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Old 12-07-2009, 12:56 PM
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My first car are a 1987 toyota celica gt which I bought for $1,500.00. I loved that car, it had power windows and sunroof. I remember having issues with my drive axles constantly popping off, untill I had it towed to a shop and they found the issue was broken motor mounts. Once I replaced the mounts I never had an issue, until the MAP sensor decided to crap out and that's when I got rid of her.
 
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Old 12-07-2009, 01:27 PM
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1993 Chevy 1 ton van (g30)... it was fun.. no tach... custom carpertenry/work cage in the back.... driving this when you are 16 was just bad ****....

Also... still have it and has been in the family since it was brand new.... but now she sits around the fathers house without an alternator... is the possible candidate for a rebuild and swap to the blazer
 
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Old 12-07-2009, 05:04 PM
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The blazer I'm driving now
 
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Old 12-07-2009, 05:30 PM
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Originally Posted by wlorton View Post
1993 Chevy 1 ton van (g30)... it was fun.. no tach... custom carpertenry/work cage in the back.... driving this when you are 16 was just bad ****....

Also... still have it and has been in the family since it was brand new.... but now she sits around the fathers house without an alternator... is the possible candidate for a rebuild and swap to the blazer
WOW... Would you look at the rust on that thing LOL.
Seriously though...you had the pimp van at 16? Please tell me there was **** carpet, a disco ball and a mattress in the back and you're kidding about the work shelves??
 
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Old 12-07-2009, 06:02 PM
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I had a 1989 chevy cavalier 4banger.
-Z24 hood swap
-1994 taillight swap
-new front grille
-Z24 spoiler
-aftermarket sunroof (was work in progress)
-1994 Z24 carpeted door panels
-Z24 rear seat
-all pioneer audio
-cold air intake
-custom exhaust
-Z24 rim swap
-Z24 tires



It died back in december of 05, I got the blazer a week later from the dealer at the corner of my street. I actually found it the day my car died which was cool. I remember seeing it and wanting it. Took it for a test drive and I was sold.
 
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Old 12-07-2009, 06:20 PM
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First car driven: 1965 Ford Truck, 1969 Chrysler Station Wagon Town & Country

First car owned: 1962 Ramber American, my dad found it in a field. I gave $200 for it.

196ci flathead 6 cyinder 3speed on the column. Top speed was about 70.

It looked a lot like this. Mine was an ugly green color. It took about me 2 weeks to get it running. The valves were stuck closed.

 

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The Blazer I have right now is the first car I owned.
The first car I drove was a 1978 Ford F-100.
The first car I drove Legally is a 1995 Chevy Suburban K1500.
 
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Old 12-07-2009, 06:52 PM
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first car driven: 1968 Olds Hurst 442 (hardtop, black rally wheels, black leather, silver exterior)

First car owned: 1986 Mazda 626, 5spd, nasty faded gold, 2.2l with a good amount of trans/motor work
 
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Old 12-07-2009, 07:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Sisk View Post
WOW... Would you look at the rust on that thing LOL.
Seriously though...you had the pimp van at 16? Please tell me there was **** carpet, a disco ball and a mattress in the back and you're kidding about the work shelves??
Seriously... funny thing...
Its got a "custom stereo" which was my dad mounting bookshelf speakers so that when he worked out of the van he could hear whilst doing carpentry.. but seriously... full of tools... Had a spare in the back.. two extra rims... a small ladder... various hand tools... some power tools... screamed at 12-14mpg and would do about 90+ when I wanted to... I drove it a few weeks after I got my license and drove it daily to school... it was known as the death van... my Older sister actually drove it as her first car too... lol

But a defining moment in my hs career... getting two girls in the back at the same time..... I wont tell you what we did... just use your imagination
 
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1990 dodge daytona es, mine was white with silver
 

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