Congratulations to @tamuscott and their awesome 1990 Dodge Dakota 4X4 Sport Convertible for winning this weeks 90's Cars car show!
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My 30th Anniversary Z-28 Camaro manufactured in 1997. I purchased it new and have around 59,000 miles on it. It is 1 of approximately 400 equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission, t-tops and houndstooth seat inserts. The car is totally stock, except for the K&N cold air induction kit. Cruises at 1,700 rpm at 70 mph and gets 26 mpg! Thanks to my Beautiful wife for making her way outside on crutches only 2 days after ankle surgery to take this pic. We are blessed to live in Bull Shoals Lake in Arkansas. Thank you for allowing me to share!
This is my 1990 Dodge Dakota 4X4 Sport Convertible. Back in the '80s and '90s, Chrysler Corporation wasn't afraid to be a bit out of the ordinary (minivan, K-car convertible, several Shelby collaborations, Viper....) so why not a convertible truck? I saw this in the car magazine I always read cover-to-cover in 1989 and when I had a bit of extra spending money in 2001, I went out and found one and had it shipped to me in Texas. It has been my garage queen ever since, although it still gets used as a truck when necessary. Bought at 92k miles and now sits at around 106k.
My 1998 Mustang GT. 93,000 miles. Originally a Florida car where it was bought new but made its way to Pittsburgh where I live. I changed the stock wheels to chrome Cobra R wheels.
1995 Subaru SVX. I acquired this Subaru in 2003 with 72,000 miles. It currently has 119,000 miles with the original transmission. Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. Only 14,257 units were sold in the US.
It was my dream car in high school and it’s been a pleasure to own.
My 1992 and a half Miata. My son purchased a 1993 Miata. In 1998 he was in an accident and the insurance company totaled it.
He bought it back and found a black 1992 Miata with a good body. He then put all of the good parts from his 93 in the 92. Engine with supercharger, 5 speed transmission, wheels, interior, leather seats and carpet. Premium sound system, dash gauges and top. He added a larger radiator and new suspension parts.
In 2018 I bought it from him. It has been my daily driver and I love it.
'92 Olds Custom Cruiser. Kept 2 blocks from the Milwaukee Mile, West Allis, WI.
There have always been "Gentleman's Hot Rods", but what if the gentleman wanted to take a lot of friends along, or make a trip to Home Cheapo?
That is what I wanted, so I made one.
Equipped with a heavily tweaked & injected Olds 455. It has parts of the hood and most of the interior of a '73 442, Super Stock IV wheels, lowered, suspension tweaked for handling, true duals, etc.
The paint scheme pays homage to the Hurst Olds of yore. It is built the way George always did, using all stock parts in new configurations.
I put this in the "Show us your Japanese Cars" post earlier...
I purchased this car in May 2002 with 19.3k miles on it. I have had the Supra 18+ years and over 99k+ miles on it now. I love this car and driving it whenever I can. I get lots of random people who say it's their dream car which puts a smile on my face. I'm always happy to say Hi.