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Your favorite owned car?

Discussion in 'Members rides' started by gregc24, Nov 6, 2012.

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  1. Dez97

    Dez97 Member

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    My 2001 Buick would actually be my favorite car, it had its problems but it always got me where I needed to be and never disappointed me.
     
  2. Soulwatcher

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    My 1993 Mustang Get that I bought brand new was my favorite car. Its too bad that I was to you and immature to own the car. I ended up getting 19 points in 6 months, after that I sold the car.

    Greg
     
  3. thomas pendrake

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    For most of my life I was a Buick fan, but my last car was a used 97 Subaru Outback, which I used to deliver pizza, much of it on dirt roads here in central Florida. I am now a serious Subaru fan. Fun going past Ford and Chevy pickups stuck in sugar sand.
     
  4. Velvetsongs

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    I've always liked Toyota's but I've never owned one, never even driven one for that matter. I would love to get behind the wheel of a nice, fairly new Toyota and feel how it handles. I like the long, elegant look of certain Toyotas. I don't really know them by name, but I know what I like when I see them.
     
  5. Troy_456

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    Well I think my favorite car has changed as I've gotten older and more mature. For years it was my midnight black 1986 Pontiac Trans am with a 383 stroker under the hood. But now I am in love with my 2008 Nissan Altima 3.5 SE. Its a great car that has plenty of power and handles quite nicely. Also 32 Mpg highway sounds pretty good too.
     
  6. Flexin

    Flexin Admin Staff Member Founding Member Top Event

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    Welcome to Gearhead Central @Troy_456

    Love to see a thread on that Trans Am if you have any pictures. Altima's are nice cars. We had one in April for a rental. I wouldn't have bought that model. It seemed to do well on fuel but the 4 cyl didn't have the power I expect for a car of that size. When you have to cross three lanes in traffic you want some power to get it done. I waiting for a larger opening because of the lack of power.

    James
     
  7. thomas pendrake

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    I have to mention the 1972 Riviera I had the privilege of owning for awhile. It would hit 115 in less than 1/4 mile with plenty of power left, but it started feeling a little light on its feet and I always chickened out about then. I think I made it to 120 once. These days the surefootedness of the Subaru is comforting.
     
  8. wulfman

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    my favorite car was my 1992 Acura Legend. that baby took such a beating from me the way I used to floor it and never complained . She had over 160k miles on it and was going strong before the effin police impounded it. Still breaks my heart thinking about that car.
     
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