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  • #11048
    SLOWER
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    Take us from your first car to your present.

    1985 VW Cabriolet

    1990 Jeep Wrangler 4.0

    1997 Nissan Maxima SE

    1984 Jeep CJ7

    2004 Ford F350

    2008 Ford F250

    2009 GMC 2500HD

    2007 Acura MDX

    2010 BMW 335ix

    Current:

    2016 BMW 340ix

    2012 Toyota Tundra Crew

    2003 BMW M3 Convertible


  • #11054
    Leigh
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    Thats a nice list, lots of variation.

    Not many to list personally:
    2000 Ford Fiesta
    2002 Citroen Saxo VTR
    2012 Volkswagen Polo
    2007 Mazda RX8
    current cars:
    2004 Mitsubishi Evolution VIII MR-FQ 320
    2016 Dacia Sandero
    2015 Peugeot Expert


  • #11062
    Ecleland
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    Lets see how many I can remember (excludes wife’s primary vehicle):

    1974 VW Bug that I learned to drive on

    1985 Honda Prelude

    1988 Honda Prelude Si 4WS

    1992 Honda Prelude

    1994 Mazda Miata

    1986 Honda CRX

    1992 Honda Civic SI

    2002 BMW 325i (fell in love with BMW)

    2006 BMW 325i

    2008 WV GTI

    2011 BMW 335d

    2008 Mini Cooper S

    2011 BMW 135i

    2015 BMW M3

    2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro

    Future Goal: Porsche Cayman or 911


  • #11072
    Acoustix
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    2005 Golf TDI (Still have)

    2003 GTI

    2006 350z

    2013 Toyota Tundra TRD (still have)

    2013 Subaru Brz (Totaled)

    2011 BMW 135i (Still have and will never sell lol)

    2016 Golf 1.8t Highline (Still have)

     


  • #11078
    Chriskim
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    1988 Acura Integra LS (1992-97)

    1989 Acura Legend LS (1997-98)

    1999 Acura Integra GSR (1998-2006)

    2007 Toyota Camry LE (2006-2011; had our first child… had to get rid of the GSR)

    2004 Audi S4 (2011-2016)

    2014 E63 AMG S (2016-present)

    Anticipated in the next couple of years: Cayman GT4, 991.1 GTS or maybe a 991.2 GT3


  • #11079
    Gaiter
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    Australian here with not much variation in cars…

    1982 Holden WB

    1982 Holden WB

    1998 Holden VT Executive

    1998 Holden VT

    2004 Holden VY SS Ute

    2004 Holden VY SS Ute

    2006 Holden VZ SS Thunder (Current)

    2006 Holden VZ SS Thunder

    I have thrown some pictures up as I am sure a few people aren’t familiar with any of these cars. The WB and VT are just pictures from the internet the VY and VZ are actually what I had.

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  • #11089
    S4_John
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    1998 Honda Accord V6 Coupe – Emerald Green

    2001 Audi S4 – Brilliant Black

    2000 Audi S4 – Imola Yellow

    2005 Mercedes Benz C230 Kompressor – Black

    2004 Audi S4 – Brilliant Red

    2010 Mercury Milan – lol

    Current:

    2009 E90 335i M-Sport – Lemans Blue

    2001.5 B5 Audi S4 Avant – Nogaro Blue

    Future Car(s):

    BMW M2

    Porsche GT3 RS

     


  • #11090
    IronCondor
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    1989 GMC Suburban (hand-me-down from my parents when I got my leaner’s permit in the early 2000s)

    2003 VW Jetta GL (high school/university beater)

    2012 VW GTI (first car I bought for myself; sold to buy 996 Turbo)

    2015 BMW M3 (my realistic dream daily driver – see profile pic; sold to buy Macan)

    2015 Porsche Macan Turbo (current car and wife’s daily driver)

    2003 Porsche 911 Turbo (my ultimate high school dream car; sold after 6 months for a nice gain)

    2015 Porsche Cayman S (current car and daily driver)

    2018 Porsche GT3 (future car, assuming I can get an allocation)


  • #11092
    RatedM
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    1979 Toyota sr5 pickup

    1985 Toyota 4×4

    1989 Toyota Supra

    1992 Toyota 4×4

    1995 Volvo 850 turbo wagon

    1999 Ford F-350 crew cab 4×4

    2001 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer

    2003 Lexus Is300

    2001 Toyota S runner supercharged

    2005 Toyota Tundra crew cab limited (current daily almost 300k mi)

    2011 Hyundai Sonata SE (finances car)

    2013 Ford Focus ST

    2009 BMW 550i Msport

    2017 BMW M3 zcp

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  • #11102
    BretFraz
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    #1 – 1964 Ford Falcon Sprint (bought at 16, cost $575)

    #2 – 1973 Ford Pinto (as a beater/driver)

    #3 – 1969 Buick Skylark GS350 (cost $1200, totaled in an accident)

    #4 – 1986 Mercury Lynx XR3 (took over payments from a family member, basically an Escort GT variant)

    #5 – 1990 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 (special ordered, my 1st new car)

    #6 – 1993 Dodge Intrepid ES (Mustang replacement, needed for work)

    #7 – 1996 Nissan Maxima GXE (replaced the Dodge, cheapest Maxima I could find)

    #8 – 1997 Infiniti QX4 (leased, upgrade from the Maxima)

    #9 – 2000 Saab 9-5 SE  (leased, replaced the QX4)

    #10 – 2004 GMC Sierra SLE (needed for work, replaced the Saab lease)

    #11 – 1998 Dodge Ram SLT quad cab (bought new by my father, sold the GMC to buy this to keep it in the family)

    #12 – 2008 Chrysler 300C Heritage (my former daily, recently sold)

     


  • #11105
    Natedog187
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    My list:

    1983 Chevrolet El Camino (Grandfather bought new then gave to me when I turned 16 and I still have it)

    1992 Hyundai Excel

    1996 Chevrolet S-10

    1978 Chevrolet K-5 Blazer

    1997 Dodge 2500 with Cummins Diesel

    1978 Chevrolet Corvette

    1965 Ford Falcon Station Wagon

    2001 Ford Excursion Diesel

    1997 BMW 318i

    2006 VW Jetta TDI

    2009 Ford F150 FX4

    2008 BMW 530i

    1990 Jeep Wrangler

    2000 VW Beetle TDI

    1995 Chevrolet 1500 Z71

    2014 Honda Insight (wifes daily)

    2002 Chevrolet Avalanche (my daily)

    I have had almost as many motorcycles and numerous other project cars that I didn’t finish as well.

    Also in the garage currently are my two dirt track race cars

    2001 CJ Rayburn UMP Sportsman

    2014 CJ Rayburn Pro Late Model


    "A bad night in the garage is better than a good day at work."
  • #11113
    ST4R
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    2010 Toyota Yaris 

    2013 Volkswagen GTI

    2015 Mercedes Benz C300 4MATIC (Current)

    2017 BMW M240i xDrive (Current)

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  • #11121
    Neverendingprojectgarage
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    1992 BMW 325i

    2002 Toyota Rav4 – wife’s car

    1996 Toyota Tercel – pay-off-student-loans-car

    2004 Subaru Impreza Outback Sport – replacement for the Rav4

    2005 Acura TL – paid-off-student-loans-car

    1999 Rav4 sofftop 5-spd AWD unicorn – replaced the TL, and still have

    2001 MR2 Spyder – Still have

    2013 Mazda CX-5 – Still have, but I’m thinking about replacing it with something more comfortable


  • #11141
    Long
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    1993 Black Honda Accord Coupe – The car that taught me everything I know about working on cars.

    1997 Black Acura 3.2TL

    2002 Black Toyota Camry (reliable daily driver)

    1998 Pearl White Lexus SC300 (Current project)

    I don’t drive the car this low. It has air suspension, so it’s able to lift back up to a normal height.

     

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  • #11148
    Stone150
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    1997 F150 Lariat (3 years)
    1996 Pontiac Trans-am WS6 (9 months)
    1994 Ford Exploer Limited (3 months)
    2001 Silverado (2005-Now) (stolen and recovered)
    2008 Z06 (2010-Now)
    2007 Mustang GT (2010-2013,Wife’s)
    2013 Cadillac ATS (2013-2017, Wife’s)
    2012 CTS-V Wagon (2014-2016)
    2016 CTS-V (2016-Now)
    2016 ATS-V (2017-Now, Wife’s)



    Then

    Now






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  • #11205
    Brystonguy
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    It’s a long list and I’m sure I missed a few.  Writing this down I see some trends.

    1. 1969 Pontiac Catalina

    2. 1975 VW Scirocco

    3. 1984 VW GTI – 1st new car

    4. 1984 VW Rabbit

    5. 1985 VW Scirocco Wolfsburg

    6. 1988 VW Scirocco 16 valve

    7. 1988 VW Jetta

    8. 1988 Audi 500S

    9. 1991 VW Vanagon MV

    10. 1992 BMW 318i

    11. 1996 Chevrolet Tahoe

    12. 1997 Toyota Tacoma

    13. 1998 Chevrolet Tahoe

    14. 1998 BMW Z3 2.8

    15. 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe

    16. 2001 BMW 323ci

    17. 2001 Dodge Dakota

    18. 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

    19. 2001 Toyota Tundra

    20. 2001 Toyota Sequoia

    21. 2006 Toyota Sequoia

    22. 2008 Volvo S80

    23. 1991 BMW 850i

    24. 2001 Porsche 911 Turbo

    25. 2012 Toyota Tundra Platinum

    26. 2014 Toyota Tundra 1794

    267. 2010 Porsche 911

    28. VW Passat TDI

    29.  2001 Audi TT

    30. 1983 VW GTI

    31. Porsche Macan S

    32. 2017 Toyota Tundra Platinum


  • #11230
    Ludakris
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    This takes some thinking…

    1980 Olds Cutlass 4dr 3.8L

    1987 Plymouth Sundace Turbo

    1972 Chevy Chevelle Malibu

    1992 Geo Metro

    1993 S-10 Ext Cab 2wd

    1979 Chevette

    1998 Chevy Z24

    1987 Olds Cutlass

    2001 Toyota Tacoma Reg Cab 2wd

    2002 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab 4wd

    2002 VW Jetta 2.slow

    1989 Jeep Cherokee 4wd lifted

    2006 Dodge Durango

    2013 Subaru WRX Hatch

    2015 VW GTI

    2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee 75th


  • #11235
    DowJones
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    1972 VW Bug

    1974 VW Bug

    1994 Honda Prelude

    1995 Honda Prelude

    1999 Honda Civic SI

    2001 Honda CRV

    2005 Honda S2K


  • #11243
    ChetSteadman
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    Not quite as many as some on here, but I’ve gotten into the bad habit of trading quite frequently over the last 10 or so years. All were bought new:

    1996 Ford Mustang 5 speed (First car, first love)

    2003 Ford Taurus (I was in sales and needed something to put miles on. That car was JUNK)

    2007 Ford Fusion SEL (not a bad car for an American 4 cylinder)

    2010 Ford Mustang GT 5 speed (the last of the 4.6)

    2012 Ford Edge Limited (wife got pregnant, fun car had to go)

    2013 Toyota Tacoma TRD 4wd (I always wanted a Taco)

    2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited (current grocery getter-really good vehicle)


  • #11262
    Xracer4844
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    1. 1996 Pontiac Grand Am
    2. 2002 Dodge Dakota Sport
    3. 2009 Volkswagen City Golf
    4. 2014 Dodge Journey RT
    5. 2004 Mercedes E320 4Matic
    6. 2016 Dodge Ram 1500 Ecodiesel

    Now that I list them all – this list seems pretty boring!!!


  • #11264
    See63esS
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    1. 1967 Mercury Cougar

    2. 1989 Ford Ranger

    3. 1993 Toyota pickup

    4. 1993 Dodge Shadow

    5. 1996 Pontiac Grand Am

    6. 1997 Ford F-150

    7. 1999 Dodge Durango

    8. 1999 Ford Contour SVT

    9. 2001 F150 Supercrew

    10. 2002 Honda Odyssey

    11. 2005 F-350 Lariat 4×4 Long Bed 6.0

    12. 2006 Honda Pilot

    13. 1999 Jeep Wrangler

    14. 2006 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

    15. 2011 Ford Edge Sport

    16. 2011 Toyota Tacoma 4×4

    17. 2013 VW Passat TDI SEL

    18. 2013 Audi TT S-Line Competition

    19. 2015 Audi A6 3.0T

    20. 1966 VW Squareback

    21. 2016 Ford Focus SE Hatchback

    22. 2017 Mercedes Benz AMG C63s Coupe


  • #11265
    See63esS
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    1. 1996 Pontiac Grand Am
    2. 2002 Dodge Dakota Sport
    3. 2009 Volkswagen City Golf
    4. 2014 Dodge Journey RT
    5. 2004 Mercedes E320 4Matic
    6. 2016 Dodge Ram 1500 Ecodiesel

    Now that I list them all – this list seems pretty boring!!!

     

    Hey a fellow 96 Grand Am’er.  What a piece of crap!


  • #11270
    Cliffd
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    Pretty old guy, but here goes:

    1962 Ford Falcon

    1962 Chevrolet Impala SS, 326 ci, 365 HP

    1971 VW Super Beetle

    1967 Honda 360, while in Guam in the Air Force

    1973 VW Squareback

    1975 Toyota Celica GT

    1976 VW Scirroco

    1979 Porsche 924

    1981 Nissan 280ZX Turbo

    1983 Nissan 300ZX Turbo

    1984 Porsche 944, white

    1986 Porsche 944 Turbo, white

    1988 Porsche 911, white exterior, white interior and white paint. Still have 220,000 miles, not engine work, on second clutch. Daily driver for a long time.

    2001 GMC Yukon Denali

    2006 Ford F350 Diesel

    2009 Mercedes ML63 AMG

    2012 BMW X5M

    2013 Porsche 911, base

    2013 Porsche 911 4S

    2016 Porsche 911 Turbo, signed in blood – no more cars, we will see?

    Oops, 2011 VW GTI, now my daily driver – wife just got a 2017 VW Golf R


  • #11272
    JBlack002
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    My progression has been: American —> Japanese —> German —>Italian.  Glad to see I’m not the only former Olds owner here (only car my dad would own).  These are mine, except for what the wife is currently driving.

    1976 Oldsmobile Starfire GT        (1976-1983) Bought last day of high school; crappy car, but loved it

    1983 Mazda RX7 GSL                      (1983-1987) A really, really fun car; rear end would get loose in the wet

    1987 Acura Integra                          (1987-1989) Slightly better driver than the RX7; ex-wife took in divorce

    1986 Acura Legend                         (1989-1994) Acura’s first model; good car; ex-wife’s previous car

    1994 Toyota Camry V6 XLE           (1994-2001) My lean working years; basic transportation, decent car

    2001 Lexus GS430                            (2001-2004) First “premium” car; nice, but lacking some soul

    2004 Mercedes E500                      (2004-2007) Similar to the Lexus, just better in most every way

    2007 Mercedes E63 AMG             (2007-2010) Now we’re talking! Really loved this car; AMG 6.2 liter, NA V-8

    2007 Toyota Tundra                        (2007-2014) Bought to haul my dirt bikes, good truck, gift to nephew for 16<sup>th</sup> Bday

    2012 Mercedes CLS63 AMG        (2012-2015) Now we’re talking II! AMG 5.5 liter, twin turbo V-8 (fast, but preferred the E63 6.2 NA)

    2014 Honda Ridgeline                    (2014-2016) Replaced the Tundra; ok, but didn’t love it; gift to nephew 2 for 16<sup>th</sup> Bday

    2015 BMW X3 xDrive35i                (2015-Present) Basic transport for 2<sup>nd</sup> home, turbo inline 6, surprisingly smooth/peppy

    2015 Ferrari California T                (2015-Present) Joy to drive, 3.9 liter, twin turbo V-8, 552 HP @ 7,500, minimal turbo lag

    2016 BMW X6M                               (2016-Present) Wife’s car; 4.4 liter, twin turbo V-8, a turbo-lagged, torque beast

    2017 Honda Ridgeline                    (2016-Present) Much improved over the previous gen Ridgeline, I’ll keep it for awhile

    Ferrari 488 Spider                            On the way; hopefully here mid Summer 2017


  • #11342
    Agraner91
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    I’m not even sure I can remember them all. But I’ll try!

    Here are all the cars I’ve owned that I can remember (no particular order, that’s way too hard at this point)

    1987 Porsche 944 Turbo (First car, wish I still had it)

    1995 Dodge Ram 1500

    1986 Porsche 928 S

    1998 Land Rover Discovery 50th Anniversary

    2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe

    2007 BMW Z4M Coupe

    1976 Datsun 280z w/ SBC swap

    1974 Datsun 260z 2+2

    1971 Datsun 240z

    1978 Datsun 280z

    1983 Datsun 280zx Turbo

    1974 Datsun 260z

    1991 Nissan 240sx SR20DET

    1986 Porsche 944 Turbo

    1988 Porsche 944 Celebration Edition (1 of 250)

    1995 Volkswagen GTI (Rare Mulberry paint color)

    2000 Honda Civic SI

    2006 Porsche Cayman S (Still own)

    2006 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S

    1997 BMW M3

    2001 BMW 325i

    2010 BMW 328i M Sport

    1984 BMW 318i M50 swap (Still own)

    1989 BMW 325i M50 swap

    1991 BMW 325i (Still own, undergoing S52 swap)

    2014 BMW 335i M Sport (Still own)

    1999 BMW M3 convertible

    1994 Civic hatchback H22 turbo swap

    Kawasaki ZZR600 (One and only street bike, not my thing)

    2003 Acura CL Type-S

    1999 Ford Ranger

    2008 Chevrolet Cobalt SS

    1991 Mazda Miata

     

     

     

     

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  • #11402
    JakeBP
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    I have quite the list (quantity, not quality, ha ha) for being 22 years old.

    1996 Dodge Dakota
    1992 Ford Ranger
    1993? Ford Escort GT (hence the “BP” in my username, as the EGT has the 1.8BP, same as in the 94+ Miata)
    1994 Ford F150 XLT
    1991 Honda Civic EF hatch
    1997 Ford Escort Wagon

    Then I joined the military, as Detroit did not have much to offer, and college was not really a realistic option due to our financial standing. I’ll get into that more when I figure out how to make an intro post, as well as a more detailed account of my “car guy progression”.

    2012 Chevrolet Cruze LTZ RS
    1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4×4
    2016 Subaru WRX


  • #11475
    Ericdc
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    1. 1984 Honda Accord hatchback (manual)
    2. 1983 Nissan Pulsar NX (manual)
    3. 1984 Chrysler Lazer Turbo (auto) – drove from California to Pennsylvania and it broke down every 600 miles.
    4. 1994 Chevrolet S10 (4cyl manual)
    5. 1996 Chevrolet S10 (6cyl manual)
    6. 1997 Chevrolet Z24 (auto)
    7. 1999 Honda Civic Si (manual) – I ordered this while I was in Japan as a Marine. It was the best car delivery ever. I got off the plane, drove to my hometown and saw our first apartment, and my new car in the garage all for the first time. It was a milestone that started a new chapter in my life.
    8. 1998 Chevrolet Z24 (auto)
    9. 2001 Honda Accord EX (V6 auto)
    10. 2002 Acura RSX-S (manual)
    11. 1990 Honda CRX Si (manual) – I always wanted a CRX. so after 10 years of wanting one I finally went for it. By this time they were all old and rusty. I found it about 100 miles from my house after driving a few thousand miles around the country looking for a good one. Did major restoration work to it.
    12. 2001 Honda Insight (manual) – One of my favorites. Odd car, low production numbers, 60 mpg and still fun to drive.
    13. 2005 Subaru STi (manual) – This car was awesome. One of the best so far.
    14. 2006 Honda Civic Si (manual)
    15. 2005 Honda Element (manual) – Went from an STi to this while we built our house.
    16. 2009 Honda Civic Si (manual)
    17. 2008 Honda S2000 CR (manual) – not technically mine but it lived in my garage for 2 years and I drove it often
    18. 2007 Ford Mustang Shelby GT (manual)
    19. 2011 Subaru STi (manual) – The 2005 was much better
    20. 2011 Honda CRZ (manual) – Terrible car
    21. 2012 Volkswagen GTI (manual) – In retrospect this was better than the Golf R
    22. 2012 Infiniti G37x (auto) – autos are so boring
    23. 2013 Volkswagen Golf R (manual) – it broke everytime I tried a motorsports related event
    24. 2014 Porsche Cayman (manual)
    25. 2014 Honda Civic Si (manual)
    26. 2014 Chevrolet Volt (auto)
    27. 2016 Volkswagen GTI (manual)
    28. 2017 Chevrolet Volt (auto)
    29. 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4


  • #11476
    Chris
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    1. ’98 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS
    2. ’00 Audi A4 1.8t
    3. ’04 Mazda RX-8 (greddy turbo)
    4. ’09 VW CC
    5. ’12 BMW 328i (still own)
    6. ’06 Porsche 911 (still own)
    7. ’11 Hyundai Elentra (still own)

    911 - H&R - Fabspeed - Fikse

  • #11478
    Trahma
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    Great thread!

     

    1. 1972 Dodge Dart Swinger (I should have kept this car)
    2. 1986 Oldsmobile Cutlass Cierra
    3. 1990 Chevrolet Corsica
    4. 2002 Ford Focus ZX3 (current)
    5. 1999 Jeep Wrangler Sport
    6. 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sport
    7. 2014 BMW M235i (current)
    8. 2016 Ford Fiesta ST (current)

  • #11557
    Final_evolution
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    1. 1999 Honda Accord V6 EX Sedan in Taffeta White
    2. 1999 Saab 9-3 Coupe in Midnight Blue
    3. 2016 VW GTI S 4dr in Midnight Blue Metallic (current)
    4. 1990 Mazda Miata in Mariner Blue (current)
    5. 2003 Saab 9-3 Linear Sedan in Steel Grey (wife’s current)

  • #11586
    Broadsword
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    1. 2002 Acura RSX
    2. 2009 Infiniti G37S
    3. 2013 BMW X5
    4. 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee
    5. 2013 BMW 335i (Current)

  • #11633
    Atobias80
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    1994- Altima

    1998 Ford SVT Contour

    2000 – Jeep Grand Cherokee

    2004 Audi A4 (Ultra Sport)

    2008 BMW 328I

    2011 Infiniti G37x

    2014 Audi S4

    2014 Audi S6


  • #11635
    Vinsaniti
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    1996 Toyota Camry (2006-2008)

    2002 Mitsubishi Mirage LS Coupe (2008-2014)

    2012 Ford Focus SEL Hatchback (2012-Present)

    2018 Ford Focus ST (On order, delivery March 2018 when I get home from overseas)


  • #11641
    Supaman
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    I think my progression has been more of a regression than most on here haha.

    1991 Honda Accord LX sedan

    2002 Honda Accord EX sedan (learned to drive a manual in this)

    1998 Honda Civic DX hatchback

    2005 Honda Accord LX sedan

    2004 Ford F150 XLT

    1996 (I believe) Honda Civic HX coupe

    1994 Honda Accord EX coupe

    1995 Nissan Maxima

    1999 Honda Civic EX sedan


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