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Old 12-17-2011, 12:29 AM   #1
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The First Car thread got me thinking about what I've owned. Here's the list of ones I can remember right now:
1 '65 Chevy Bel Aire sta. wagon
2 '65 Oldsmobile Jetstar 88
3 '65 Olds Jetstar I
4 '65 Olds Cutlass conv.
5 '69 Chevy 3/4t p/u Camper Special type
6 '66 Chevy Impala conv.
7 '69 MGB
8 '68 Cadillac Sedan De Ville
9 '71 Ford Galaxy
10 '74 VW Beetle
11 '73 Plymouth sta. wag.
12 '65 Dodge A100 window van
13 '72 VW Beetle
14 '71 VW camper
15 '78 VW Westphalia camper
16 '62 Dodge 3/4t crew cab p/u ex USAF flightline vehicle
17 '65 Plymouth Satellite conv
18 '71 Ford F100 p/u step side
19 '73 Ford F 100 p/u utility
20 '68 Chevy Suburban
21 '68 Oldsmobile Delta 88 conv
22 '81 Chevy S 10
23 '80 Ford 1t 12' stake bed
24 '77 Cadillac Sedan De Ville
25 '85 BMW 318 bought it for $1.00 drove it 2 yrs and gave it away in a bar
26 '85 Pontiac Grand Am $300. drove it 3 yrs & sold for $1200
27 '97 Ford F150 XLT still have it-for sale
28 '93 Lincoln TC current
29 '94 Lincoln TC current
30 '06 Ford Explorer just traded for-
31 2011 Hyundai Sante Fe

Hm, not one 4X4. Think I'll have to remedy that soon.

I know there were a few more, but they'll come to me later. I've owned some vehicles a couple of days and the longest about 10 years.

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71 buick skylark
73 chevy pickup
73 dodge dart sport
68 ford pickup
74 pinto wagon
78 chevy monza
70 buick skylark
78 buick regal
67 buick electra 225
80 ford courier pickup
80 IH Scout II
78 IH Scout II
65 IH Scout 80
68 ford E100 shorty van
90 GMC pickup
76 Jeep CJ5
90 Jeep Cherokee Laredo

Not sure if the above is complete and motorcycles is a long list too...

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Wow I havent had that many and I can barely remember these...

'40 Ford Deluxe Coupe.... Still have it, but never have gotten to drive it, some bastard stole my carbs!
'84 Chysler Fifth Ave... I hated that car... I put it though hell, but it would not die!
'80-something Chevy 1/2 ton pickup
'81 Pontiac Grand Prix
'73 International 1110 1/2 pickup... The greatest vehicle ive ever owned, bought it for $300 and drove it for years, I still have it and it runs!!
'97 Cadillac Seville..... My first and last "nice" car... Bought it off a old lady with 50,000 miles on it, killed it by 100,000
'92 Honda Accord.... Was told by "everybody" Toyotas and Hondas run forever... Killed it in a month, so much for that...
'73 International Scout... Always wanted one (it was the reason I got my first IH) I love it, but doors and a roof would be nice....

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80 IH Scout II
78 IH Scout II
65 IH Scout 80
Awesome!! Thumbs up!!
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Awesome!! Thumbs up!!
The 1980 was my daily driver for over a decade.
Great memories of road tripping in the sunshine with my Grandfather in his later years with the convertible top down.
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My list is very short
1- 94 Toyota 4runner-traded in to get #2
2- 02 Subaru Impreza-still have
3- 94 Grand Cherokee-still have

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Neil, actually my plan right now is to sell the 97 Ford p/u and one of the Towncars and pick up a Scout.

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Neil, actually my plan right now is to sell the 97 Ford p/u and one of the Towncars and pick up a Scout.
I think that's a fine idea.
I really enjoyed my Scouts.

My best friend had one at the time too and we would often *Go Scoutin'* after work, meaning we would hang out at his farm and work on our trucks.

We also scrounged in bone yards every chance we got looking for old IH vehicles and buying spares of all types by the truckload.
That was back a few years when the junkyards let you have free reign with your tools to pick and pull whatever struck your fancy.
Now its mostly *cover your ass* from liability.

I've traveled all over God's green pea patch looking for parts and abandoned trucks or to chase down a Scout sighting. It paid off once in awhile but was mostly just plain fun!

NAPA gals knew me by my first name, the used car lots called me if an IH came in and old farmers pointed me toward more parts than I can remember.

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The 1980 was my daily driver for over a decade.
Great memories of road tripping in the sunshine with my Grandfather in his later years with the convertible top down.
Did you like the "old" style Scout or the Scout II better? Right now I drive a Scout II but have a scout 80 I want to fix up (it has the folding windshield, which I miss from my Samurai)
Crap! see I knew I forgot something.. Add a '86 Suzuki Samurai to the list... It was never really a driver, just a toy for out in the desert...

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I think that's a fine idea.
I really enjoyed my Scouts.

My best friend had one at the time too and we would often *Go Scoutin'* after work, meaning we would hang out at his farm and work on our trucks.

We also scrounged in bone yards every chance we got looking for old IH vehicles and buying spares of all types by the truckload.
That was back a few years when the junkyards let you have free reign with your tools to pick and pull whatever struck your fancy.
Now its mostly *cover your ass* from liability.

I've traveled all over God's green pea patch looking for parts and abandoned trucks or to chase down a Scout sighting. It paid off once in awhile but was mostly just plain fun!

NAPA gals knew me by my first name, the used car lots called me if an IH came in and old farmers pointed me toward more parts than I can remember.

Good times.
Same here Im known for collecting IH's "dead or alive".... Ive saved a few from the crusher.. The last 2 Scouts I got were from a scraper, and I had both running in 15 minutes. I cant believe they were going to be crushed!! I parted out the 800 and kept the 80 for a future project..
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1-1990 Plymouth Station Wagon w/ faux wood panels
2-1991 Ford Probe
3-1989 Honda Accord
4-1996 Lincoln Town Car Signature series
5-2008 Scion TC (current)
6- But I spend most of my time in a 40'+ Peterbilt 8-bay Mickey Body

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