93 hatchback mustang 4 banger auto
98 V6 mustang 5 speed
and the one I miss most :-( Yes, she's a real 99 automatic trans am firehawk.
Also had a v6 auto camaro at one point that I had looking pretty nice, and a 93 4x4 blazer.
Let me see if I can remember them all.
55 Chevy 4dr
60 Corvair 4dr
62 Ford Galaxy 500XL
61 Chevy Bubble top
59 Nash Metro
68 Buick GS400
63 Corvair Panel van
65 VW Beetle
64 VW beetle
67 Pontiac Lemans
59 Ford Country Wagon
73 AMC Gremlin
79 Chevy Malibu
79 Cadillac Seville
85 Cadillac Sedan Deville
64 Corvair Monza
65 Corvair Corsa
89 Buick Park ave
62 Chevy Impala
06 Buick Teraza
66 Chevy 1/2 ton
85 Chevy 1/2 ton
98 GMC 1/2ton
6 65 Corvairs that I parted out
68 Cadillac Sedan Deville rag top
67 Camaro RS
74 Chevy LUV
70 Pontiac Ventura
72 Olds Cutlass wagon
There may be 1 or 2 I've missed. Also had 4 Motorcycles
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2014 Subaru WRX STi, just turned over 3000 miles.
Lets's see (including the Fieros since there weren't that many.)
Pretty much in reverse order...
'10 Pontiac G6
'05 Chevy Silverado 1500 Crew
'97 Mazda Miata (Technically it's my wife's but I drive it as much as she does.)
'88 Fiero Formula fastback
'04 Chevy Trailblazer
'09 Dodge Challenger R/T
'88 Fiero 3.4 coupe
'01 GMC Sonoma 4.3
'88 Fiero Formula T-top
'93 GMC Sonoma 4.3
'88 Pontiac Firebird Formula
'85 Fiero GT
'74 MG Midget
'76 Chevy Monza 2+2 (350 4 speed)
'83 Chevy S10
'78 Dodge D150 pickup
'68 Chevy Nova
'77 Olds Starfire SX
'75 Chevy Monza 2+2
'71 Plymouth Barracuda
'73 Plymouth Barracuda
'68 Ford Fairlane
Mine looked exactly like this including trim and color, except that I had deep dish chrome steelies on it.
'65 Plymouth Valiant
Bikes (all sold)
'77 Kawasaki KZ400
'78 Triumph Bonneville 750
'84 Honda V65 Sabre (VF1100F)
Objects of automotive lust. ("want" list)
Cadillac CTS coupe (Maybe a "V" if they get cheap enough.)
Whatever downsized thing that Dodge comes up with to replace the Challenger (if they don't screw it up or make it ugly)
Subaru BRZ or Scion FR-S
Maybe an old S10 or Sonoma to do an LS swap
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1995 Volvo 850 turbo wagon with 303 whp
Really old picute, just after the FMIC installed, before I repainted the front bumper. Don't think I have any newer ones
Replaced it with a 2003 Mini Cooper S tuned to 201 whp, day I got the car
Replaced that with a debadged 2013 Mini Cooper S John Cooper Works, day I got the car, some mods are planned, plus it has a warranty
Hmmmm....if I can remember what I owned from the start...from start to finish:
89 Dodge Caravan
85 Fiero 2M4
91 Geo Storm GSI
87 Toyota Supra Turbo
93 RX7 Twin Turbo
91 RX7 Base
88 RX7 Anniversary Edition Turbo
97 F-150 Flareside 4x4
99 Mustang GT
96 Acura Integra
90 Nissan 300zx
05 Acura MDX
Still in the stable:
99 F-150 Lightning
09 Acura MDX
86 Fiero GT
A few bikes (all sold, due to having a family):
89 Yamaha FZR600
00 Honda CBR 600 F4i
01 Honda CBR 600 F4i
The next car, assuming I consolidate just a bit and if I can pass it by the fiance':
96/97 Dodge Viper GTS (blue and white) or any 96-01 Acura NSX. Always dreamed of those cars from the day they came out.
If those don't pass, it will be a 4 door Cadillac CTS-V, (assuming she never sees the MPG)
Maybe 10 years from now....current or next gen Nissan GTR. That can still carry the kids
Better keep my job!
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Cars I've had (most of them):
69 Cuda 340S fastback got it new! My first new car. -Was fast, fun and raced for it for maybe 8 years.
65 Corvair 4 spd 4 carbed corsa or monza?. -Handled like a *^%$%v snake on crack, but it was fun.
77 Plym Arrow 2.6 -would have a lot more fun if it had a stick..
73 Dodge Charger.- looked fast but only had a 318 - sun roof slid full open in a snowstorm and jammed!
77 Fiat 124 Spider, lots of fun until the rust won. Anyone looking for fresh 1,800 engine?
Cars I still have:
86 Fiero GT- 10 lbs of boost with intercooler, forged pistons and lots of other mods, thinking about selling it soon.
87 Fiero GT - All-out, highly modified NA 2.8.
99 Chry Cirrus, DD. ho homm
76 Honda 350
85 Honda 750
Still have -
85 Yamaha Maxim XJ 700. 10k org miles, selling it, bad back,
62 Chevy Impala 4-door, 283 v8, automatic
71 Plymouth Satellite 318 v8 automatic
71 Plymouth Satellite Sebring 318 v8 automatic
66 Ford Mustang 289 v8 4-speed manual
77 I.H. Scout SSII 4x4, 304 v8
68 VW Baja Bug, 1835cc
82 Subaru GL5 Hatchback
89 Pontiac Grand Am
01 Dodge Dakota 4-door (still have)
05 Ford Ranger (still have)
06 Lincoln Town Car (my current daily driver)
Plus a couple of mini-vans that my parents gave me when they got something else.
I think that's all.
OK, let's see.......roughly in the order I acquired them:
1966 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S
1976 VW Scirocco
1973 VW 412
1966 Porsche 911
1984 Fiero SE
Another 1984 Fiero SE
1984 Audi 5000
1992 Nissan Maxima
1988 Fiero GT (still own)
2001 Chrysler 300M (still own)
1985 Porsche 944
1987 Porsche 944S (Father owns now)
1987 Corvette (still own)
1988 Porsche 928 S4 (still own)
1988 Suzuki Samurai Tin Top (2000)
1987 Honda CRX si (2001)
1986 Pontiac Fiero GT (2001-Present)
196X VW Baja Bug (2002-2004)
2003 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab (2007-2012)
2003 Chevy Malibu (2008-2010, married into)
2007 Honda Accord (2012-Present)
2004 Toyota 4Runner (2013-Present)
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Ranked by model year:
2013 Dodge Charger. Not my usual small car, but I love it.
2013 Subaru Outback. For hauling the toys and being the family hauler. (My wife's). The 6 cylinder boxer has tons of power, and for a Crossover I can fling this around curves better than some sporty cars I have driven. Very good balance and dynamics, especially considering it is a crossover.
2009 Volvo C30. This car was just terrific. Too bad everyone else used it as a bumper car.
2008 Honda Accord (technically my wife's car). This was the biggest POS I have ever had the displeasure of owning.
2007 WRX. This car was also terrific fun. A little on the cheap side inside, and with rather thin body panels, but amazing to drive.
2002 Jeep Wrangler Sahara (shown) and an '03 Sport.
1997 Ford Probe. This car drove very nice, but was an utter lemon.
1991 Ford Probe GL Fond memories as I bought this car as a senior in high school
1981 Ford Fairmont, my first car.
(I have also had three Fieros. 88 Formula, 88 Formula TTop, 85 SE 2m6.)
Pics or it never happened
My 77 Scout SSII at an autocross in Tulsa:
71 Satellite Sebring:
68 VW Baja Bug:
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In order of how much I love them...
1998 Jeep Wrangler Sahara, "Stella the Jeep"
Absolutely fantastic ride. Most fun I've ever had in a vehicle, ever. Jeeps are one of the most polarizing things you will ever drive. Either you love them, or you can't stand them. Every day I don't drive this old jeep, I feel a tiny bit more sad. Alas, but eventually she started to fall apart, and at the time I didn't have the mechanical skills to keep her running. Oh how I regret selling her.
1987 Pontiac Fiero GT, "Chrystina the Fiero"
Named after the most high-maintenance woman I've ever loved. Lots of fun to play with, but way too many problems to ever be reliable. Also daddy issues.
2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe (2.0T), name TBA
Just hit 2000 miles... ridiculously fun, but more importantly, the ride is smooth and the interior is comfortable. It's amazing how much improvement cars have over the ones from 8 years ago, like...
2005 Chevrolet Cobalt 2.2L, "Seraph the Slobalt"
She was a deceptive car. She went over 110,000 miles without any major mechanical issues. Until she started shutting off whenever I hit a hard bump. I really did like this car a lot until it decided it wanted to kill me at every opportunity. Alas GM, how the mighty have fallen.
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Let's see if I can remember them all.
85 Chrysler LeBaron. First car my parents got for me when I was in High-school. Looked like this one, same color and door count.
84 Nissan Kingcab 720 2wd. I purchased when I graduated High-school and returned the Chrylser to my parents. This one made it's way to California Accessories within days of purchase to be lowered and a boomin system followed shortly there after. It looked a lot like this one except tan in color and by the time I eventually sold it, much lower.
81 Volkswagen Rabbit. Like this but white.
82 Volkswagen Rabbit Pickup. Like this but yellow.
86 Ford Tempo. Like this but even uglier because it was a faded sky blue...
89 Ford Taurus. I don't recall the color ours was. It was a darker metallic but I forget if it was to the brown or red side. I do recall the dark red interior unfortunately.
82 Pontiac Trans Am with the 5spd and 305 V8. Like this one except Metallic Brown with Metallic Gold lower molding not on this car (I think the P.O. added that from a later model T/A). Oh and a big gold flaming chicken on the hood. I actually really enjoyed that car and kinda wish I still had it.
92 Saturn SL1. Looked like this one in a darker Metallic Gray (like that one might be but it looks blue to me). This was one of my favorite cars I've owned.
02 Plymouth Neon. First "bought new" car, and the last. It's color was "Salsa"!
95 Dodge Grand Caravan. I guess "Grand" meant it was about 12" longer...
85 Volkswagen Golf. Now we can get into some actual images. This was my Golf that I bought for $500 and then turned around and sold 5 years or so later for... $500. It didn't really take much in the way of maintenance and I loved that car.
96 Jeep Cherokee. This was a departure for me. First and last SUV I've owned. That's not to say I'll never have another SUV just I'm not planning to currently. It did what it did good. That was never an issue. The only "real" issue aside from a failed fuel pump was the chassis rot. Poor thing was getting 4"+ holes rusted out in the floorboard.
00 Pontiac Bonneville. This one made me a fan of the 3800 in NA trim. I've never driven a SC but with the reliability of the NA, I would not object to owning one. This car was soooooo comfortable and fun to drive. It was quick enough, I just wish it was smaller. For some reason my wife and I always end up back in a smaller 4 cylinder car. The VW Golf and Mazda Protege5 represent a bit over half our marriage time. Add in the Neon's... Still the TA, SL1 and this Bonneville were "larger" vehicles that I liked/like.
84 Pontiac Fiero. It was fun for sure!
95 Dodge Neon.
96 Dodge Neon.
The 95 was the driver. The 96 was bought with a bad engine but a nice interior and body so I could swap parts over to the 95 and fix it up.
02 Mazda Protege5. Current daily driver and no plans to replace it any time soon. I like it. A new "toy" car maybe, but this will stay the daily.
I think that's all of them...
Out of those, I wouldn't object to owning another of any of these again.
The Pontiac Trans Am.
The Saturn SL1.
The VW Golf.
The Pontiac Bonneville.
The Dodge Neon.
The Mazda Protege5.
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Model A 2 dr sedan bought at age 15 and put a Olds in it, this was 1958
Traded the model A for a 27 T bucket with a early Cad and La Sal stick trans.
49 Olds convertible, put a 56 engine in it, the engine ran real good.
Wrecked the Olds, put the engine in a Henery J, this car was fast, wouldn't be today but was back then.
There was a TriumpeTR-3 in there somewhere
65 Falcon Ranchero 289 auto.
67 Chevy pickup bought new 327 auto would only do 85 flat out.
67 Ranchero 390 this car would be called a muscle car today.
72 Datsun pickup bought new and grew to hate the gutless pile of crap.
During the period of the above 4 pickups I was real active in desert Hare and Hound motorcycle racing
Another 65 Ranchero the others were pretty new, its now where this one is old.
1st V8 Vega 327 was fast but didn't keep long
240 Z with a 350 fast good car, nice to drive,got rear ended broke my heart.
74 Luv pickup with a 350
Vega with a 283
Vega station wagon with a 350
71 Vega with a 350 later a 408, I had this car 12 years and drove it daily, my fastest car. The 408 was a near drag race engine.
87 GT 5 speed wrecked about a half year ago, drove regularly, nice car.
87 Prelude Si 5 spd. still own.
88 CRX Si 5 spd. still own.
95 del Sol with the rare DOHC VTEC 8,200 redline, I'm old and don't rev it that high but this car is nice and fun to drive. still own
The above 3 Hondas have been restored but are drivers, not show quality.
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I usually look after my cars, but once body RUST hits, you have to move on.
NOT a problem since I got the Fiero. So I don't have as varied list as some
1966 Valiant Barracuda Formula S 4-speed - first car - 1972 (a whole 15 miles per gallon!!)
1972 Austin Marina GT - only NEW car I ever bought
1969 Chevy Camaro RS - 327 automatic
1972 Plymouth Duster - 340 automatic
1974 Pontiac LeMans Sport Coupe - 350 automatic
1979 Chev Monza Spyder - swapped 350, 4-speed
1987 Fiero GT (daily driver until 2001)
1984 Fiero Indy SD4 (purchased 2006)
Daily Drivers since 2001 have been Plymouth/Dodge mini-vans (2006 Grand Caravan at present)
Good in snow, handy when you have more than 1 passenger and great for camping.
1973 Z28- had since 1977
1971 W30 cutlass convertible- dad bought new
1993 Formula firehawk- wifes car
1987 Fiero 3800SC
ALL still in my garage.
Like tebaily, I've literally had at least 100 cars, the only one I never should have sold was my 1960 Corvette (327/365 HP 4 sp w/ 5.13 gears !)
List is too long over the years...hit the highlights
1st car (Literally): 64 1/2 Mustang GT 3-Speed Hurst / 289 Hi-Pro from factory Wimbledon White (CODE:M) exterior / palomino interior with embroidered running ponies and rally pack (clock & tack) on the column. crated the 289 and dropped in a 427CJ and NOS fogging...was a blast.
2nd note-worthy car: 1984 GT Mustang (20 year anniversary edition) GT 350...a lot of power in a little hatchback!
3rd note-worthy car: 91 240sx...did one of the 1st SR20 swaps many many moons ago...that was a blast
4th note-worthy car: 08 Infiniti G37s...just a fun car to drive....very responsive!
5th note-worthy car: 93 R1 RX7....never going to sell that car if I can help it....enough said!
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5th note-worthy car: 93 R1 RX7....never going to sell that car if I can help it....enough said!
Those cars are rare and expensive.
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This may tax my brain.....not necessairly in correct order
69 El Camino SS bought it from my father
73 Vega GT Kammback. purchased stock swapped in an Aluminum Buick 215 V8 mated to a Saginaw 4 speed with Saginaw electric overdrive.
73 Pontiac Grand Am 7.4 Litre (455) Coupe. (bought it from my father and would love to find another one)
75 Chevy Monza 2+2 262 V8, 4-speed, F-41 swapped intake to a 4bbl with quadrajet, and installed a better exhaust system. Big difference.
75 Trans Am Buccaneer Red bought from my brother, Swapped in Ram Air III 400 engine and Switch Pitch Turbo 400. Woo Hoo!
80 Turbo Indy Pace Car Trans Am bought from my brother, bone stock
71 Trans Am 4-speed beat to hell, but ran great.
83 6000 STE bought it from my father, drove it stock
68 GTO convertible Triple Black, loaded, sold it like a dummy for what I though was a lot of money
69 GTO Coupe, Ram Air III auto with A/C, same as above.
72 455-HO Trans Am Lucerne Blue "The Blue Meanie" matching numbers car (owned it since 1981)
69 GTO Convertible 428 HO, Switch Pitch Turbo 400, factory A/C power everything, Hideways, still have it.
Pause for married life......
87 Trans Am GTA Tuned Port 5-speed manual. Ordered new, Owned it 11 years, sold with 11,000 actual miles. Wife called it the "Museum Piece"
83 Ford Tempo, wife's first, and last Ford
85 Toyota Camry LE wifes car, boxy, slow, but much better than Tempo
94 Honda Accord EX pretty nice car
83 S-10 "Tahoe" Extended Cab 4X4 5-speed (swapped in an injected 4.3 V6) Ran great
94 Infinity Q45 Big fast sedan Glad I bought the extended warranty.
98 Infinity Q45 Big fast sedan II (See above) These cars are expensive to service but great road cars
99 Corvette Coupe, wifes first toy, she still has it.
00 Honda CRV SE AWD, grandkids hauler, still have it
02 S-10 Crew Cab 4X4 stock driver
03 Honda Accord EX (total lemon, worse than the Tempo, Honda had to buy it back)
04 Colorado Z71 Crew Cab stock driver
04 Mallibu LT Sedan. wifes car, nice driver
06 Malibu SS Sedan White, 3.9 V6, much more fun than the previous LT
68 El Camino original 327 factory A/C, PS, PB, still have it.
08 Cadillac CTS Performance, wife's weekend, and trip car, only 20k miles (for sale in the mall right now)
Fiero's are following:
88 GT 5-speed white, gray cloth, performance sound,
88 GT 5-speed yellow, gray cloth, sunroof performance sound
88 Mera 8011 (built on GT chassis) 5-speed red, tan factory leather, sunroof, performance sound, still have it.
Wife's latest 2015 Mazda CX5 Grand Touring AWD. Pretty fun to drive for a small SUV. Got to get used to all the technolgy these new cars have........
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I love Mini Cooper's, and 200 HP on a little car like that is just stupid crazy. I love it!
I've never owned a noteworthy car other than my 04 Ram Hemi, and the Fiero. Everything else has been boring family mobiles or econo, get to work, transportation. My noteworthy car years are ahead of me as soon as I get rid of all these kids. They are not leaving as fast as I would like though.
I happened to see this thread, so thought I would post my list. Some cars may be less familiar to Stateside forum readers. In chronological order, they are
Bedford van - former Post Office mail delivery vehicle, bought when I was a penniless student
Hillman Avenger GLS - not many of them left now, even in UK
Peugeot 504 saloon - I owned two in succession. Tough, comfortable French cars
Honda Accord hatchback - smooth engine, poor paintwork, prone to rust
Reliant Scimitar GTE - great car to drive, my first plastic (well, fibreglass) bodied car. Still regret selling it.
Range Rover - goes anywhere, but with a huge thirst for fuel
Peugeot 505 saloon - another fine French car
Dodge Intrepid - my first American car. Interesting and stylish, great airconditioning
And the more recent and current vehicles
1983 Matra Murena - similar configuration to the Fiero but (I think) more stylish - 2.2 mid engine, fibreglass body, drives like a dream
1990 Mercedes Benz 560 SEC - brilliant engineering, phenomenal performance, great long-distance cruiser.... and very fast
1993 Jeep Cherokee - old faithful, has been halfway across the world, copes with deserts, mountains, snow and rocks, and keeps going. That's a roof tent on top
The most recent acquisition is a Lexus IS300 Sportcross - no pics yet, but it's solid, stylish and practical, great for daily driving.
Finally two others worth a mention
mid-1970s Pontiac Firebird - nearly killed me. Good in a straight line, rubbish roadholding, slides round corners like melting ice-cream on a stove.
mid-2000s Toyota Land Cruiser - saved my life. Off-roading and exploring in the deserts of the Middle East, no other vehicle could have got me through and out of those dunes.
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Can't understand why the image links in my post are not working. I used the "image" button when composing my post, and PFFCode is apparently on, and the pics are on the internet (on the Snapfish site, which is like photobucket) so the links should work....
What am I doing wrong?
EDIT: problem solved. It was a matter of copying the correct link for the image - I had to get "under the hood" of the website.
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Currently in the stable....
1989 Cavalier Z-24 First car, still have it, lots of fun! Still makes me feel like a teenager when I get it out!
1986 Fiero GT 39,xxx miles, 2nd fiero I have owned.
1999 Trans Am Never knew destroying tires could be so much fun!
2004 Aviator Wife's ride, AWD V8
1977 F-150 Latest toy, 4x4 Automatic Factory Air
Don't have pics of my bike, 94 Yamaha Seca 600
Im bored, so....
In order of ownership...
'89 S10 p/u 4.3
'91 S10 p/u 2.8
'86 Sunbird Turbo GT
'90 S10 p/u 4.3
'92 S10 p/u 2.8
'83 Regal T Type LC2 swap
'85 S10 blazer 2dr, 3.4
'87 Mustang GT
'97 Ram SS/T
'86 Fiero SE 2m6
'13 Dart Rallye
'86 Grand National
I had a 89 Cavalier Z-24 and a 87 GT both at the same time, both 5 speed's. Its impossible to tell by seat of the pants as their considerably different cars even if the engines and trans are essentially the same. But I think the Z-34 may have been a little faster, it was a little lighter. The Z-24 had almost 200,000 miles on it and ran real good. I've never compared road test 1/4 mile times but I bet it would beat most 3rd gen Camero's. I did put new spark plugs, wires, fuel filter, and air filter when I got it. It was completely reliable but failed smog once due to a leaky exhaust pipe to manifold connection.
Both of mine are automatics, and I would say the fiero is a little quicker, but it has a fresh rebuild on the motor. The Z has 180,000 (hard) miles and extra weight from the stereo to drag around.
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Despite my advanced age(76), I have had very few cars over my lifetime especially when compared to others here. I like cars but I always seemed to hang onto my cars until they became maintenance hogs and then I'd sell. this list is in order of when I bought them(and I think you'll like the second one--I did)
1946 Ford V8 "Business Coupe (no back seat) I paid $150 or it--my first car
1957 Corvette with 283 engine and 270hp (wrecked and sold for parts in 1959 or early 1960)
1949 Chevy coupe
1950 Chevy 4dr
1955 Olds--a very good car in my estimation
1964 Chevy Bel Air
1968 Chevelle (my first new car)
1967 Datsun Ex wife's car
1971 Mercury Comet (second new car) Ex wife's car
1964 Mustang My car after divorce
1967 Pontiac Tempest inline 6
1970 Sabaru (bought in Okinawa from a wrecking yard)
1971 Dodge pickup
1964 Chevy Bel Air (bought back from my Mom)
1985 Opel sedan--not exported to the US. Used in Germany while employed there
1982 German Ford for my wife to use in Germany
1993 Olds Cutlass Ciera
1953 Chevy pickup for me to drive
1988 Buick Le Sabre for me
2003 Chevy TrailBlazer for wife
1984 Fiero with 3800SC for me (still for sale $2000)
2008 Pontiac Grand Prix for me
1989 Chevy 1500 pickup
After looking at the list, I suppose I have had more than I thought but I spent nearly 18 years overseas in the Army and nearly nine years in Germany after the Army so I still have far to go to catch up with some folks here.
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What the hay I'll join in as well, although my previous cars are not as interesting or expensive.
First vehicle. 1981 Ford courier 4 cyl 5 sp.
1983 Ford ranger 4 cyl 5 sp.
1980 Chevy c10 with olds 360 police interceptor auto
1982 dodge Aries k car 4cyl auto
1987 fiero se 4cyl 5sp
1985 Chrysler lebaron 4cup auto
1989 Honda prelude 4 cyl 5sp
1988 Honda crx Jr Frankenstein b18 bottom b16 top 99civic si trans 5sp regeared
1992 Acura integra b18 ls 5sp trans
1980 c10 with 99 vortec 350
1999 Chevy cavalier 4cyl auto
1973 Chevrolet nova built small block
1986 fiero se 3800 s2 auto
1995 dodge 1500 with hd 360 converted to carburated 518 transmission
1971 citroen ds 21 wagon.
1976 Chevy c10 built sb 4x4 13 inch lift on 40" tires
1986 Chevy c20 diesel auto
And for the bikes
1998 Suzuki savage 650
1981 Honda cb 750
1978 Kawasaki kz 1000
1976 harley Davidson xlh 1000. Not stock.
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- 1959 Chevy Bel Air
- 1973 Chevy C-10 P/U
- 1974 Chevy C-20 P/U
- 1982 Chevy Chevette (X2)
- 1982 Chevy C-10 P/U
- 1986 Chevy Mote Carlo SS
- 1987 Chevy Monte Carlo SS
- 1987 Buick Regal Turbo
- 1988 Pontiac Fiero
- 1990 Chevy Lumina APV
- 1994 Chevy S-10
- 1995 Chevy G-20 Conversion Van
- 2002 Chevy S-10 4x4
- 2004 Chevy Cavalier
- 2005 Chevy Monte Carlo
- 2007 Chevy Trail Blazer
- 2007 Chevy Silverado Z-71 4x4
- 2003 Harley Sportster
- 2006 Harley Wide Glide
- 2008 Harley Softail Custom
Most of them all together, some are possible Shipman show attendees. The '85 Jetta (not the '91 Jetta) is hard to see.
Cars by FordTorino73, on Flickr
One of these days this thing's gonna be at the Shipman show.
TR6 After 4th of July Drive by FordTorino73, on Flickr
1994 Mark VIII:
1994 Mark VIII by FordTorino73, on Flickr
1980 G30 Hi-Cube, the first cube van:
1980 G30 Hi-Cube by FordTorino73, on Flickr
1973 Gran Torino station wagon along with the 1986 Cutlass Supreme in the background:
1973 Gran Torino Wagon by FordTorino73, on Flickr
1981 Cutlass Calais, the 231 isn't leaving anytime soon
1981 Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais by FordTorino73, on Flickr
1970 Caprice, 1990 Trofeo:
1970 Caprice, 1990 Trofeo by FordTorino73, on Flickr
1972 Chevy Malibu - Newark, Delaware 1970s by FordTorino73, on Flickr
Previously owned cars that we have pictures of: https://www.flickr.com/phot...s/72157637314097383/
We also have a 2006 Honda Odyssey, a 2012 Malibu 1LT, a 2012 Cruze 1LT, a 2008 Malibu Maxx, and a 1996 Jeep ZJ.
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This is missing five or six cars... but it's pretty complete!
Missing stuff includes a '79 Cougar, '84 Saab 900T, '82 Alfa GTV6, '87 Suburban, '92 Mazda Protege, an '84 325e, a grey '88 SPG, a '94 Benz E320 and a handful of cars that were bought exclusively to part out. Oh, and a motorhome I just bought. Heh.
Some cool stuff, I hope I see at least one in Frazee!
These are my best:
1969 camaro. (My first car)
1971 opel gt (rusted floor pan and warped carb so sold it)
1982 Honda Accord LX
1985 fiero SE 2m6 (3/24/85-10/6/91) bought new
1985 Fiero SE (6/00 to 6/14)
2002 firebird (bought new 9/16/02) sold in 2007
2007 Nissan Murano SL AWD (8/16/07)
1987 GT (bought 3/30/13)
2015 Nissan Juke S AWD (7/1/15)
Other cars I had: 74 Firebird, 79 Camaro, 91 Honda CRX DX, 93 Saturn SC2.
Favorite car ever? Sunset Red 2007 Murano SL
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1974 AMC Hornet - 1st car owned, traded in on next car.
1979 Mercury Capri - RS - First car I bought. - Sold in 1989.
1985 Ford Contour - Bought new, was very dependable, was my daily driver for 17 years. Sold.
1982 VW Jetta Diesel - Bought used, daily driver, drove it for 225K miles, sold for more than I bought it.
1978 VW Rabbit Diesel Bought used, drove it for 200K miles, Blew timing belt, junked.
1978 Ford Fairmont - Bought used, fixed up for nephew.
1964 Corvair convertible, Bought fully restored, kepted garaged, sold to a Ponitac dealer when I bought 87 GT.
1999 Jeep Cherokee - bought used, kepted a few years, traded on 02 Suburban.
2002 Chevy Suburban - bought used, Hurrican Charley totaled it.
2004 Chevy Suburban LS - Bought used in 2004, - still own.
1984 Fiero Sport - bought new, traded for 85.
1985 Fiero SE - bought new, traded for 87.
1987 Fiero GT ( CoolBlue87GT ) - still own w/ 1700 miles.
1987 Fiero Coupe Bought used, daily driver for a few years, sold to jimmyS
1988 Fiero Formula ( RedHott88 ) - bought from coneshark, still own.
1988 Fiero Formula - TDI ( On right side ) - bought from BMWguru , daily driver, still own.
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I think this is it
1962 Studebaker Champ (pickup)
1966 International Scout
1967 Pontiac Firebird
2 motorcycles including a 1984 V45 Magna
1968 VW Squareback that ran with 2 others that didn't, a Ghia conv. and 3 bugs
1987 VW Fox
1972 Chevy C-10
1984 Jeep Cherokee
1972 Ford LTD
1983 Ford Escort
1980 Ford Pickup
80s Olds Calais
1988 Cadillac Deville
1984 Pontiac Fiero
1990s Chevy S-10
2 parts Fieros
2 other parts Fieros
1990s Chevy S-10
1988 Jeep Cherokee
2006 Saab 9-3 conv
1974 Honda Goldwing
1970 Chevy C-10
2014 Kia Soul
Let's see if I can remember them all....
67 Mustang convertible, 289 3 speed manual. Was my dad's car, but he let me drive it whenever I wanted...it was my high school car.
70 Mach 1, 351 Cleveland automatic. My first car.
65 Mustang hardtop, K Code 289 Hipo 4 speed. Bought this car for $400.
69 Shelby GT 350. Had this car 1 week, got run off the Interstate and rolled it. Took a year to rebuild it, and about 6 months to sell it.
66 Volkswagen Beetle. Wife's car...cost all of $200.
67 Volkswagen Beetle. Flared fiberglass fenders with slotted aluminum wheels, custom blue paint.
70 Mustang Boss 302. Bought this car with a freshly rebuilt engine for $2200. Flew from Denver to Pennsylvania, bought the car, and drove it back to Colorado all in one weekend.
79 Pontiac Trans Am. WS6 suspension, 4 speed, but it only had a 301 V8. Still, it was surprising how well that little V8 pulled that car around. Sold it because I hardly ever drove it.
83 Toyota SR5 4X4 pickup. A replacement for the Trans Am. Nice truck, but buying it was a mistake.
76 Triumph TR7. The wife's car. A lot of fun, but a headache when it came to fixing it. Lots of gremlins.
67 Shelby GT 350. Bought it as a restoration project for my dad and I. Lost interest when my dad passed on, and it sat in my garage for 11 years until I sold it to buy a new boat.
Ford Fiesta. Don't remember the year...wife's car.
68 Ford Ranchero. Interesting vehicle, but this one was a real beater
84 Olds Firenza. The wife's car.
84 Mustang GT 302 4 speed. A fun car to drive, but the tires for the TRX suspension were a pain to find, and expensive when you did find them.
76 Chevy Silverado 4X4 pickup.
79 Ford Bronco II, Eddie Bauer trim package. I drove the wheels off of that truck.
94 Pontiac Grand Prix SE. Bought this one brand new...the wife's car again. After we bought the TSX, this became my daily driver. Put 226,000 miles on it, and owned it 21 years before I finally sold it.
86 Dodge Shelby Charger Turbo. A true tin can POS, but it ran hard with that 2.2 turbo 4 cylinder engine.
99 Ford F150 4X4 pickup, shortbox/stepside, Lariet trim package. A NICE truck. I should have kept it.
86 Fiero SE. V6 5 speed, my son's first car.
86 Fiero GT. V6 4 speed. MY car.
99 Mustang GT, 4.6 L automatic. Was my daily driver for several years, then sat in the garage while I drove the Grand Prix. Sold after 16 years of ownership.
2011 Acura TSX. Bought new...wife's car.
2010 Acura MDX Tech/Entertainment. My current daily driver. Bought this to replace the Grand Prix.
2007 Shelby GT Mustang. Not a GT350 or 500...those are built in totality by Ford. This one was shipped, brand new, to Shelby's facility in Vegas for modification. Fun toy.
I'm sure I've forgotten one or two, but that's the gist of it. I've also owned a few motorcycles, with an 82 Kawasaki LTD 1000 as my current ride, and have also owned a couple of boats.
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Blue 87 Notchie was my first car, purchased in 89. It is now a convertible with a Quad4 HO
Black 87 GT. Bad frame, parted out.
VW Bug. Junked.
Blue 87 GT with a 3.8 N/A. Very bent frame, currently a parts car.
Maroon 87 Notchie. Got the 3.8 moved to it. Currently down for repairs and to be chop-topped.
2003 Birkin S3 -- Replica of a 65 Lotus Super Se7en. 2.0 Ford with TBs, MS2, LSD. 1200lbs total weight.
1951 Willy's Jeepster 4WD
1966 VW bug chop-top with a 2180 (needs to be re-restored, will happen soon)
1968 VW bug ragtop (big cloth sunroof essentially) Just a shell.
Don't own a Ferrari but I do have a car built on a Fiero chassis. VW Rabbit Mk1 Cabriolet on Fiero chassis with L67 and HX40 turbo.
Then I have this genuine 1995 Ferrari F355 spider.
1984 Rabbit Mk1 powered by Honda D-series.
1992 Dodge Cummins Diesel D250. Wheelbase shortened 18 inches. Step side bed.
Ok! You bumped this page with some very nice cars ( The Ferrari I love) But what's up with the Mad Max Fiero? More Info please.
Check here: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/135093.html
OK, so I am officially jealous..................!!!
Yah, it is pretty cool. I do have a lot more money in than I am used to having tied up in a car. I won't disclose what I actually have in it, but let's just say it's less than a lot of people pay for a new pickup truck.
And, this car, like most of them (or just about any older car), does have issues. If you want to learn more about them and might think about owning one, you can find out quite a bit on Ferrarichat.com.
Ohhh, this game. Roll out the car ADD list...
85 Datsun pickup (I miss that truck!)
91 Dodge Dynasty
84 BMW 318i
89 BMW 325i
76 BMW 2002
92 VW GTi (sadly 8v)
84 Datsun 4x4
85 MR2 (that never ran)
90 Range Rover (still have it)
2001 BMW 540i M sport (awful car that should have been good, the only car on this list I financed)
93 BMW 325i convertible (still have it)
87 Dodge Raider (badge engineered Montero)
92 BMW 525i wagon with a dealership installed 5 speed stick (still have it)
I think that's the list. BMWs are a recurrent theme because they're fun to drive and easy to wrench on, except for that awful 540i
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Not listing my Fieros as I've had a LOT. But non-Fiero:
1984 F150 supercab long bed
1979 GMC Sierra reg cab shorted 4x4 8inch lift
1991 Grand Am 4dr
1978 GMC Sierra reg cab long bed
1979 Chevy k1500 reg cab shorted 454 4spd 4x4 12inch lift
1989 S10 reg cab shortbed 4x4 350 6inch lift
1979 F350 crew cab shortbed 460 stroker 4spd 4x4 12inch lift
1984 Celica Supra GT digital dash 4spd dual turbo +75 shot
1996 F150 supercab Eddie Bauer 351 4x4
1974 Cadillac El Dorado 500ci
1985 Firebird Trans Am 305 top ws6 suspension
1996 Sonoma excab 4.3L vinX 5spd vortec supercharger +100shot
1977 F150 supercab long bed
1998 Ram 1500 reg cab shorted
1994 Mazda Protege
1999 Mazda Protege
2000 Dodge Grand Caravan
1995 F150 XL reg cab long bed
1978 Firebird Formula Hurst Hatch
2008 F150 supercrew
1995 Pathfinder 3.0l 5spd
2004 Olds Alero
2005 Mazda Tribute
2005 Saturn Ion Redline
2008 F150 supercab shorted
2005 GTO LS2 M6
1979 F150 Ranger reg cab long bed
1978 F150 reg cab long bed
The 86 GT I just bought is the 3rd I currently own, but it makes the 43rd I have owned to date.
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Short list for me compared to some of you, but in order of acquisition:
1976 Chevy Monte Carlo. 350, white with dark red vinyl interior and no AC. Dark vinyl: Such fun on hot Michigan summer days.
1976 Chevy Monte Carlo 400, 4bbl. Silver with blue/silver cloth interior. Ah, cloth. And AIR CONDITIONING.
***both of these had the front bench seats. Always wished one had the swivel buckets- such a novel thing. ***
1987 Fiero GT. Blue. Currently has a 3.4 and is about 90% restored. Bought when I graduated from college in 1991.
1986 Jeep CJ-7. Dark gray, straight 6, 4 speed manual. Paid $4900 for it in 1992 and had put over $6000 into it when we sold it in the late 90s or early 2000s. Fun car to drive around with the top and doors off...on the ten days a year when it's warm enough to do that in Seattle.
1995 Toyota 4Runner. V6, five speed. Bought used in 1999 or so. Great car. Sold to a friend.
1999 Toyota Sienna. Light metallic green, V6. Still own but will be selling soon. Was wifey's daily driver.
2005 Toyota 4Runner. V6, auto. Dark blue. Still own; my daily driver. Also a great car.
2008 Saturn Sky Redline. Red on red/black leather. Fun car. Sunny day car only; rarely have the top up. 290HP/340TQ. Has about 23,000 miles now.
1959 Austin Healey Sprite (Mark 1 "Bugeye"). Wifey's fun car. British racing green on doeskin interior. Upgraded 1275cc engine with Datsun five speed (both are very common upgrades to the Mark 1). Front disk brakes. Such a fun, FUN car to drive around.
2016 Subaru Outback. Wifey's daily driver.
So yes, at the moment we have six cars here, with one essentially for sale. Here are the fun/sporty ones:
From what you've posted, you seem to do some pretty wild conversions and such. I have an idea I've been kicking around and I'm curious if you think it's doable/worth contemplation or possible pursuit.
I was REALLY into minitrucks back in the day. Had my 84 Nissan Kingcab slammed with air shocks, loud stereo and several body mods. Well, I have been looking for a older Bullet Side Datsun 620 (prefer kingcab because of how I like to sit) in restoreable shape. I recall seeing I think it was a Toyota where the owner had taken the FWD engine and trans from a Ford Taurus SHO and installed it in the bed area of the truck. I had also box notched my truck, so I got to thinking with an actual frame rather than a unibody, modifications like that would be easier. That made me start looking at sports car chassis.
Mostly, body on frame rather than unibody. Some are kind of psuedo frame/unibody.
I also remember reading about a kit car a highschool auto shop class in Pittsburgh, I think it was, built as a hybrid project. The used the K1 Attack kit for use with the Honda Accord. The car itself is kind of neat looking but the front suspension was a departure from what is so common. That caught my eye.
So, what I have been thinking on is a minitruck project. I don't want it to be the 1/2" off the ground with out air in the shocks like I had way back when. I don't want it to be the terrible handling that I had way back when. But I do want it to be stylishly low and handle well. My idea was that with a frame I could move the engine to mid configuration like in that truck I saw so many years ago in the magazine. I know it's a popular engine as far as Fiero's go, but the 3800 has a lot of appeal to me for it's power and durability along with fuel consumption. This would of course require a redesign of the rear suspension to go along with the FWD trans being used back there. That would free up the front engine bay which could be redesigned for better suspension up there along the lines of the K1 Attack, but lower profile so it's not sticking up out of the hood. Essentially, I want to upgrade the suspension to something much better while making the truck mid engined. I would probably do a body drop as well to retain suspension travel while still having that low appearance. I don't want to do air bags.
Anyways, considering the projects you've worked on, do you think that's workable? I do know how to weld, worked in a machine shop for about 10 years, have been wrenching on cars since I was 17 including about 10 engine or transmission swaps and have torn down and repaired tractors quite a bit as well.
Oh, this is the frame from a 620 (a little modified with what looks to be a V6 on it) and also a picture of a 620.
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Now that ^ ^ ^ is freakin' cool!
Oh, definitely do it! I love old Datsun pickups, that would be incredible.
My project idea that's never likely to happen is to get a 521 or 620 short bed and build what's essentially a Japanese model A pickup build. Motorcylce fenders over the front wheels, a deuce coupe radiator, high chrome L16-20 with a pair of sidedrafts, and a cherrywood bed. Of course it would be awful tempting to lengthen the front and stick a L28 out there with a trio of sidedrafts.
1991 Toyota Previa minivan
1991 Geo Metro LSi convertible
1992 Geo Metro XFi
2008 Chevy Aveo SV
As of now I have both my '86 Fiero GT and the Geo Metro XFi.
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Yeah, I like the Datsun trucks the most. Another option I considered was a 1st gen. Chevy Luv. My father had a Luv when I was a teen and I had been considering buying it from him to lower and all but I wanted a kingcab so I had room for woofers and ended up with a 84 Nissan/Datsun 720 (transition year model). Probably a good thing in retrospect thinking about the rear suspension on the Luv. Moving the axle from below to above the leaf springs would have lowered it in the rear about 3" without the use of blocks but that would have left just about no suspension travel so it would have needed notched right off. At least with the 720 I was able to use 3" blocks that lasted me 5 years or so before I wanted to go lower and did the notch along with pulling leafs and adding air shocks all around. I've tried to think of another truck in case I just can't find a Datsun 620 in decent shape (I know I have little chance of finding a rust free one). The Luv is one possible but it's also a common truck for doing a V8 swap into so finding one isn't all that easy either. The other hard to find but high on the list that would work is the 1st gen, Dodge D50/Ram 50 or Plymouth Arrowhead. I would prefer the Datsun but could live with the Dodge.
1988 Fiero coupe
1992 LeBaron GTC convertible
2004 Frontier 4x4
1986 Fiero (soon)
Current stable is the 2014 Altima, 2013 Soul and the 1986 Fiero I'll be picking up in a few hours.
Relatively long list for a 32 year old.
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In order of ownership:
1. 1994 Ford Taurus SHO (Sold)
2. 1988 Pontiac Fiero Formula
3. 1998 Ford Taurus GL (Traded to have Fiero painted)
4. Technically 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee (Scrapped)
5. 1989 Toyota MR2 base
The story with the Jeep goes so, I bought the Jeep from a close friend who didn't know much of cars. It had some problem with a loud lifter, something I read was common with the 4.0l Jeep engine so I went ahead and bought it for $450. I drove about a block away from his house and the engine seized up. Being a close friend he gave me my money back and I believe they scrapped it. Technically I owned it as we had signed over the title and everything. I was lucky I knew him otherwise I'd have been screwed. Although I think at that price I could've parted it out and made my money back.
The '98 Taurus I bought for $400 then traded to a guy for a garage paint job on my Fiero. Not the best but worth what I essentially paid.
By far my favourite is the Fiero, but there are still days I long for my SHO.
I think it's funny, at age 18 I've owned more cars than my dad has owned in his entire life! My direct family never had the car bug like I do. Something I got from my uncles and even my grandfathers. My dad has owned a Corolla, Grand Marquis, and now a Traverse
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I have a lot of fond memories of my '89 SHO. I had a first-month production car without a rev limiter and a total base model with no leather or sunroof or anything. It was light and could hit 70mph in 2nd without breaking a sweat. It was *really* fast if you could get the crappy transmission to play nice - talk about long throws! My favorite memory was taking a couple friends out to a late dinner when an early '90s Celica pulled up the light next to me - little impromptu street race between a 4-door family hauler and a Japanese sports car. Not even an issue, the SHO left it in the dust. Next light, same thing, even worse. With two car lengths between us a third car passed the Celica in my wake, and next light a 3rd gen Camaro was sitting next to us. My two friends were dying - we're three up in a Ford Taurus and an F-body wants a try! Light went green, a little smoke from the right front wheel and the Camaro was in the rear view a few moments later. We had to pull over I was laughing so hard at that point. That car was unstoppable in the early '90s. But, by the mid '90s cars were getting a lot more power - Nissan has the 230hp VQ motors, BMW had the 300hp M62s, and pony cars got real V8s again - and the SHO didn't seem quite the powerhouse it originally had. Too bad the next generation cars were such a disappointment!
Is that color Neon a standard color for that year? I've seen one that looks just like that one at a dealership where I live. I think the wheels look very similar as well. I'll have to go to that dealership and take a pic to see for sure.
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In short, No.
Long answer, I had about 1/2 a gallon of a yellow left from another job, about a quart of a red and a little white. I just mixed the yellow and red and then added a little bit of white at a time until I felt it was muted enough. I kept telling my wife I was going to paint one of our cars orange someday and the Neon was the recipient. Overall, I liked it .
I have seen other Neons with a similar orange color though so I believe they did make them in a orange like that. At the time they made Neons in a variety of muted colors. They had a muted blue, auqamarine and purple among others.
08 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Limited
Sorry the pictures are so big. I use Photobucket to host the pictures, an I've gone back to Photobucket several times and resized the pictures, but the size isn't changing in the forum. I'm most likely doing something wrong but I don't know what it is. The last size I set up in Photobucket was 250W X 150 H but the forum size never gets any smaller. I give up.
Trying to resize again.
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You didn't do anything wrong. The photo was just cached in your machine so you didn't see the change but the change did happen .
Now I see the picture is way small. I'll give it another go since there is some hope it will work out.
This is the one at the dealership here.
Well, I'm in the Ogden area of Utah. Evanston is about 70 miles from me. My daughter had the car and sold it to a friend of hers. She had problems with it stalling.. She took it to her brother who I was told worked in a garage. They "tried" to fix it. It had compression. It had spark. It had fuel pressure. However, it just kept running rough and then stalling on her. I told them if it has all of that check the injectors because it sat at my daughters place for a year or so without being driven. I told them it probably just has clogged injectors after sitting that long. Her brother instead bought a new coil pack for it. No change. They supposedly acquired a different computer, still no change. They never did check the injectors instead opted to call a auto wrecker. If you ever stop to look at it, see if inside the door jambs are still blue. If they are, it's the same one. They might have fixed it rather than scrap it. I never got around to painting inside the jambs or the inside door frames and such. Honestly I didn't take much time painting the car really. I just did not like the faded out blue with peeling clear. So I sprayed what I had on it and saved the quart or so that was left to do detail work if I kept it or ever got around to it. Daughter ended up needing a car so... Really though, that looks just like it. If the wheels are Tenzo it probably is. Oh, another way. Check the vin on the dash verses the vin on the door. If they are different, then that's another indicator. The 96 had quite a few dents in and the 95 I had didn't. So I pulled a bunch of the body parts off the 95 and swapped them with the 96. I also did a lot of the interior panels as well. Another thing, if it has the DOHC humped hood on it (which the pic looks like it does) but it's a SOHC engine, the hood came of the 95 with the DOHC engine in it. The 96 hood had a bunch of rust along the front edge.
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Wouldn't surprise me if it's the same car, this one is in Rock Springs which is 100 miles from Evanston. The salesperson said they replaced the transmission in it. Also only showed I think 90k miles give or take if I remember correctly.
Sounds about right. It was somewhere around 85k when my daughter bought it from us. She drove it for a couple of months and then her and her fiancee got a place together. He had a Saturn SL and a Ford F-250 and since they are planning on getting married she started driving his Saturn. She parked it in my garage for about a year then sold it. Pulled the stereo I had in it out though before she did. They are looking at replacing the Saturn with a Toyota 4Runner and she wants me to install the stereo in it like I had in the Neon before she bought it.
This is a while building pic and then a done pic. You can see the blue on the upper edge and the purple trunk lid corners from the 95 body parts I swapped it with.
Edit: Ahh, what the heck some picks from the painting to. I only had evenings to devote to working on it so I painted it in steps.
Over all, I really enjoyed that car. I wouldn't mind having another one possibly but I'd want a 2 door and would rather swap a different engine in. The stock engines are interference engines .
If that is the car, which honestly I think it is, I wonder if it still has the sub boxes in it. We just pulled the 10's and left the enclosures.
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I have had many cars through the years. Some of my favorites.
69 Chevelle SS
65 Impala SS
1983 Supra. Just got this back and will be restoring it. It's had a very rough time in the last 10 years.
Oh, and forgot my 1994 Supercoupe. Still have this one.
I love your Supra - it's a little *too* hella flush for my liking, but I wouldn't kick it out of the garage. Very nice, very jealous!
Yeah, think this time around the wheel/tire combo will be a bit more in the "normal" range, LOL.
That Supra still running a stock 5M-GE? My first "real" car was an 85 Supra that had a 3.0 6M swapped in and a custom intake and exhaust setup, that thing was pretty quick for only about 200hp. I actually had all the hardware from a 7M turbo motor to swap on to it but never got around to it.
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Yes, still stock. It was given to my son so didn't want him to kill himself, LOL. I haven't decided yet what engine change I'll go with, if any, during the restore.
Funny you mention that, one of my most vivid memories is looking down the long hood of that car at a ditch when I punched it in 2nd going up a hill not realizing it had a lot more power then what I was used to. Thankfully I'd been taught to countersteer by my brother in law for gravel driving and held it . Decades ago, I was 19 and pretty dumb at the time.
The thing that's kept me from getting another one if Toyota couldn't care less about old Supra parts. A lot of the MA61 parts are NLA and finding parts for the much more common MA70s (3rd gen Supras) is hard. They just want you to buy a new car instead *eyeroll*
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Yes, I've found the Fiero quite refreshing with the support out there. Never was much for the Supra or the Supercoupe I have for that matter. You really have to dig to find anything for them. The Fiero is a nice change.
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Currently driving an '01 Jetta TDI. Comfy with all it's amenities, easy to drive, tones of torque and 40+mpg. I'm liking it.
June 1999 - May 2003 87 Fiero Coupe 2.5L (My first car!) - CRASHED
Sept 2003 - March 2010 93 Acura Integra LS Special 1.8L (Daily driver / Show / Track) - SOLD
Dec 2006 - March 2016 91 Chevy S10 Blazer 4X4 4.3L (Utility / Daily driver after 2010) - SOLD
June 2013 - Current 2004 Toyota Echo 1.5L (Current daily driver with only 25K - thanks mom!)
July 2012 - Current 87 Fiero GT soon to be 3800sc (Current project - stay tuned!)
Instead of a Fiero, I brought my 72 Buick Skylark out this year to the Tyler Shipman Memorial Car Show, and to Camp Shipman.
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Instead of a Fiero, I brought my 72 Buick Skylark out this year to the Tyler Shipman Memorial Car Show, and to Camp Shipman.
Very Nice. I tried very hard to get a 66 Rivera when I purchased the Fiero, but the guy backed out on me. Always like the Skylarks as well.
I'll try to go in order..
1974 duster slant 6 autp gold with tan gut
1966 tempest more door ohc inline 6 auto
1966 lemans 326 v8 auto
1966 GTO black/black 389 4spd
1980 yellow firebird 301 auto
1985 t/a silver 305ho 5spd
1986 t/a red metallic 305ho 5spd
1980 sunbird 3 door 151 duke auto
1982 crossfire t/a red black recardo seat interior
1983 t/a black 305 4 spd
1980 tercel 4cyl stick
1982 s-10 izuzu 4 5spd 2wd
1988 f-250 4x4 35" tires and a get out of my way push bar 302/zf5spd
1997 f-150 2wd flare side 5.4 auto last black vehicle I'll ever own, tan gut
1971 el camino 396(402) th400
1971 chevelle 350 auto blue/blue
1970 chevelle ls5 auto DIY kit (bought in boxes)
1970 chevelle 396 auto also bought blown apart
1972 chevelle 350 auto red black gut
1985 cutlass 231 auto
1975 cutlass 260 auto
1985 buick lesab 2 door rear drive tank that gm thought a 231 v6 was a good idea
1985-6 caprice 2 door 305 auto tan/tan
1978 caprice/impala 2 door tan on tan.. 350 two barrel, 3spd
1989 grand mark 302 auto
2004 z71 4x4 5.3 auto green charcoal gut
1999 grand mark blue, blue 4.6 auto
1986 SS 305 auto
1986 2+2 305 auto
2006 HHR 2.4ltr auto
1971 c-10 long bed '81 cali 305 v8 th350 stage 1 gm crate vortec 350 ramjet cam and rockers, 2004r stage 2 496
2004 sport trac 4.0 v6 auto 4x4
I'm sure I missed some street cars/trucks..
I always thought it was weird those existed, how was that 6, where they American engines? I know where one of those cars is in a boneyard.
engine was fine... basicly a chevy250 inline with a ohc set up on it.. they are different enough to not be able to drop the Pontiac head on the chevy and go..
but the ohc Pontiac was a beancounter build/designed limited..
It made great power.. for what it was..
I'd like another.. I'd add a turbo and efi..
A guy on an other forum is doing this now...
beware, it will cause you to loose all track of time reading this.. so, set aside time to get lost in this..
The Pontiac OHC 6 was a great little engine that was underappreciated at it's time. The Sprint 6 high output version even had a 4 barrel carb, but everyone wanted a V8 back then. Had the OHC 6 stayed in production until the Arab Oil Embargo in the 70's, it could have found renewed life as a more economical performance engine. So much potential, but making power with a simple OHV V8 was easier and cheaper.
In order of appearance
1983 Camaro Berlinetta 5.0 auto.....still own, project
1992 F-150 std cab long bed 5.0 5 speed 4x4......totaled by birch tree
1976 Yamaha XS-500....still own, garage queen/resto
1986 Fiero value leader 4cyl 5 speed......still own, project 350
2006 scion tc 5 speed....still own, DD
1993 K3500 ext cab long bed dually 7.4 auto 4x4.....still own, winter tank/BOV
1985 fiero SE v6 auto....still own, project for wife
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1986 Pontiac Fiero GT (Oct 2012)
1995 Saturn SL2 Manual (Oct 2014)
2007 Pontiac Solstice Manual (Aug 2016)
I still own them all. It's been a year since I've driven the Fiero and SL2 though
Current motor pool consists of:
2004 GMC Sierra 1500
2000 Pontiac Trans Am Convertible
1992 Mercury Grand Marquis
1988 Pontiac Fiero Formula
The GMC is a recent purchase so I could retire the TA from daily driver duties. I was racking the miles up on it WAY too fast. Now I can spend some time to refresh the TA a bit and enjoy it for pleasure driving. And I no longer have to risk driving it in Winter weather.
The Mercury was my dad's. I inherited it when he passed back in 2002. I've tried to keep it running, but when the fuel pump quit I've just parked it and it's just taken up space since then. I'm thinking it's time to finally part with it.
And then there's the Fiero. I've got a lot of history with that car. Bought it in 2001. It was my daily driver for many years, but the last 2 years it's mostly just sat in the driveway. Too many cars and not enough time. I'm reluctantly thinking it may be time to sell it as well. I don't really want to let it go, but I can't bear the idea of it sitting and rotting away and would rather someone else enjoy it. It seems all my "car" time gets devoted to the TA these days anyway and I barely have enough time to do what I want with it.
Some past rides included;
'69 Firebird 350. My first car I bought in High School, slinging a LOT of burgers at McDonald's to pay for it.
'72 Pontiac Trans Am. Bought it shortly after graduating from Community College with my first real full time income.
'87 Buick Grand National. My first new car. Bought it in the Fall of 1987, right after the stock market crash.
I had both the '69 and '72 at the same time. I sold the '69 and used the money from it as a down payment on the GN. Both the '72 TA and GN got sold when I went back to school to study Mechanical Engineering at NC State.
Better get crackin, they don't like to sit
I always loved the look of these early ones.
They're still my favorite. The '72 was a single year for a honeycomb pattern grill. I always thought that was the best looking of all. Other years had grills with a square pattern.
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'68 Mercedes 280s (yes the s not the se. Loved the dual carb.)
'84 Fiero se (sadly no images of this one)
'98 Olds 88 (Too many problems to count, yet still runs like a top again no images)
And the newest one the '84 Fiero
68 VW Square Back
68 Corvette Convertible
82 Mitsubishi Starion Turbo (showroom stock race car)
86 Shelby GLH (Showroom stock race car)
Fiberfab avenger VW power (2)
Fiberfab avenger Buick V6
Fiberfab Valkyrie Tube chassis 327 chevy
Kelmark GT VW
74 Corvette 454
79 Ferrari 308
Dodge Rampage (Turbo)
Dodge Grand Caravan
Saturn Vue (2)
I'm sure I missed one or two -----
Pics? Also I don't think I have seen a Rampage turbo.
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That car is probably the best car naming in the history of hot hatches. The car itself is stupid fun too but the name was Carroll Shelby genius
Think turbo k kar pick up..
Information on the Rampage and pictures.
1976 Chevy Nova Hatchback 250 Inline 6
1973 Z28 Camaro
1980 Ford Pinto. (don't hate lol)
1969 Mercury Cougar (put a 460 in it)
1982 Dodge Rampage
Fieros: 1988 Formula, 2 1988 Coupes. (all T-top)
1989 Dodge Diplomat, 440 (no it isnt stock)
1975 Dodge Monaco (police car) former Nevada Highway Patrol.
1999 Mustang Cobra
2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS (Was a dealer demo when I bought it. had been in an accident and repaired. Had the V6 model header panel on it.... lol)
1997 Lincoln Town Car
1995 Ford E150 "Regency Conversion Van"
2003 Lincoln Town Car Cartier
and a 1971 Hemi Cuda, in pieces. lol
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hmm lets see...
2002 regal GS
96 Tagus SHO,
98 grand cherokee,
2005 Corvette (still own)
2015 Corolla (still own)
Plus about 15 fieros,
and im only 29.
55 Chevy, 4 door used
65 gto used
55 Chevy, 2 door used
Nissan b210, hatchback new
80 Honda accord new
87 Pontiac fiero gt new
90 Chevy pickup new
2003 Toyota matrix new
87 Pontiac fiero gt used
2008 Pontiac vibe used
250 Yamaha used
125 Kawasaki dirt bike new
400 sazuki used
1965 duoglide HD used
80 Honda 750, used
1996 Kawasaki Vulcan 800, new
In order of when I first purchased them:
1993 Dodge Spirit 2.5L TBI - Still own, but it's a project. I'll divulge plans once its completed which I hope will be in time for my HS reunion. Let's just say it no longer has the engine or trans it came with.
1992 Dodge Spirit R/T - Still own. 107k miles, near mint condition. Not selling, hopefully ever.
1989 Ford Festiva - Bought as cheap economical transportation, but unfortunately it died so I sold it to a guy who was going to turn it into a SHOgun. Not sure if he followed through on that.
1966 Ford Mustang C-code Convertible - Still own. Car is #s matching and was built with the one year only Emberglow exterior color option. It's a long term project that I doubt I will ever get to. I've estimated it will take about 25-30k in parts and labor to restore. Am open to selling.
2000 Buick Century - Sold to my brother who drove it until last year when it was scrapped. I once dreamed of dropping in a 3800sc, never was serious about it though.
1987 Pontiac Fiero GT - Still own. Finishing up a 3.4L engine swap.
2005 Chevy Cobalt LS sedan - My wife bought brand new off the lot. Drove it until last year when the transmission went out. It doesn't meet our needs or family size anymore so looking to sell.
2010 Dodge Charger SXT AWD - My daily driver.
2014 Chrysler Town and Country - My wife's daily driver.
270 HP? Was that a non-Fuelie? My dad has a 57 that he bought when he got back from Vietnam for $900.00. It's sitting in storage now, with a LONG way to go before seeing the road. I rally want to frame swap it, and completely upgrade it mechanically. Wanting to go for the Pro-Touring/Resto-Mod thing. I have the LS1 and T-56 from my 2001 Z28 that I plan to put into it. It's an LS6 block and intake, need the LS6 heads though, and I have a cam, that I can throw in, and give it a little over 400 RWHP. The original got the 57 is long gone. It was used as a race car for a time.
Some of these lists make me sick with jealousy. I'm at work, so I can't post pics of the vehicles I do actually have pics of, but here is my short list anyway.
94 GMC Sonoma SLS Ext. Cab - Traded for 97 Camaro
97 Camaro RS (the REAL Rally Sport with the ground effects, not the basic ass Camaro everyone wants to CALL an RS) - Traded
01 Camaro Z28 - Totalled
93 Chevrolet 1500 Reg. cab Stepside - Sold
88 Mustang GT - Totalled and then stolen
07 Suzuki Hayabusa - Traded for 96 Tahoe
10 Jeep Wrangler Sport (2 door) - Currently own
96 Chevrolet Tahoe Z71 (2 door) - Currently own
87 Pontiac Fiero Base - Currently own
From the beginning:
1963 Ford Galaxie 500 Four door HARDTOP (never seen another one)
1969 Torino Cobra 428 (4 speed, 4.10 positrac, factory oil cooler)
1964 Rambler American (two door, bucket seats, console)
1970 Datsun 1200
1951 Ford F-1 (flathead V8, my first total restoration 1975)
1970 LS6 SS 454 El Camino (the king of axle tramp, would lift both rear tires off the ground. Traded the F-1 for it.)
1978 Fairmont (Il Quatraporte Azul de Amor -- The Blue Four Door of Love. Traded a rubber dinghy for it. Got a wife out of the deal.)
1988 Dodge Shadow Convertible
199? Chrysler LHS
199? Mercedes 300E (what a piece of expensive junk. I danced in the street when it drove off with the new owner heading for Columbia, South America)
1989 Dodge Daytona (paid $2, had new paint, new tires and a blown freeze plug. Put in a rubber plug and drove it 4 years before I gave it to my daughter.)
1987 (I think. Last year of American Motors Jeeps) Grand Wagoneer
1973 Jeep Commando (Most dependable car I've owned. 15 years and it has NEVER failed me. Still have it.)
1995 Ford Probe GT (Twice national winner at Probe Owners meeting for Factory Stock.)
1995 Cadillac Eldorado (Great car! Gave it to my sister)
1995 Jaguar XJ6 (had to buy the Eldorado to get the Jag, Long story, luscious car. Still have it.
1986 Fiero SE
Thinking about another Grand Waggy. So cool. Have the surfboards to go on top.
The list of cars Ive owned over the years is huge, that might take a while. But my current collection is here in this pic. 74 corvette 4speed 350 moderate build. 01 mustang convertible 5speed with a cobra IRS swap. 06 subaru baja turbo. Then the 88 fiero added this week
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Here goes.... this brings back memories
1980 Chev Monza
1980 Ford Thunderbird
1989 Chev Sprint
1989 Chev Cavalier
1989 Ford Bronco
1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse
(The the kids showed up) here
1996 Dodge Caravan
1999 Ford Windstar
1985 Pontiac Fiero
2001 Dodge van - 15 seater - Propane
2002 Chev 3500 - 12 seater
1999 Chev Astro Van
1999 Ford Escort
2009 Ford E350 - 12 Seater (still own)
2002 Chev Malibu
2002 Toyota Celica
1999 Chev Sunfire GT Convertible (still own)
2010 Chev Cobalt (still own)
2011 Chev Camaro (still own)
I am sure I've missed something in there.
Whats w all the yuge vans? Ill try to remember em all in order, most r cheap clunkers
84 nissan pickup
91 tbird sc
89 tbird sc
89 civic hb
89 toyota pickup
88 mbz 300e
04 f250 dizzle
04 mbz s500
66 t-top mustang
86 fiero f40 body
I know theres a few more in there
5 ultranautics wetbikes
92 kawi bayou 4x4 beefed out
69 bultaco campera
82 honda mb5
83 honda c70 passport
56 Ford wagon
59 Plymouth Belvedere convertible
66 Pontiac Catalina coupe
72 Vega GT wagon
76 Chevy Nova Concourse
78 VW rabbit diesel
82 Chrysler LA Baron (POS)had it for four months
83 Pontiac 6000 LE
87 Pontiac Fiero GT (still have it)
86 Camaro (rust bucket winter beater)
84 Ford Escort wagon (winter beater)
93 Suzuki Sidekick (daily driver)
88 Fiero GT (still have it)
99 Buick Regal GS (daily driver)
88 Fiero IMSA coupe a V8 Archie built (still have it)
2006 Chevy HHR (daily driver)
2015 Hyundai Tucson (daily driver)
2017 Hyundai Tucson (current daily driver)
Currently have a R53 MINI Cooper S in Black-eye-purple and an E60 BMW 5-series (family car).
1999 Buick Century
1993 Plymouth Sundance
1986 Toyota Corolla
1974 Pontiac Astre
1966 Plymouth Valiant
Besides the Fiero, current vehicles include 2007 Corvette and 2011 ZX6R.
Currently actively looking for a Porsche 928 to add to the garage and maybe an FC RX7 S5 89-92 if I can find a clean one.
Vehicles owned would take to long to remember and list.
Won’t even attempt to list all the different vehicle so I won’t. I have owned19 different Fieros.
21 if you count two that I have owned twice. Currently, the stable has the previously mentioned Fieros, both are 88 formulas, one is a CJB T top.
I currently have two Dodge Ram diesel trucks, five transport trailers. Two FIERO’s and a Honda Valkyrie that I claim plus a Ford tractor. The wife has her own fleet.
This is a memory exercise for us older people but let me see how much I can remember wrt vehicles.
67 Alfa ragtop
70 Buick GS 350
70 VW Karmen Ghia
81 Olds 98 Regency
85 Park Avenue
86 Town car
90 Town car
95 Mitsubishi Pajero
98 Mitsubishi Pajero
99 Ford Expedition
05 Hyundai Elantra
06 Ford Expedition
10 Ford Expedition
14 Kia Reo
86 308 rebody
87 Mera T-Top
87 Mera Sunroof
88 Mera T-Top
88 Mera Solid Roof
90 CC Honda
175 Honda dirt bike
350 Kawasaki Mach I
70 Piper Arrow II
76 Mooney M20J
84 Mooney M20J
Besides the Fiero:
1972 Blazer- 1 ton axles, 9" suspension lift, tpi zz4
1976 Cobra II- sitting in the garage waiting for me to get to it
2000 Silverado- totaled, waiting to be parted out
2004 Sierra- Whippled Lq4, 4l80e, 6 lug 14 bolt
1999 Corvette FRC- stroked and cammed
2014 SS- the new daily, trying to keep it stock
Might be looking for a new winter ride, and definetly looking for a new bike for next year.
For 3 wheelers:
1986 Atc250r- 310 pv, -1 WestCoast Swinger, lo pro fenders
1985 Atc350x- 400ex carb, +2 swinger, goldies off the r
1985 Atc500x- 350x roller with Ascot/ xr500 motor
Also have a 125cc chinese pitbike that I put a 150cc motor in last year
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I am currently cruising in:
2016 Mercedes Benz GLA250 4matic
1989 Toyota Supra targa - I have a very interesting swap in the planning and parts gathering process....
I have a handful of other supra parts cars and a couple nifty Mitsubishi's waiting to be imported, specifically an evo 3 and evo 4 gsr. time needs to speed up.
1957 Chevy, 2 dr hrdtp, blk/blk,23k miles. totaled in a hit & run
1957 Chevy 210 w/301 cu.in. and Edelbrock 6 rochester 2bbl. carbs.
1957 Chevy 4dr hard top, black with red interior
1957 Chevy 210 all stock w/ 6 cyl and 3 speed
1952 Jaguar XK120
1934 Ford 3 window coupe
1957 DeSoto Adventurer, original Hemi w/2X4's, gold/white
1957 Corvette, Aztec copper, F.I. and 4 speed, both tops. Turned in to a hot rod. with 350 4 bolt main and angle plug heads, M-22, 69 Corvette rear end with 4:56, Painted 16 coats of acrylic yellow and way too much to list.
1956 Corvette, 4 speed with 350 and tunnel ram
1968 Triumph Tr-250, 21k miles, totaled in a head on collision
1957 Pontiac Safari 2dr. wagon. Restored, 347 cu.in. with 3 2bbls. 29k miles and sold
1967 Corvette 427 400 HP with factory 4 speed and triple carbs. Silver with black interior
1962 Corvette, white with red interior, 300 HP and 4 speed
1962 Corvette, metallic blue, 327 and 4 speed
1962 Corvette, red, 350 LT-1 4 speed, 65 injection box, headers, American mags, Good Year tires
2008 Solstice GXP with HP upgrade, Eibach springs etc.
1984 Fiero Indy, 4 speed
1986 Fiero GT, 5 speed. Herb Adams/Koni shocks and currently getting a wide body installed. It was stored in my garage from 1988 until 2003
Red with tan.
2017 Chevrolet Silverado High Country 4 wheel drive
2006 Chevy Impala SS black/black
1990 Chevrolet 454 SS pick up with .010 over cam, ported/polished heads...
1962 MGB money pit
Another Tr-250 that never ran
1972 Buick station wagon with 455 and an experimental fuel injection unit (it was on it when I bought it)
Three Honda CBX's and one 903 Kawasaki cafe racer. Also a 250 Honda Scrambler.
1991 Chevy Blazer with about every available option except it was 2 wheel drive and only had two doors.
Probably some others along the way and there will most likely be many more to come.
Still have a 99 ZR2
I still have all the ones I listed
Other than the Fiero....
'89 Nissan Stanza
'93 Nissan Altima
'00 Nissan Altima
'03 Subaru WRX
'00 Nissan Xterra SE
'07 Honda Civic EX
'04 Subaru Forester
'93 Mazda Miata
OK slackers, here we go!
Kind of in order of appearance.... and this is probably only 1/3 of them.... some, I don't want to remember heheheh, old age is making me forget all my past fun toys!
Fords, Pontiac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Mitsubishi, Triumph, IHC, AMC, FIAT (fix it again Tony.... lol) etc....., I just loved cars!
1963 Chevrolet Wagon (Still "have it" as in the title is in my safe, but car has been junked)
1963 Studebaker Lark Daytona (Still have the title for this one also, but the car is gone sadly)
1958 Ford Galaxy 500
1963 Ford Galaxy 500
1965 Ford Mustang GT 2+2
1955 Studebaker (nice car with a swapped Chevrolet straight 6 in it... really ran and drove great after the swap!)
1969 AMC AMX
1967 Triumph Spitfire
1963 Triumph TR4-A
1971 Triumph Spitfire
1969 Triumph GT6+
1971 Triumph GT6 MKIII
(6 other Triumph Spitfires I saved and passed on to new owners..... I have pics somewhere of my shop with them all parked outside... ahhh, the good old days )
1971 Challenger (pistol grip shifter and all!)
1972 Fiat Sport Spyder
1974 Chevrolet Vega
1975 Chevrolet Vega
1974 Chevrolet Vega
A couple of other Vegas....... see a pattern? I could buy them for like $50.00 and throw a head gasket on them, and get a year or more out of them.....
1971 Pontiac Firebird
1969 Opel GT
1976 Mercury Cougar XR7
1975 Ford Granada
1976 Ford Granada
1976 Ford Mustang II..... yeah, I know.....
1972 AMC Matador
1963 IHC Scout
1970 IHC Scout II
1968 Pontiac Firebird
???? AMC Spirit (actually a very nice vehicle)
1985 Chrysler Laser (this thing "nagged" me more than my first wife, but it was kinda cool with the talking dash thingy)
1989 Chrysler Turbo LeBaron
1991 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4
1999 Chrysler Sebring
1998 Chevrolet Blazer 4X4
1992 Dodge Stealth R/T
1999 Chevrolet Blazer ZR2
1999 Chevrolet S10 ZR2
1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT (Danube Blue... very rare)
2003 Chevrolet Blazer ZR2
1997 Cadillac Deville
1995 Dodge Stealth R/T
2001 Chrysler P/T Cruiser (I just had to try one, and it is still in the garage..... gave it to my sister in law for free...... says a lot about it, but it runs still, gets her there and back..... heheheh)
2006 Mustang GT
2011 Chevrolet HHR
2010 Chevrolet HHR.... the wife's and it has remote start that I am not allowed to enjoy .
1999 S10 ZR2 (my favorite vehicle besides the Fiero, but 15mpg keeps me from driving it daily).
Each one of the above listed cars left my hands in much better shape than when I got them. Proud of that fact!
(except the '06 Mustang GT which I totaled on my way to work the last day I was going to drive it and then put it away for winter..... don't ask, my fault).
The Fiero's in order of appearance
1984 Pontiac Fiero Base, New and still in the wrapper!
1987 Pontiac Fiero
1984 Pontiac Fiero (yup, rescued this one)
1985 Fiero Base coupe...... this one saved my life in a broadside collision.
Sad actually, as it was a very nice example that was as solid as a rock.
1985 Pontiac Fiero GT
1986 Fiero GT
1988 Pontiac Fiero Formula
1988 Pontiac Fiero Formula
1988 Fiero GT T-top
1988 Fiero GT solid roof (THE KEEPER! Can't wait until spring and retirement this year!)
At least one Pontiac Solstice before the end of this next year.
They are harder to find parts for it seems, than an '88 Fiero is!
Already belong to the Solstice/Sky forum.
Also curious about a Chrysler Crossfire...... hmmmmm.....
It has been a great adventure, and will continue to be as long as I can drive.
Some of the list of cars look like some guys are used car dealers.
not an bad collection..
1963 Corvair Monza
1964 Corvair monza Spyder
1969 Ford LTD
1965 Plymouth Barricuda
1972 Vega GT
1973 Pontiac Ventura
1977 Ford Torino
1972 MG Midget
1965 MG Midget
1978 VW Fox
1990 Isuzu Trooper
1991 Isuzu Trooper
2006 Pontiac Solstice
1987 Pontiac Fiero GT
oops, forgot these last two.....
1973 Ford Bronco v8, 3sp on the tree..
Just so you know... there's an EDIT function for our posts here.
Don't remember all of them but the ones I liked were:
1976 Monte Carlo
1981 Firebird 4 cylinder 4 speed
1986 Firebird GX
1986 Dodge Daytona Turbo
Then I got married and had kids
4 door cars several
I've had at least 40 cars/trucks as well as over 20 motorcycles in my life so I won't bore you by listing them all here...
... currently I own the '88 Fiero GT, a '70 Dodge Dart Swinger, an '83 Suzuki Katana and a '17 Suzuki VanVan200. Oh, and an '04 Dodge Dakota 4x4 for a beater.
Tried to link pics but they weren't working.
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Beside the Fiero, I currently own a '14 F150. It is my daily driver but I also use it to haul wood, scrap metals and a small trailer sometimes. I just installed pro comp alloy wheels and a leveling kit on it.
1999 Porsche 911, very customized. currently swapping in a very built 3.8sc and a Lamborghini dash .. and lots more.
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1965 Mustang convertible. A code 289, CR 4 speed, factory front discs, original everything, engine, transmission, interior, top and boot, excepting some paint work and the wheels. 28K actual miles. Have owned this 2013, found it stored in a garage since 1984.
Mid Engine Collection !
[img]http://images.fieroforum.c om/userimages/bigfootyeti/IMG_1977.jpg[/img]My Mid Engine Collection.....