First car, current one too. Light blue. Engine trouble like you wouldn't believe, exhaust leak that on a bad day looks like a Cheech and Chong movie, and paint that's slowly wearing down to nothing. I can leave it parked with the doors unlocked and the engine running in the worst part of town and no one will steal the thing. And I double its value every time I fill up the gas tank.
1983 Chevy El Camino, the spork of vehicles. It had the 305 engine, a window off track, a door handle that only an inch of it worked, and a camper shell (with carpet in the bed). It was a great starter vehicle. Since it was rear wheel drive and 98% of the weight is over the front tires, you could easily smoke the tires off of the thing. Ah, how I miss it.
VW Bug 1982 :D This car has been in the family since new, first it was my uncle's, later my great grandpa bought it from him, after his death it passes to my grandma, and than... me! Not my current ride though, when I moved it went back to my grandpa. Still works fine... these damn cars can go through hell without having a single problem, only who had one understands the love for this ugly and uncomfortable piece of junk ;D
It was grandma's last car... she didn't drive much in the last couple years; so it had real low miles on it when I "acquired" it from her estate (i.e. Aunt Ruth). I've had it more than 11 years now and I just went over 100K last week.
1974 Dodge Challenger. It was the fastest car in my High School parking lot, no one could touch me. And its the main reason that I turned out to be such a gear-head. My G/F and I would spend all Saturday afternoon working on it and take it our racing in the evening.