I possessed the Reliant — George G. Bright was his name — for a few decades, and how I ever got just one day because vehicle is beyond me (not to mention two — bless you, Carrie and Tammy, wherever you might be). I just can’t imagine a vehicle that would be any less cool… but you could. Were you stuck with an initial car-even more un-hip than my Reliant? Press the ‘remarks’ url below and tell us about this. — Aaron Gold
Picture Chrysler Corp. In 1984, fresh-out of school, my first vehicle was a 1972 yellow Ford Pinto that I acquired for $400. Not just was the magnet and it un-cool, there was also that require to constantly check always the rear-view mirror at stoplights therefore I didn’t turn into a crispy critter. I liked the small animal, although, since it never gave any problems to me.
March 13, 2007 at 8:01 am( 2 ) JV says: My first vehicle was a 1973 Dodge Colt GT. It was a hand-me down from my mother. When I was 16 I learn how to travel on that car and was among the “lucky ones” on my school to own a car without been a rich kid. I used the car through school, and ultimately died following the next engine soften down… My father considered re-building the engine, but there was so much rust onto it that my father chose to get me antoher car… My 2nd car was a 1979 Dodge Colt… Argh!!! In 1977, my first vehicle was a 1964 American (Nash) Rambler. Motorists door didn’t open, 3-speed on the column ransmission frequently got stuck in first and I’d to bang on the transmission tunnel having a sort to have it to transfer, and ultimately the windshield wiper change was broken and I’d to get free from the car and get under the hood to show on the windshield wipers. Incredible I acquired anywhere.
March 13, 2007 at 8:34 am( 4 ) Michael says: A 1976 Mercury Bobcat (i.e Pinto) with front-end damage due to a work in with a cow. Obtained it for $100 and it got me through my senior year in high-school. Even today its still the only real vehicle I know for a reality I could fix with no expensive equipment. Duct-tape anyone??
March 13, 2007 at 8:42 am( 5 ) Bill says: My first vehicle, was 1960 AMC RAMBLER STATION-WAGON my uncle offered me. Not merely was it un-cool, it’d several issues that just wouldn’t quit. However it made a van since the front-seat flattened out towards the straight back and made a bed.
March 13, 2007 at 9:19 am( 6 ) Dave says: absolutely the worst vehicle i’ve ever possessed was a red 1976 Dodge Aspen truck with fake wood outside cut. i purchased it from my dad in 1980 and it was non-stop suffering for that 8 years it was owned by me. swore i’d never get still another chrysler item. By mischance I did so – but that’s still another story.
March 13, 2007 at 9:25 am( 7 ) Tim says: I write this with respect to my brother-in-law. His first vehicle was an orange 1985 Dodge Caravan. He owned it in the moment he was 16 until he was the main way through medical college nine years later. NOTHING with this car worked properly. It had been certainly the vehicle in the world.
March 13, 2007 at 9:34 am( 8 ) Steve says: Hi, I TRULY experience previous, my first car was a 1948 Hillman convertable with a 3-way top. It had been went well, and hand-painted light-blue. The apparatus change was about the left-side of the steering colum, and the pattern was backwards. Unfortunately, it visited the crushers
June 9, 2011 at 11:47 am( 9 ) jaimeburciaga says: if you feel just like you drove among the vehicles straight back then…. listen after I was 12 yrs old to this; my 1st job on the day was to ;crank-up; that old 1939 chev. for my gr.pa.
you’d to ‘stick some type of ;s; formed pole and ; turn the motor by hand;….if that was you lucky day you’d get that thing runing the very first time.
otherways you’d to drive that point ahead a few foots sufficient for your cranckshaft to alter possition. and check it out again. It was early at 5 am..then i learned to enjoy and repair cars….i have’nt learned enough yet. I’ll industry picture;s of
OLD CLUNKERS t anyone. Have some fun. March 13, 2007 at 9:42 am( 10 ) iameriica says: It had been 1986 and I’ve the pleasure of getting a $800 — 1973 Pontiac Catalina for my sweet sixteen. With counter seats and a CB!
My parents were driveways Derby the brand and a Porsche-911 new Nissan 300zx. I didn’t really see how it was fair.
Don’t fear somehow I spoke my mother in to getting me a 1980 RX7 annually later. July 4, 2011 at 12:37 pm( 11 ) Nitemare says: Um, it was fair simply because they gained those cars and you had been GIVEN your vehicle. Your generation believes that they’re eligible for every thing. Also for your generation, you’re completely spoiled as very few people got an automobile for turning 16. I can’t imagine worrying about this.
July 17, 2011 at 12:47 am( 12 ) RReed says: I agree. I’d to buy my first vehicle with my first “real” job’s earnings, despite the fact that at that time my parents had the wherewithal and new automobiles to buy me what I wanted. They impressed upon me their financial knowledge at such a young age that when compared with several kids at my senior school that had new cars, I’m an extremely fiscally responsible and effective person (of the era mentioned by the gentleman above no less). Should have been something in the manner I grew up and the lessons taught. My kiddies won’t get an automobile once they turn 16 I could promise you.
March 13, 2007 at 9:54 am( 13 ) Brent says: First vehicle I ever went? Our previous 1958 EDSEL. They named it “Sunset Coral”, but it was white and pink two-tone.
Vehicle I got my driver’s check in? Mom’s 1974 Pinto. God-awful orange, and the indication failed 500 miles following the 12,000 distance guarantee was up. However it was a hell of easier to parallel park compared to Edsel.
First vehicle I ever purchased by myself? Ok, following the two Ford fiasco’s, I went GM. And bought… *drum move please* A Chevy Vega. Motor have been re-built, and it was cheap enough. And the re-built engine? Put a pole out the part of the block annually later. I thought the rod bolts weren’t torqued precisely, but couldn’t show it at that time.
Therefore there’s my trifecta.
Using a start like this, could it be any wonder my friends believe I’m car-cursed? March 13, 2007 at 10:05 am( 14 ) Susan says: Volkswagen Beetle of indeterminate age. My buddy re-built it, heat never labored, and it died on me one freezing evening.
March 13, 2007 at 10:32 am( 15 ) tim says: in 1997 i was handed supreme 3.8 to a 1985 olds cutlass for my 16th birthday. The vehicle had 150k onto it. The two barrel was shot, there was a broken engine bracket, and there was an exhaust leak. it was a container, and survived until 200k. but using the hub caps and whitewalls it had been extremely un-cool.
March 13, 2007 at 10:51 am( 16 ) Norm says: My first car was an orange 1976 Chevy Chevette. It was beyond uncool with it’s plastic chairs and 90-hp engine. It’d no energy components and an AM radio. The rear seat caught burning since GM forgot to place padding between the seat and the catalytic converter. I said a “vette”, when people asked me what I went. Little did they know it had been a not and Chevette a Corvette! However beats walking, although.
March 13, 2007 at 11:00 am( 17 ) clark says: In 1995 I learned a 1969 rambler with a poor engine. I re-built the on my front porch within my senior year of senior high school. Even though it never used oil and ran clean I’d somehow were able to get about 50% the hp from inventory. I owned it for quite some time before parking it behind my dads store where it sits even today.
March 13, 2007 at 11:21 am( 18 ) jim says: In 1978 my father bought a former state-owned Plymouth Suburban station-wagon that had dogdish hupcaps and rubber ground mats. It was ugly but it’d motor. I beat the!@#$ from that vehicle for around five years until one-day the drive shaft broke off. That vehicle served well. It had been the beer keg toter, served whilst the romantic escape automobile knowing the reason canoe/campmobile,started each morning for swim practice, and more often than once.
March 13, 2007 at 11:28 am( 19 ) Blaine says: My first satisfaction and pleasure was a ’52 Plymouth car. Settled $53.57 and learnrd on the road home from just buying it, that I got a genuine jewel. The leading seat rolled-over backwards, when you move on the gas very difficult and you only saw the roof. The ground was totally rusted out. You found the road below, when you lifted up the ground mats. It had been replaced with a ’53
Ford that I’d 3 non-fault accidents on the road home, from it’s purchase. March 13, 2007 at 11:51 am( 20 ) austin says: my first vehicle was a 1970 ford maverick,gold with one bright fender and four balding wheels however it did possess a 250 six-cylinder which made one hot-rod lmao!!!!!!!
March 13, 2007 at 11:53 am( 21 ) Bob M says: My first vehicle was a 1962 Ford Falcon S/W Un-cool however it was dubbed the luv machine. Lots of space in the rear for any intimate trist at 16. Got in big trouble often in it( Davie and maintained the 4 people aroung, Richie and my buddy Tommy) Always began and got 20 miles to the quart.
March 13, 2007 at 11:53 am( 22 ) Rafael says: First possessed vehicle? in 1964, in Puerto Rico, a two-tone white) and (orange 1956 Nash Rambler. It was loud, it was large, it was slow… However the radio (BIG middle button) worked great!! I usually referred to as a radio which happened to possess an automobile constructed around it. I learned to understand it tne evening a chevelle blew an end sign and I struck it. Rambler 1 — Chevelle 0.
My bumper was only a little tendency, the chevelle needed to be towed.
March 13, 2007 at 11:56 am( 23 ) Kirby says: My first was a 1960 Mercury Comet “three about the tree”. Obtained it for $50, set $45 seat addresses on it, $40 recaps on it, drove it 2 yrs, cleaned it twice, waxed it once and offered it for $100. Had to keep a greasy rag under the motorists seat to wipe my practical since occasionally in a red-light the things might secure and I’d to re-align the gear shift and take the cover to proceed.
March 13, 2007 at 11:59 am( 24 ) hawaiian don says: My buddy and I worked in construction for the uncle, who supplied organization cars…mine was a ’71 Gremlin X…laugh since you may, I believed it was awesome…and certainly much better than my brother’s ’76 AMC Pacer!My car was lime green with Polyglass tires…but greatest of all it tied me around until I acquired my very own first car with all that construction pay…a 1969 Mach 1 Mustang,428 Cobra Jet in lime gold…it handed anything but a gasoline station…boy I liked that car,now if I could easily get that baby back…
March 13, 2007 at 12:29 pm( 25 ) gemphoto says: My first vehicle was a red 1978 Ford Thunderbird with motor that was a hand-me-down from my father. The colour had faded to red, and the plastic top had totally pealed down, so it appeared as if it was bald with a poor sunburn. I used to beat the living daylights out-of it since I went quickly such as for instance a lunatic in those days. I’d it up to 93 mph when it’d 120,000 miles on it and I blew up the motor. I place in an inexpensive re-built engine and then your indication started initially to move immediately.
I exchanged it set for an applied 1984 Toyota Celica GTS, gold. I liked the handling with this car however the engine was a real slug and it was a real rust bucket. After I had 150,000 miles about it that engine also blew up. I contributed it to your pal. He totally stripped it down, put in a Ford 2.3L engine he’d and visited the neighborhood square monitor contests with it. I actually got to complete several laps with it.
And so I went from unpleasant junker to cool junker. =) March 13, 2007 at 12:31 pm( 26 ) John Campea says: In 1990, I got to sail in my own first car…a beige 1983 Cutlas Ciera, having a brown landau roof…what managed to get specific was the bumper sticker about the back…DON’T LAUGH, YOUR DAUGHTER MIGHT BE IN HERE
March 13, 2007 at 12:32 pm( 27 ) Jack says: Just one comment. People who’d American Motors cars win hands-down. Rambler or Gremlin, I can’t even imagine such a thing worse.
March 13, 2007 at 1:05 pm( 28 ) Dave says: After getting my Canadian Air Force pilot Wings, before you can say “it’s time for many individual fun”, I suddenly found myself having a pregnant partner and the requirement to accommodate a newborn in a fundamentally inexpensive but dependable vehicle as I roamed around in one temporary posting to a different. Since it was the sole new vehicle I could swing financially I smartly decided on a 1963 Rambler American 2 home (instantly couldn’t manage a college Impala Empire Simba convertible). It had been a disaster. The change clanked stiffly, and worst still, was the wheels squealed mercilessly whilst the vehicle found a 1/2 distance calm end pursuing full brake application. I then got wise and rapidly replaced it having a 1964 Rambler American Station-wagon (only seller who’d simply take my business and keep my clothing), declaring to myself that certainly it should be a much better vehicle – the commercials said so. I had been wrong. That vehicle spent additional time in the garage than I actually aspired to inside the seat. A couple of Chevys adopted until a devastating 1974 Chevelle (vehicle of the entire year) truck (alias the rusting, gasoline eating junker) unfortunately brought a conclusion to my United States acquisitions. Today Hondas and Toyota grace my garage with little publicity or cost. They even end when I ask, not, I feel, too much to ask in my own dotage.
March 13, 2007 at 1:08 pm( 29 ) Mike J says: My parents had a 61 VW bug that went 0 to 60 in about 4 minutes. You could easily get it-up to 70 mph if you were heading down hill and had a wind at your back. In the 60s, which was un-cool (buddies had Camaros) and Mustangs. All of the time I rode my horse. He was quicker and had a far greater awesome element. But occasionally, I really could push the car my parents had. A 66 Country Squire station-wagon. On Lincolns don’t chuckle, it’d the 428 underneath the cover and every choice not really offered. I believe there have been only 7 made. A truck mightn’t have already been cool but once it left everybody else in the red-light, it was cool. My parents were too wise to I would like to have that much strength frequently at my age. First car I went was a 53 Pontiac Chieftan. Not sure if which was cool or not. Want to own the station-wagon or the Pontiac today. For that guy using the Rambler left out back… time and energy to have it operating. Might be worth some dollars today!
March 13, 2007 at 1:53 pm( 30 ) malcolm hanshaw says: my first vehicle was a 1974 vega that my parents bought me in 1976 it’d 25000 miles on it when bought i drove it for 1.5 decades had 44000 on clock it got 30 miles per gallon gasoline and 20 miles per gallon gas
March 13, 2007 at 2:02 pm( 31 ) Brian says: My first vehicle was a 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger. I was 16, and now I’m 41 and still have the vehicle. It was a 340 car, and I’m placing a competition engine in it for that dragstrip. I’m nearly completed with the motor today) (focusing on it before work.
March 13, 2007 at 2:04 pm( 32 ) Bob P says: My first vehicle was a 1966 Plymouth Valiant. Turquiose having a brown inside, 170 C.I. Six-cylinder with 3-on-the-tree. I forced it for three years till it spun a rod bearing and purchased it from the local police chief for $200. I got $50 in the boneyard and then junked it. I hope that I’d it now to fall a 440 or Hemi in it and visit the monitor, (desire on).
Wonderful post, I really like everyone’s stories. My father and uncle had corresponding red ’66 Rambler American convertibles. Exactly what a handful of nerds!! March 13, 2007 at 2:09 pm( 33 ) big previous cat says:
1982 Pontiac J2000. Weak, weak motor. Action on the fuel and the rabbit underneath the cover might complain “Who, me?” March 13, 2007 at 2:28 pm( 34 ) mikem says:
My parents gave me there previous 4 door sedan 1961 Dodge Pioneer when I was 16.A brake point failed in a stop signal in regards to a month after I got it & I broadsided an automobile, totaling it.
March 13, 2007 at 2:53 pm( 35 ) Matt Wright says: Great subject! My first vehicle was a doo-doo-brown ’79 Pontiac Grand Prix. I exchanged a Honda scooter because of it (this is prior to the times of “mod” scootering). The bench seat was shredded, which wouldn’t have irritated me therefore much except that I’d to slip across it each time I experienced the vehicle — the driver’s door didn’t open. On warm days I could dive in Dukes of Hazzard design, but I’m not-too acrobatic which means this tended to bring about injury.
March 13, 2007 at 2:54 pm( 36 ) Rick says: My 1st was a 1964 Renault Dauphine. It had been the point on four wheels. It’d a computerized indication. Push-button on the dash selection for the 3-speed car. I truly hated it. So much so, that I wound up totaling the vehicle before it had been a year-old.
March 13, 2007 at 3:00 pm( 37 ) Mike says: A 52 ex-police chevy. Place wear chair covers and a ground switch. Didn’t require akey to show the activate just drive the starter button. Occasionally caught in 1stgear possible defective shifter deploy.
Drove it sold for $200 and 4 decades. March 13, 2007 at 3:18 pm( 38 ) J R says: My first vehicle was a blue 1970 four-door Plymouth Fury III. All of the Arkansas State Trooper vehicles were exactly the same color. Harassed lots of individuals with that car. Both things I remember concerning the car was that the window released right on my right leg when it rained and I went over your dog after and the car until I exchanged it rattled from that time.
March 13, 2007 at 3:27 pm( 39 ) ernest says: First vehicle driven: metallic natural 1974 Gran Torino. First vehicle owned: 1974 Subaru 1600. Released gas after dark front primary seal faster than you can pour it in, but it got 40-mpg on the highway. It was when I got it a cast-off, I quit on it when the alternator died and a reman was cited at $300 for that part. No interweb in those times, eh?
March 13, 2007 at 4:01 pm( 40 ) Steve says: My first vehicle was a ’71 Valiant 4 door… I moved up to purple ’74 Gremlin X having a 304 v8.
March 13, 2007 at 4:04 pm( 41 ) jesse says: sorry men but i defenitly possess the worst first vehicle. My mother just purchased a brand new rehabilitation cruiser and I was fortunate enough to receive her old car. It a 1994 Dodge Caravan copmlete with peeling paint and damaged sliding door. Fortunate Me!
After I was 11 years of age March 13, 2007 at 4:14 pm( 42 ) Bob A says:, my mom let me obtain a 1956 Ford four-door sedan for $20. It never went, but a buddy I would like to mess around with it and keep it within their storage. When I was 15, I got a 1955 Chevy 2 door Belair. It never went possibly. I offered it for $150 and purchased it for $125. Boy I wish I’d that car today! My first car that went was a 1966 Mustang that I bought for $400. The very first evening I’d it, it died since the gas pump went
March 13, 2007 at 4:26 pm( 43 ) HDS says: 1983 Datsun King taxi, red color fadded to red. Corrosion openings how big my foot in the bed. Not so elegant but extremely trusted, all I actually did was give it a tune-up and oil changes. Obtained it for $400 bondoed the rust painted it and offered it to a Mexican man for $1200
March 13, 2007 at 4:27 pm( 44 ) Dan A says: 1963 Chevy II, white 4-door sedan, 6-cylinder, 3-speed on the line, no radio, no A/C, orange vinyl/cloth table seats…purchased after it had been completely used-up by our local utility company. And I was happy to possess it like a soph in school! Just significant problem was the shift linkage regularly hung-up when I stopped and experimented with downshift from 3rd to 1st. So all my times needed to be physical enough to jump out, run to the entrance, open the hood, hit the linkage near the steering column, and jump back to the car. No ditzy blonds for me personally.
March 13, 2007 at 5:39 pm( 45 ) ethuey says: My first vehicle was a 1960 Chevy pickup having a 2-speed automatic “power glide” transmission. It had been so slow. I told my father that i hated to be viewed in it since it was so ugly. He smiled and said “mission accomplished.”
My first son or daughter to push will receive a 1994 buick roadmaster wagon, filled with a red interior…or and simulated wood-grain paneling a bus pass.
March 13, 2007 at 5:52 pm( 46 ) KC says: Now it was a tacky, but surprisingly great car. A 1980 Ford Pinto, 4 spd guide. What exactly, you say? It had been painted Starsky & Hutch red and white paint scheme. Really uncool!! But I purchased it for $650 and never put a penny in to it…now that’s and sold it 2 yrs later for $750 awesome!
March 13, 2007 at 6:12 pm( 47 ) Rob says: Got you all beat; my brother offered a ’48 Crosley to me after I was a Jr. in HS. Semi-convertible, with mechanical brakes that just slowed you a little. 25 HP, with 3 on the ground, what there is of it; could begin to see the street through the majority of it. Top speed around 45mph. Place in a metal ground and drove it until college. Not-too cool with the girls, but got lots of looks from individuals who didn’t understand what it had been
March 13, 2007 at 6:25 pm( 48 ) Michael Michael M says: My first vehicle was a 1961 Volkswagen Beetle. It had been for sale on somebody’s entrance lawn for $200. I told the person that I only had $75 and he explained take it-I want to buy off my lawn.
It’d all 36 horse-power. (quickest thing on the street from 0 to 10 feet!) There is no gas gauge, only a handle on the ground which you turned once the car began sputtering out. It gave you about 40 more miles to make the journey to a gas station. Next time you ran out of gas you truly were out of gas, if you forgot to show the lever-back after filling. (I forgot often).
It went permanently on $2 worth of gasoline. I’d a crank with that vehicle. I used it to get a full-year and never had to place a cent into it. Oh, yes. The vehicle was so rusty you could see sunlight arriving across the edged of the ground pan.
Wow, thanks for the thoughts. March 13, 2007 at 6:32 pm( 49 ) fred says: My first un-cool vehicle was a 1978 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon…It was a tank…nice trip and it kept 4 kiddies and two people on several long trips with no felonies being determined.
March 13, 2007 at 6:51 pm( 50 ) Ed M says: My first was a 1967 Opel Kadet M Wagon. Off orange with dark interier. It kept going and going and going. Really, perhaps better then a number of my newer ones……..
March 13, 2007 at 7:37 pm( 51 ) WHG 1158 says: First Vehicle I Actually Was My parents 1958 Plymouth Fury Wagon And 1966 Plymouth Belvedere II They certainly were Both rode and drove Such As For Instance A Sherman Container And Got Poor Gasoline Milage
First I Acquired Was My Sisters Passed Down 1970 Plymouth Duster 225 C.I.D Slant6 Cylender It was a black crimson metallic that’s where there was paint quit that hadn’t blistered and taken off of the vehicle and lacking the wheel covers
March 13, 2007 at 8:05 pm( 52 ) Mrod says: 87 sentra that I purchased from my mother when I was 18. Zero energy, plastic chairs, pale bumpers, but it ran such as for instance a champion. Fundamentally offered it for 1000 dollars to start my plunge in to the Honda tuner marketplace, haven’t looked back after 15 years of changing.
March 13, 2007 at 8:16 pm( 53 ) Todd B. says: My first vehicle was a 73 Caprice Estate station-wagon with wood-grain. I went that for just two months, wrapped it around a pole on a frozen cold temperatures evening and was presented with my 2nd vehicle, A 78 Dodge Omni, also with wood-grain. Not just was the Omni stuck with wood-grain, it also had a leaking valve cover gasket that permitted it to possess a permanent gas reviewed internal smell. You’d stay at a light and people would decide to try and tell me my motor was unstoppable, but I’d tell them it was only gas burning from the back of the block. Then it started to burn up gas from the tailpipe also. I wound up placing in regards to a quart per week in to the Omni. Within 2 yrs it’d been totaled by the insurance provider, twice, neither my fault. And feel it or not I was actually in a position to make use of the completely reclining entrance buckets for God’s intended purpose also, God bless the charity in those young women minds..
March 13, 2007 at 8:30 pm( 54 ) BJ Killeen says: My pleasure and pleasure was my 1976 Pinto hatchback that I couldn’t even drive home from the dealer since I hadn’t discovered how to drive a stick-shift. My father ultimately taught me, and I consequently taught the remainder of my friends. It had been dim metallic brown with yellow and orange “pinstriping” (acutally tape) from the A towards the B-pillars only in the beltline. Yowza. Submiting my last last at UCLA, I was free for summer time. I left the Pinto up by northern university (illegally, because I was just gonna work in and fall off my report), went straight back, started it up, and stepped on the clutch which promptly experienced the ground. Had to get towed to the dealer, plus pay for the solution for the illegal parking….nice begin to summer. Purchased the 1981 Honda CRX…which and bought it for $1,200, co-incidentally, Aaron Gold is still the proud owner of 1 that needs to be right here since it’s wayyy previous its prime…
March 14, 2007 at 1:16 am( 55 ) David W says: I’d ten years previous 1968 Plymouth Fury lll, jade green metallic using the 70′s green shag rug, haze lights, magazine wheels and glass bunch mufflers. It had been the absolute most uncool car you can imagine for a higher school child. However for some purpose, thinking back onto it sure brings a laugh. Thanks for that chance to re-live these difficult but great times! Incidentally, I bought the vehicle after 4 or 5 years of hard driving. It’d about 200,000 miles on the odometer, and made an excellent first vehicle for another 16-year old driver who was geeky enough to consider it was cool. Go figure!
March 14, 2007 at 1:51 am( 56 ) Aaron Gold – Cars Guide says: These are some good comments… I’m experience better and better about my Reliant constantly. Maintain ‘em coming.
PS – BJ – That will be less awesome – my crummy-looking CRX or, say, a white Nissan pickup with automatic transmission and a vinyl bench seat? Not that I’m talking about *your* white Nissan pickup with automatic transmission and a vinyl bench seat, obviously, since I have could need to use it again some day…
March 14, 2007 at 7:33 am( 57 ) Keith S says: ’65 Rambler American Station-wagon, passed “coral” color ( red ) Paid $15 for this trigger the clutch was gone. When the clutch was replaced by me went wonderful. Wonderful motocross vehicle, my pal in Senior School had we’d competition and a ’66 Rambler truck about the track. Definitely NOT really a chick magnet though
March 14, 2007 at 7:41 am( 58 ) TokioOkie says: My first car was a 16-year old 1937 Ford V8-60 Business Coupe, which was really born in 1936, when I was. Plenty of fun but no “real” appointments. Oh, I forgot physical wheels! What fun to adjust.