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Your car history

Discussion in 'Off Topic Discussion' started by phs, Jun 28, 2017.

  1. rogerazz

    rogerazz 4x4 Earth Contributer

    Some of the cars and bikes we owned.
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  2. rogerazz

    rogerazz 4x4 Earth Contributer

    More.
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  3. Lovey

    Lovey Active Member

    Sorry, no photos of my early ones.

    73 Ford Escort
    83 Ford Meteor
    Suzuki GSX 250
    VL Commodore
    Honda VF 250
    Mitsubishi Magna, this thing helped me build up some serious arm strength, as it didn't have power steering and had super heavy steering.
    Suzuki GSX 600

    All of these ones ^^^^^ were from when I got my licence in 88 to 92 :eek:.

    Nissan Skyline
    Ford Mondeo
    Hyundai i30 and finally onto
    2015 Holden Colorado.

    This lot ^^^^^ were from 94 till now :). It was good to be a young kid with seemingly heaps of spare cash to buy cars and bikes :D.
     
  4. dno67

    dno67 Well-Known Member

    I've always admired those that buy one or two cars in a lifetime, sadly I'm not one of them.
     
  5. MyCrazy80

    MyCrazy80 Well-Known Member

    86 3 cyl Suzuki swift, 98 ford festiva (was a piece of crap always something going wrong with it), 88 VL turbo, 91 GXL 80 series, currently a 95 DX 80 series, the Suzuki and the DX 80 series have been by far the most reliable and in the 4 yrs I had the Suzuki the only thing that ever broke was 1 fan belt and being young and just getting my P's at 16 I was always in the car driving around doing many k's each week and it never cost me more than $30 a week in fuel!! I do wish that I kept that little car as a "run around" as the 80 is a thirsty bugger driving around town with the stopping and starting it can be very costly! But good on the open highway.
     
  6. 03hilux

    03hilux 4x4 Earth Contributer

    Do those people even exist??
     
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  7. dno67

    dno67 Well-Known Member

    Yer, I don't think there's many left.
     
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  8. oldlux

    oldlux Well-Known Member

    I thought I was one of them until I started counting them up:( It's just some of them hung around for ages and others not so much. I had a few bikes in my day too.
     
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