   Fitted/attached 2 kick-*** speakers from my home stereo system into the hatch, blasted that sucker out!     Got in a few bang-ups, and again drove it into the ground, sold it for $500 in 1990 when I graduated from college.

1985 Plymouth Turismo, Red, Automatic.   $2500 in 1990, was still running well when I sold it for $2000 in 1992.     

1992 Saturn sedan - Red, 5 speed Manual.   My first brand new car, ~ 12-13K.   Always very reliable, sold it for $1500 in 2000 with 116K on it.
 
Not sure if i'm using my 2000 Passat or my wife's 2003 Honda Pilot.

2000 Volkswagon Passat , 6 cyl , tiptronic all-wheel drive, Black-  Only 90K , and still hanging in there.

or 

2003 Honda Pilot - Silver, Automatic.    Traded in in 2011 for 4500, with 120 K.



9/4/2013 10:20 AM
Great idea!
1968 VW 3-speed automatic! First car
1972 Pontiac Sprint - essentially a Chevy nova with a Pontiac front-end
1978 Datsun B2100 hatchback in grad school in Birmingham AL with NO AC!
1982 Toyota Celica 2-dr hatchback - first car after college but before kids
1988 Chevy Astro van to haul the kids!
9/4/2013 10:36 AM
Welcome ddodge02 & specsman! ... league# is on the way

2 spots left!
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