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First Date Disaster by rbell2915
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So I took my new girlfriend out on a date just now. We've hung out before, but this time was different. As we were heading home, I start to smell coolant and notice vapor coming out of the hood, and I'm pretty freaked out. So I get up to the light to turn left and get off the road and typically, it turns red. Some guy yelled over to me that I was leaking coolant and I'm freaking out even more. The light turns green and I hurry to turn left and I pull off the road and quickly turn the car off and open the hood and decklid to check everything out. There was a lot of leaks on the bottom of the car. And I ended up stepping in a puddle of mud, it was all over my shoe. So I called my dad and he comes over and someone in a pickup truck asked if I needed a phone, which was very nice of him. So he went on his way and my dad came to check things out and I drove his Firebird home and he drove my Fiero home. He said it was overheating into the red a lot and he had to shut the engine off and coast very often in order for it to cool off. So we arrive home and I take her home in my mom's Grand Caravan. At least I got a kiss. So yeah, it was pretty embarrassing and she didn't mind. I just had to rant about this. Probably the most frustrating day of my life.

Thanks for reading my rant.
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Congratulations on getting a kiss at least.

You will get the car fixed and I am sure the girl will not run away, as you handled the situation and got her home safe.

Grand Caravan to the rescue !!!
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Originally posted by VikingRedBaron:

Congratulations on getting a kiss at least.

You will get the car fixed and I am sure the girl will not run away, as you handled the situation and got her home safe.

Grand Caravan to the rescue !!!


Thank you!
Yeah, I've known her for a year now. She wouldn't run away lol and yeah, the Grand Caravan seems to be the most trusty of all the cars we own.

Hopefully, we'll get her back up and running just in time for the Indian Uprising here in IL.
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First dates in a Fiero can go that way. November will be nineteen years ago I took my wife on our first date in a 84 SE. This Fiero had caught fire just a few days before our date so to say I was a little concerned about how our date was going to end up was an understatement. The date went great, obviously we are still enjoying Fieros together 19 years later. Oh instead of that kiss... I gave her a hug and a small bag of Heresy's kisses... works everytime!
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She adores my car, so I doubt there was any love lost XD it's a black 86 GT. Knocking on wood, I need a fire extinguisher soon. I'm really thankful the engine didn't end up blowing. That would've been horrible. Well, I would finally get a 3800SC put in at least... j/k, I'm just happy my car is all right. I need her
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You will learn. Take the van every once in a while.
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My first date was in my fiero in 1996 and i got pulled over tuned out her dads friend was the cop and of course i had the only fiero in town. He did the full process. Out of the car hands on the hood cuffed me and then asked the date if she wanted to go home with me or in the cop car. Not a good first date.
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Originally posted by Tony Kania:

You will learn. Take the van every once in a while.


More room in the back... it is convenient, really.
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If the most frustrating day of your life ended with the Fiero parked at your house and a kiss from a beautiful girl then life is good.

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Originally posted by bmac:

If the most frustrating day of your life ended with the Fiero parked at your house and a kiss from a beautiful girl then life is good.

Brian


Oh to be young again when this is a bad day...
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Originally posted by bmac:

If the most frustrating day of your life ended with the Fiero parked at your house and a kiss from a beautiful girl then life is good.

Brian


I haven't lived too many days yet. I'm 16. So I do suppose you're right. She did find everything to be pretty funny, which is good.

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Next time turn on the ac when it starts to overheat, it kicks in the fan
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Just wait until the car turns you into a mechanic. Then you can diagnose and fix it if something happens. Some ladies like a handy man!

Plus you always score extra points when you fix something on their car.
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Just wait until the car turns you into a mechanic. Then you can diagnose and fix it if something happens. Some ladies like a handy man!

Plus you always score extra points when you fix something on their car.


^^This

Can't tell you how may girls I "saved" from their stupid boyfriends in high school. It really pisses the guys off when their girl gives you a big hug in front of them and tells you how they wish THEIR boyfriend could have done that
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Originally posted by jetsnvettes2000:

Next time turn on the ac when it starts to overheat, it kicks in the fan


slide the lever all the way to HOT...that dissipates some of the heat, albeit inside the car. I wish they had a lever that would dump the hot air overboard.
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Back when I was dating, I found that the fiero was a very effective girlfriend filter. If the date at the time would complain about everything and freak out when the car acted up, it was a good indication that I didn't want to date her. When the car would freak out and the girl would laugh/roll with it, then there was serious hope.

Some of the worst date disasters can turn in to the best stories that you end up telling your kids.

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Originally posted by rbell2915:
At least I got a kiss.
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For what it is worth ....it is difficult to get much more than a kiss in a Fiero anyway...at least without seriously injuring yourself

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Not that I'd try it now, but when I was a bit younger, I recall there being plenty of room for extra curricular activites...<devilish grin!>
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Not that I'd try it now, but when I was a bit younger, I recall there being plenty of room for extra curricular activites...<devilish grin!>



Did you have T-Tops?


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^^This

Can't tell you how may girls I "saved" from their stupid boyfriends in high school. It really pisses the guys off when their girl gives you a big hug in front of them and tells you how they wish THEIR boyfriend could have done that



Preserved for the future lol

 
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Back when I was dating, I found that the fiero was a very effective girlfriend filter. If the date at the time would complain about everything and freak out when the car acted up, it was a good indication that I didn't want to date her. When the car would freak out and the girl would laugh/roll with it, then there was serious hope.

Some of the worst date disasters can turn in to the best stories that you end up telling your kids.



I like that, that's very true!

 
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Not that I'd try it now, but when I was a bit younger, I recall there being plenty of room for extra curricular activites...<devilish grin!>



 
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Did you have T-Tops?



I have a sunroof, and it does appear to be a little tight for that kind of stuff. My parents were pretty happy it only had two seats because of that lol
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I have a sunroof, and it does appear to be a little tight for that kind of stuff. My parents were pretty happy it only had two seats because of that lol


You've got a fastback, correct ?

I've done some stuff on the back of an 85GT... notchies rule
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You've got a fastback, correct ?

I've done some stuff on the back of an 85GT... notchies rule



Yeah, I've got a fastback. Fastbacks are cool, notchies are cute

I think I'd be more afraid of scratching the paint. There's always the hood though
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I have a sunroof, and it does appear to be a little tight for that kind of stuff. My parents were pretty happy it only had two seats because of that lol


Haha...Car sex has become progressively more difficult as the years have gone by. The lucky bastards in the 50's basically had a twin bed for a back seat!

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My father and I just fixed the problem. Whatever we used to connect two hoses, ended up completely disintegrating thus causing the leak. So we drove over to Home Depot and got some brass to connect the hoses. We ran around the block and checked for leaks and there were none. now we'll be able to go to the Indian Uprising!
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Girls are always jealous of each other. I hope you appologized to your Fiero when she got out. Poor little car.

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I was telling her that my car is always really jealous and attention needing. And as luck would have it, I was right and I was left stranded on the side of the road. Hopefully, that'll be the last time for a very long time. I told both girls I was sorry LOL
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I was telling her that my car is always really jealous and attention needing. And as luck would have it, I was right and I was left stranded on the side of the road. Hopefully, that'll be the last time for a very long time. I told both girls I was sorry LOL


If you have ever watched movie Christine (or read the book) , you would know that the car might actually be jealous....and deadly.

hmmmm.....Maybe that is only Mopars

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Pretty sure christine is my 86 SE, I had no problems till I sold her, 2 months later the new owner randomly lost control and smashed a median at 55mph. I bought her back (I actually sold her because of a girl) I fixxed her within first month. it was in 2 accidents, and ate a wheel bearing, and snapped a lugnut.

Cars are sensitive.
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If you have ever watched movie Christine (or read the book) , you would know that the car might actually be jealous....and deadly.

hmmmm.....Maybe that is only Mopars



She must've tried killing herself then by the way she was acting. Luckily, I was there to rescue her. I hadn't driven her in a week because I was on vacation, so that must've been part of it. I told my girlfriend that my car is in working order again and she was happy about that. I plan on taking her to the Indian Uprising car show also
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Pretty sure christine is my 86 SE, I had no problems till I sold her, 2 months later the new owner randomly lost control and smashed a median at 55mph. I bought her back (I actually sold her because of a girl) I fixxed her within first month. it was in 2 accidents, and ate a wheel bearing, and snapped a lugnut.

Cars are sensitive.


When I was a kid my folks owned 63 Buick Wildcat Convertible. That car was seriously cursed ....they were in 4 different accidents (of varying severity) in that car. The one I remember the most vividly (I was about 5 or 6) was when my mom was driving toward the top of a hill...started to make a left hand turn ...when a kid on motorcycle came over the top of the hill from the other direction doing about 70mph and hit us broadside. He flew over the car into someone's yard broke his leg but that was all (was wearing a helmet which was rare in those days). When my aunt who was riding with us went to open the passenger door (the side the bike hit), instead of opening, the door just fell off onto the road.

After that, my dad decided: Screw it! And went out and traded the (repaired) Buick for a 69 GTO....never wrecked that car...haha

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My grandfather had a 1968 GTO. He ended up trading it in for a stationwagon because he was starting a family. He still regrets it.
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If you have ever watched movie Christine (or read the book) , you would know that the car might actually be jealous....and deadly.

hmmmm.....Maybe that is only Mopars


Over the years (there are a lot of them) I've learned to listen to the car when I work on it. It helps me to avoid missing potential problems. If I'm having problems getting a part on or off the car, a real problem like the car is fighting me (which it is), I stop and look at what I'm doing and usually see I've missed or forgotten something.

For example, recently one of the CV boot clamps broke off. The boot is still in good shape but some of the CV grease was being flung everywhere and was leaving a small pile of used grease under the car. I got a new clamp and went to put it on, a seemingly easy task since I was not changing the boot and did not need to disassemble anything. However, she fought me every step of the way. Every little step was a pain. The clamp kept moving and jumping off as if the boot and clamp were magnets of opposite poles.

I was so frustrated that I rolled out from under the car and tossed my creeper across the garage, almost hit my motorcycle with it. I calmed my self down and decided to give it one last try. The same thing happened, however the little voice in the back of my head got a little louder and this time I listened.

I said to the car, "Okay, you win. Even though there is still plenty of grease in the joint I will go ahead and clean it out and replace the grease. I hope you're happy."

After that the job went really smoothly. The car was right and is very happy now. And so am I because I get to drive it again with peace of mind (for now).

The same kind of thing has happened with every car and motorcycle I've owned. I'm convinced that some objects have a spirit and try to communicate with you. (And don't try to convince me it is just my subconscious trying to warn me that I'm screwing up. I've had that discussion with myself many times, lol.)

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Originally posted by 92wastheyear:
Did you have T-Tops?



Just a very flexible girlfriend...passenger seat all the way forward, then reclined as far back as it could go...I'll leave the rest to your imagination...<g!>...
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