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1957 Chevy Bel Air.
 

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haha, im pretty sure cameron doesnt have internet hooked up at his new apartment yet so ill have to answer this one for him. his first car was a 1969 volkswagen beetle convertable. it was such a chic car
 

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1969 chrysler imperial :drool:
 

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A 1974 Dodge Charger with both sides bashed in. Me and a friend got crazy with bondo and made it ....uh...... better.
 

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I drove my parents '85 S10 Blazer for about 6 months, but the first car that was mine was a '70 Camaro. Bought it with a blown motor and saginaw 3 speed, but it had a 3.73 12-bolt. A junk yard 350 went in, and soon a set of 2.02 camel humps went on. Eventually a budget 355 with the same heads, Comp Cams 280H, Performer intake, 600 vac. sec. carb, and M21 4-speed were added. Actually a bunch of carbs and intakes were used, but I settled on the performent/600 as that is what the car mags were pushing at the time.

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engine with single plane torquer intake

It ran low 9's in the 1/8 mile, which while pretty slow, was quick enough to be the fastest car at my small high school and would take out 5L Mustangs of the day (87-88).
 

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chuck said:
I drove my parents '85 S10 Blazer for about 6 months, but the first car that was mine was a '70 Camaro. Bought it with a blown motor and saginaw 3 speed, but it had a 3.73 12-bolt. A junk yard 350 went in, and soon a set of 2.02 camel humps went on. Eventually a budget 355 with the same heads, Comp Cams 280H, Performer intake, 600 vac. sec. carb, and M21 4-speed were added. Actually a bunch of carbs and intakes were used, but I settled on the performent/600 as that is what the car mags were pushing at the time.

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engine with single plane torquer intake

It ran low 9's in the 1/8 mile, which while pretty slow, was quick enough to be the fastest car at my small high school and would take out 5L Mustangs of the day (87-88).
I was the same way with cars, I drove a big fat minivan but it was a handmedown from my parents. My V6 was the first car that I paid for.

couldn't get into those links btw
 

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My first car was a 1980 capri (mustang wanna be). I blew up the stock four banger and we replaced it with a turbo 4 from a 79 mustang. I still miss it from time to time.
 

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My current Z was my 1st car. While I owned the Z I had a '76 Silverado, then '01 S10 Xtreme , and now have a '01 Lincoln LS.
 

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1980 Ford Fiesta (not the later festiva, the original). 1.6 liters of fury, manual brakes, manual steering, manual transmission. And, it weighed about 1,400 lbs....(or so it seemed).
 

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1996 Chevy beretta Z-26. Nothin too special but i loved that car. It was fast enough for me during high school and that was good enough.
 

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My first car was a 1997 honda accord. Seen there lol
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v492/1970judge/beastwrecked.jpg

I still miss that car. I had plans to rice it and sell it for way more than i paid (back home the ricer thing is in so although i hated teh ricer seen i new i could find some dumb kid to buy it lots more)

i miss the car from time to time. Mostly how good gas mileage it got.
 

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