I'm not sure if I posted in here before but oh well. The first car that I could call my own is my current DD, '08 Audi A4 (2.0t quattro). Before that, my brother and I shared an '05 Jeep Liberty though he drove it 80% of the time. I wasn't fond of it for most of the time we had it but I grew to appreciate it. It was dependable and was great during the winter months. I did feel a little sad when it was time to turn it in when the lease was up.
Not to offend, but fast Oldsmobiles pretty much stopped existing at the end of the 60's. The only thing they ever made that would make you say "damn that's fast" was the 4-4-2. Which is why I usually refer to Oldsmobiles as "Slow'lds."
Also, clearly your space bar works. Please use it after your periods and commas.
[Pre-Edit] Holy crap, I just looked at your profile and it turns out you're the half-cut-out guy in that picture. Definitely assumed you were the girl in the foreground. My bad.
1982 Pontiac Phoenix (same thing as a Chevy Citation). The thing was potato shaped and potato brown, ran like shit. If you turned it off it couldn't be restarted for 30-60 minutes, but if you left it running it would run until the gas ran out.
The car I learned how to drive on was a 94 VW Golf CL manual with a 1.4L engine. The only dial that worked was the clock, and that was right only twice a day. The only car I stole from home before I got my license to go out with friends, this was my introduction to motoring. I took my driving test in my mom's manual 2002 Honda Civic LE because the instructor wouldn't let me take the test in the Golf, saying some bullshit about "It's not fit for the road." Fuck him, that was a great car.
01 VW Jetta VR6 is the only car I've owned and still do. 250,000 km and still climbing and working perfectly well. About the only repair that I didn't do myself on this car is the water pump, which I had a proper mechanic do. This car is my baby.
Total POS. Floorboards were rusted out, the engine ran great so long as you didn't mess with it, required lead additive when you filled it up and I hated putting the top on it.... so I hardly ever did.
I miss that car as much as I hated having it when something went wrong.
1999 jeep sahara that i bought as a wreck and saved from being scraped when i was 14 that didn't even have a motor in it. it took me two years and a bout 2500 bucks but i brought it back to life. gave it a three inch body lift, 315 size toyo open country all terrain ten ply tires. white paint and white painted hardtop and it was powered by a in line six cylinder i "repurposed" from a 2000 jeep wrangler i found in the same scrap yard.
'89 Jeep Cherokee Pioneer...R.I.P. it was totalled (totaled?) 2 years ago when a drunk driver t-boned me on my way home from my friends house. the crazy thing was; while i didnt know the driver, i definitely knew my 17 year old cousin getting out of the back seat with a bottle of jack in her hand. *sigh* I miss that car so much, we had some good times together. I just wish i still had some pictures of it, but my computer melted down(hard drive) about a week before the accident, and all my pictures went with it. only thing i have is the 4x4 badge from the rear quarter panel. later i decided to save the screaming chicken badge from my mr2 (blown engine)...R.I.P.