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Old 01-10-2011, 12:36 AM   #1
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So we all have one yah know ''the one that got away''

In this case im asking what vehicle(*) have you owned that you have or still regret getting rid of

For me it would have to be my SSEI...The cancer was bad..couldve fixed it..Shatterd flywheel tore up tc.Should've fixed it...
I miss my ssei dearly and kick myself in the rear everyday...I plan to get another one come spring...A nicer one i have to have one just like my last one identical just cosmetically nicer....How about you???
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Old 01-10-2011, 02:13 AM   #2
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84 Camaro for me. Came with a 2.8. Upgraded to a 350. Beatiful red finish and pretty blemish free. Sat on airshocks and huge Cragar slots and Mickey Thompsons 50'*. Cancer ate the frame under the fill cap from behind to in front. I didn't see it coming. RIP.
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My 2001 TJ, was the first Jeep the wife and I bought, was the wife'* DD before she started working from home then it became mostly a toy.Soft top, 5 speed, 4.0, 33" MT/R on stealies, Danna 44s with locking rear. No she wasn't as built up as some but we could get her just about anywhere. loved taking the top off and pulling the back seat out and filling the rear with pillows then hit the drive in movies.

Hated selling it two summers back, back needed the money when I quit my job and was getting started in a new field. Now things a back to where we were and I'm thinking we'll pick up another '00 - '03 TJ in the coming summer.
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My first car, 99 Bonneville SLE. Didn't have a single problem with it the entire time I owned it other than a dead battery a week after I started driving it. The black paint job was near perfect and shined like it just came off the show room floor. Black interior with the most comfortable seats you've ever sat in. I've got some pictures sitting on the hard drive at home somewhere.

Sunroof quit working and while I was in getting prices for having it fixed I saw the SSEi, drove it, and bought it.
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I got 3 of em... My 93 Sonoma SLE 4wd! Stout truck! WCode 4.3, complete set of underbody skid plates, 4l60e trans, drive train was bulletproof.


and my 1993 SE Custom. Put alot of time into her! Great car



and lastly my 1979 Trans Am with a 400sb. Never got to see what she could do. :(
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I miss my 71 Javlin (304ci) and my 74 AMX (401ci). The javlin was stolen one night and found wrapped around a telephone pole and the AMX I sold to go back to college. I'm still driving my first Bonneville
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Well for me (lol) back in christmas of 2000 when i was 4, i got this great awesome powerwheels chevy silverado. it was silver with 2 wheel drive and went about 5 miles per hour :P

No but i was a great toy. i could remember crying when the battery went out on it after hours of driving it around the yard. i was fascinated alot with it. When i moved to georgia, i played with it alot till i turned 7. i left it in the backyard sitting next to the air conditioner for the next 3-4 years. i occasionally took it out and drove it...but it wouldn't drive in the grass anymore because it was 1 wheel drive now XD. We finnaly just cut it up in bits and pieces and throw it away. I guess you could say thats what got me started on my GM addiction
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wow dude, way to make me feel old lol
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