1977 oldsmobile : 82 VW Scirocco (my car)78 BMW 320i (my old car)86 Nissan 300ZX79 Datsun 280ZX85 Saab 900T86 Saab 9000T99 Ford Explorer98 Chevrolet Prism (rental car)99 GMC Sonoma86 GMC S1590 Oldsmobile Trofeo77 Oldsmobile Delta 8881 Cadillac DeVille81 Mercury Lynx86 Chevrolet Cavailer SW (nicknamed Buzz-Bucket)84 Pontiac Sunbird Turbo90 Chevrolet Lumina (drivers' training car)That makes a grand total of 17, most of which were owned by variousmembers of my family at the time I drove them. The fun ones might beobvious (the Z's, the Saabs, the Scirocco and the BMW), but seeing as Imade my boss pay the couple dollars extra for the full coverage insuranceon the Prism, I did things with it that I may not have done with somethingI was responsible for (it was also the newest car I'd driven at thatpoint). The first couple of times I drove Buzz-Bucket were sorta fun aswell, but that's because my brother and I would take it out on the backroads before either of us were licensed.The absolute best? A Ferrari 348 quatrrovalvole. Yeah, just like MagnumP.I. Very finnicky, you have to drive it like you make love to a woman. Usea feather touch; feel the car.
1977 oldsmobile : I'd have to say the C5 corvette was a blast, or the M3 even the supra Turbo wasdamn fun (a little scarry in the first rain of the season). But my favorite,most momorable was the Audi S4, that was owned by a guy that loved to take itto P.I.R. (Portland International Raceway) on the weekends. This car was veryfast, handeled like a slot car and stoped on a dime. Everything about it wasfast. I wish I'd get another chance to drive it. I suppose I shouldn't haveabused these cars when I was only suppose to be picking up or delivering them,but hey, they are sports car and that what they're for. I loved every minuteof it. C-ya!1984 Rabbit GTI stripped project 1986 Jetta GLI1984 Rabbit GTI $200 daily driverLet's see here...The ones with a - before are mine.. or have been mine.87 Cabriolet (Mom's.. currently has 57k)-83 Rabbit GL (Max.. what a car)83 Plymouth Reliant (Black with a FLAMEJOB! g/f's car)96 Supercharged M3 (the Boss'.. holy SHIT was it fast)-74 MGB-GT (My baby. Drunk driver smashed it)-90 Jetta GL-89 Golf (POS)-92 8v GTI (62k when I got it)-80 Rabbit (ex-drag car, fast as hell)-83 GTI (another POS)57 Beetle (friend's uncle's.. super clean)-79 Rabbit (Rally car.. kinda)-78 16v Rabbit (current baby with a rusty shell)-76 Rabbit shell (can you see where this is going?)
1977 oldsmobile : Even though the M3 was the fastest car I've driven, thatMGB is by far the funnest car to tool around in.Although my 16v bunny is rapidly getting there :)1966 Pontiac Grand Prix (dad's)1972 Chevy pickup truck (dad's)1964 Volvo 122 (dad's, I was about 12 and drove it out a dirt road)1965 Beetle (friend's, took my driver's test in it)1960 Beetle (future ex-brother-in-law's)1962 Beetle convertible (mine for a short while)1962 Ford Galaxie 500 (mine in high school, was VERY popular as a partybarge)1967 Ford Mustang fastback, lots of Bondo (mine)1972 Triumph Spitfire (mine)(I really miss it)1972 Fiat Spider (mine)(miss it too!)1967 Ford Fairlane three-on-the-column (uncle's)19?? Triumph TR6 (same uncle's, try delivering Sunday papers in somethinglike this!)1982 Datsun 210 (first car I ever bought new)1983 Plymouth Turismo (future wife's)1988 Subaru GL wagon (still have it with 150K miles)1992 VW Passat (still have it, 175K)Ford Crown Vic (FIL's)Ford Ranger (FIL's)Ford F150 (FIL's)(can ya tell he's a Ford man?)1962 Corvette VERY briefly (another future ex-BIL)1976(I think, the downsized one) Mustang1968 Mustang (sister's)early 90's Jetta GTI (friend's, drove it back home after it broke on him onthe road)
1977 oldsmobile : I can say at least 9396 (6 years as grease monkey = 2190 days, minusweekends = 1566 days with average of 6 cars a day = 9396). Maybe evenmore. I've been in a really wide range of cars, from the really cool tothe deathtraps that drive around Tennessee. People from Canada flip whenthey see what is allow on the roads here.-VR6 GTi/Jettas (A4s)-V6 2000 Nissan Maxima manual tranny (automatic just isn't the same).-Mit. 3000 GTS, twin turbo all wheel drive... 0 - 120MPH before you evenget onto the highway..hehehehe, testing that alignment..-Old truck that almost pulled me out of it when the door flew open whilegoing around curve, ripped top hinge out.-Car that all wheels almost fell off of from another shop doing rotationand not tightening the wheels.-Countless mini vans that have "kid smell" in them (fast food crap all overthe place, if you've ever been in one, you know what I'm talking about).-Several "club corpse" cars, getto boys buying $1500 wire wheel sets on oldbeaters with no brakes.-3 hearses, fun to honk the horn in and wave at people.-Polly's K car with just enough room for 1 person to get into, the rest ofthe car was FULL of blankets, newspapers, old books, trash, and the smellof Ben Gay. Polly owned a popular dinner... I never ate there again afterworking on her car.-Loads and loads of normal everyday cars, day in, day out.
1977 oldsmobile : ASE Certified in Brakes ASE Certified in Steering and SuspensionThe list is not long, but quite varied:'76 GMC Suburban (took my road test in it!)'80 Toyota Corolla SR5 (the 'rents, like the Sub)'74 Mazda RX3...my first car. God, I loved this car, andwould kill to have another. The '86 Golf I have now is agood substitute, but nothing I ever owned accelerated likethat Wankel engine with a 3-speed auto. Got it up to113mph one day, and it shook and shuddered like a badcarnival ride. Never took it that fast again. Traded it in on'84 Toyota Corolla SR5 Hatchback...another fun car.Wife totalled it one day while I was at work. : ('84 Renault Alliance - was a decent car for runningaround town in, but that's about it.'8? Honda Civic Sedan...got hit 2 times in 3 days.'86 Chevy Celebrity wagon - family mobile! boughtit with 95k miles and ran it over 210k before givingit away.'86 Golf - now I'm having fun again!and the wife's car - a '96 Olds Ciera Wagon. Saywhat you will, but when you gotta take 4 people andenough materiel for 2 weeks vacation on the road,there's nothing like a wagon.
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