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In 1977 I turned 16 years old. I had a friend in school who's dad sold and repoed cars. One day he repoed a 1966 Plymouth Belvedere II It was a faded green color 2 door hard top, 225 slant 6 with a 3 speed. And it also sported a 8 track tape player. I paid 50.00 dollors cash for the car and drove it for almost 4 years with hardly any expense at all put into it. I miss the days you can get a halfway decent car for 50 bucks and will last for 4 years!!!! Dave
 

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1968 Chevy Impala on a 1971 Travel All Frame and 4-wheel drive train. Almost unstoppable unless there was a mechanical problem. Paid $300 in '83 sold it for $500 after I joined the Army.
 

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Well my first car was a 1984 300ZX. It was a 1 owner car with less then 50,000 miles. It was a fun little car, I would love to still have that car.
 

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71 mustang. The rear quarter panels rotted away from the trunk!
 

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1955 plymouth four door sedan for 50.00. light green on bottom dark green roof. auto flathead 6 and the gearshift stuck out of the dash board. if it rained i would have to take the distributor cap off and wipe out the moisture other wise it wouldn't start.
 

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89 Jeep Grand Waggoneer. Dark blue with the fake wood on it. It was a beast.
 

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Traveling down memory lane... Dark green '49 Ford Pick-up...351 engine, auto Tranny w/floor shifter...Fast as all get out...Bought it for $700...
Man, do I wish I had it today...
 

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1947 Mercury 4 door. I worked on it as much as I drove it as i remember.
 

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My first was a 1966 Corvair Corsica convertible. It was Midnight Lavender with white top and white seats. It had a 4-speed manual transmission with positraction, 140 hp horizontal 6 cyl engine, and 4 single barrel carbs. It was fun to drive. I don't care what Ralph Nader thought.
 

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1957 Ford ,,,, paid $287 ,,,,drove it for nearly 10 years.
 
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