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Car or truck you wished you still owned? - 11-29-2012, 09:52 PM

Had a 67 BB SS 427 chevelle convertible at age 19 in 1984. Sold it for 3200$ at age 23.. Boy was I stupid when I was young. Lol..So fess up guys and any pics would be cool cause I love seeing things people do to cars.
   
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I only drive a Grand Cherokee and nothing after the 2004 model...Love the style and haven't seen anything that has caught my mind...Wouldn't matter if I had to rebuild the entire engine as long as I was keeping the body in great shape!! Been driving those since '99

As for cars that I miss...I miss the camero z28, the iroc z (which I learned how to drive in), and the monte carlo bored out 3 speed that we made for 1/4 mile drag races that were around on the naval base here back in the day...I also had a tricked out, super'd up honda civic coupe (looked like just out of fast and furious with all the specs, including noz, lol)...dumbed it back down and sold it to my mother-in-law for $3k...Don't miss that car any though, too much of a 'g' car...Still looks nice and finally broke 100k miles and it was a '99.....


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My '83 Porsche 911 SC Cabrio. Guards Red. Most fun car I ever had. My lawyer had me do a quick sale before divorce depositions years ago. I took a nice loss too. I still think about that car. FUCK!
   
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'69 Charger R/T 440. Just had too many people with no insurance bang it up
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Last car was an 11 Subaru STI, wish I had it just for winters. Traded it for a Boss 302 which I do not think I will ever sell!
   
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I had a 1971 BSA 750 Lightning. This is a rare British motorcycle. I bought it because it was made the year i was born. There were only 202 of this particular model made. I sold it when I moved from Pittsburgh to the south. I wish i still had it.
Just a little trivia. BSA stood for Birmingham Small Arms. The company was a weapons manufacturer in WWII. After the war they converted the factory to make motorcycles.
   
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BSA stood for Birmingham Small Arms. The company was a weapons manufacturer in WWII. After the war they converted the factory to make motorcycles.
Did it have any built-in hidden guns or secret spots to conceal any
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Had a 1960 Dodge Pioneer. Only made them for 2 years. Very rare. Push button transmision and tons of chrome. Recently had an opportunity to buy it back but needs a ton of work. Will probably pass, but sure was a cool car.
   
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Did it have any built-in hidden guns or secret spots to conceal any
No, but that would be cool. The particular model i had was strictly produced for road racing. Thats why only 202 were made. The rule state that to enter into the AMA 750cc class, you had to have a production motorcycle. Production meaning any model that had atleast 200 in production. This motorcycle was normally offered in a 650cc only. The race in 1971 was based on 750cc motorcycles. So they produced this limited production 750cc model just for racing.
No hidden weapons though.
   
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70 olds 442. My first car in highshool. Did not know how much I loved that car till later.T
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'66 Mustang with a 302. Ran 10 flat in the quarter and I could still drive it on the street. Loved that car but was going to end up in jail or dead if I kept it.
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I had a 1971 BSA 750 Lightning. This is a rare British motorcycle. I bought it because it was made the year i was born. There were only 202 of this particular model made. I sold it when I moved from Pittsburgh to the south. I wish i still had it.
Just a little trivia. BSA stood for Birmingham Small Arms. The company was a weapons manufacturer in WWII. After the war they converted the factory to make motorcycles.
Well most know i'm a bike guy at heart. That 750 lightning is off the hook. Be worth some big $$$$ today. I do miss my last turboed
busa . Sold it for another project that went nowhere. That was my daily bike . 32o hp 165 ft pounds torque. That one always felt fast.
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None really. Once I get tired enough to sell it,,,I'm already over it and moved on,,,no looking back. Vehicles are like PC's and TV's as soon as you buy one,,,a better more advanced version is coming out.
   
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