A 1984 Ford Mustang, shortly after my 16th birthday (1990).
Rampart, this is Squad 51. How do you read?
[IMG]car4[/IMG]My first car was a 1969 AMC Javelin SST. The original 390 V8 was replaced with a 429 dual quad BOSS motor. I sold the car in 1987 for 500 dollars. Have regretted it ever since.
69 javelin.jpg I found a picture of my 69 amc Javelin SST. that car was scary fast, it is a wonder i did not crash it at only 16 years old. I have never driven another car even close to the pick up that old Javelin had. If gas could only be 29 cents a litre once again, and with lead in it. The only bad thing about the car was it had vaccuum powered windshield wipers.
Well, technically, it was a 1975 Toyota Corolla...my ex-hubby boiught it for me to learn to drive in, and I never did. The one I actually learned in was a 1980 VW Rabbit, (automatic).
"Do you believe, you believe in magic?
'Cos I believe, I believe that I do,
Yes, I can see I believe that it's magic
If your mission is magic your love will shine true."
A 1979 Pontiac Catlina 4 door Brown when I was 16. it had been my moms car and they got so low a trad eoffer dad let me buy it from them for $800.00 (and of course the insurance payment) It had a 355 v8 (GM B body like the 77-85 caprice) vynl seats (brown). It died about a year later - there was a spot where the road dropped sharply and at 60 you could get airborne. id's done it losts of times but this tume when I had my dukes of hazaard jump as the car crested down I saw a 29 ft straight body truck in my view and brakes don't work in the air.i slammed into the chasis where the cab joined the box. the front end crushed to about 2 feet, the hood came off the hinge and shot through the windsheild coming to rest inches from my face but the only injury was a brush burn on my neck from the seatbelt. I still have a soft spot for that car