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I wish I still had this:
'69 Sport Satellite 440, 727, console, slapstick, Dana 60 rear. Yep, I should have kept that one. This is a facsimile as my pics are at home. This one is identical, however.
It’s been a long time since I’ve had it, but I absolutely loved my 92 Blazer that was my daily in my early 20s. I upgraded it with a 400 Small Block under the hood which I got to play nice with the TBI system. I truly miss that truck and the fun I had driving and upgrading it.
I will always have a soft spot for my first car, a 1966 Corvair 500, even though I have since owned Monzas, including the '67 in my garage. The '66 was a 'plain Jane' but got 3 of my friends and me to Lake Tahoe and San Francisco (those hills were a challenge with 3-speed manual tranny!) from our home in Orange County!
I wish I still had this
I planned to put a then camaro zl1 v8 in it and make it a track car but it had to many problems in my hands since I was using it as a daily driver
My first car was a 1957 Chevy, bought it with my savings from selling eggs door to door when I was 15 and fixed it up with my dad. Had to sell it to pay for college... I’ll get’er back some day!
This one isn’t mine, but it was identical!
I still miss my 1973 Saab Sonett III I called Rocky (after Rocket J. Squirrel of Rocky and Bullwinkle fame). I was not a car designed for today's highways but it was a hoot to drive on back roads. It's 1.4L Ford V-4, front wheel drive, and light weight made it's 65 HP seem like a lot more. It was a pain to work on and a pain to get in and out of, but I miss it. Never has any car I've owned before or since drawn as much attention, questions and comments - everything from "What is it?" to "My college roommate had one of these!" Great fun!!!