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It's a  tradition in the United States when you turn 16 year's old you get your driver's license after get your driver's license what was your first vehicle that you bought and drove. My first vehicle was 1999 Ford Econoline 350 or E-350 Extended wheelbase Cargo Van with a aftermarket 4wheel drive conversion kit and it came with a 7.3L V8 diesel engine so it was a workhouse a ex- Comcast van  but I was living in a van down by the river

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1 hour ago, Atlantica said:

My first car I owned was a 2004 1.8TDCi Ford Focus LX Mk1 facelift version a full 115bhp 🤣 when it started! 

Better Focus than we  EVER  saw on this side of the pond.  Good for you!!

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6 hours ago, youngone said:

bad boy haha

 

18 hours ago, H.D said:

didn’t own it but my dads mercedes which i would drive without him knowing for like 4 months when i was 16 and the way he found out was when he saw the huge dent in the back🥲

Lucky you:  if it had been  MY  dad's Mercedes, or even the Pontiac, I would not be writing this now:  I'd be   DEAD.
 

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Technically the first car I've owned is my third car since it's registered in my name, so I'll give all three.

First was a 1967 Mgb GT my parents gave me (that we already owned and I only drove five times) 20160817_144412.thumb.jpg.604a42f3e5db1145582d9d5e0ff35a64.jpg

First real car I used (it was my car but in a parents name) was my 2000 BMW 323ci convertible. Manual transmission, lots of fun, power head rests but a manual convertible top lol.

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The first car I've actually owned is my 2012 BMW 650i Cabriolet, and I'm just in love with it.

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3 hours ago, Daddysgums said:

Nice cars the first one is a classic but the btm one is hella dope been in a few of them it's like I felt like James bond luxury all the way 

Thanks man, I seriously love it. Such a comfortable ride, surprisingly practical because it's spacious, and looks very sexy. I also like having a convertible as big as awesome sedan haha. I love a land yacht

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My first car was an Australian model 1990 Ford Fairlane and serviced me well for about 4 years. No A/C, had half the hoses replaced, but it still got me from A to B. Was a beast to drive, but super comfy to sit in. Was just a shame no activity happened in the back 😅

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On 1/2/2022 at 9:21 PM, Admiralolsen said:

My current truck, a 2014 Toyota Tundra with a Procomp lift kit and 38” tires. 

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Wow. That's one whole lot of truck I bet it revs up pretty darn good man.

 

20 hours ago, Daddysgums said:

Nice cars the first one is a classic but the btm one is hella dope been in a few of them it's like I felt like James bond luxury all the way 

Agreed... You cannot beat the vintage classics they are every guys wet dream. Pure gold 

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On 1/3/2022 at 2:46 PM, saggin said:

Technically the first car I've owned is my third car since it's registered in my name, so I'll give all three.

First was a 1967 Mgb GT my parents gave me (that we already owned and I only drove five times) 20160817_144412.thumb.jpg.604a42f3e5db1145582d9d5e0ff35a64.jpg

First real car I used (it was my car but in a parents name) was my 2000 BMW 323ci convertible. Manual transmission, lots of fun, power head rests but a manual convertible top lol.

20170122_171551.thumb.jpg.754b3593b7985388d72217f53d4da7ed.jpg

The first car I've actually owned is my 2012 BMW 650i Cabriolet, and I'm just in love with it.

20191029_171103.thumb.jpg.4fc51c743eff9a04693fe8ae917c4fcd.jpg

Those are nice.

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On 1/4/2022 at 11:44 AM, Lee249 said:

Agreed... You cannot beat the vintage classics they are every guys wet dream. Pure gold 

They're fun, but cost a lot to maintain and aren't great to drive in modern traffic, overhearing was a big issue. Since no one in the family ever drove it, my parents and I ended up deciding to trade it in to a dealer that sells modern and classic cars recently, along with my dad's Jaguar XK for a Range Rover Evoque lol

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I had several vehicles my real first vehicle was 1992 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer edition with 225,000 Miles but back in the early 90's most car's came with 5 digit odometers them I had a 2000 Ford Explorer XLS it was my dad's car he gave to me when gas was at $4.50 a gallon and getting 15MPG  I was going short distance to school and work. I had SUV's and Subaru All Wheel Drive Station Wagon's because it snows a lot in Illinois

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