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post #19 of 23
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Originally Posted by Always an 80 View Post

Every now and then my wife will ask me if I am rueful about the Buick. I tell her it was just a material object while she is the love of my life.

I will remind her of the Buick however if she ever questions a set of new clubs and updated bag and accessories! lol. Don't judge me too harshly guys. Clubs and some new stuff for my last big golf purchase is not even comparable to the cost of that car. Even if I golf twice a week for the rest of my life she knows she still came out ahead!! But I know she wont ever say anything about golf. She knows how much I love her. She is a really cool gal.

 

Nice, :-D

post #20 of 23
It would be easy for me to identify my two favorite owned cars: 1970 Plymonth "Cuda" 340 cu in with pistol grip shifter and 1971 BMW 2002. two different types of cars for sure, but if it had to go down to my favorite it would have to be the BMW, a great package combo of handling and performance especially for a 4 banger, from the days when you could buy one new for $3750 man do I miss those days............
post #21 of 23
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Originally Posted by sportsnut View Post

It would be easy for me to identify my two favorite owned cars: 1970 Plymonth "Cuda" 340 cu in with pistol grip shifter and 1971 BMW 2002. two different types of cars for sure, but if it had to go down to my favorite it would have to be the BMW, a great package combo of handling and performance especially for a 4 banger, from the days when you could buy one new for $3750 man do I miss those days............
I wanted to post about the '70 Cuda as it's my all time favourite muscle car but I've never owned one so I didn't. Thanks for letting me enjoy yours vicariously!
post #22 of 23

1967 Alfa Romeo Guilia Super was my first car and like your first love will always have a soft spot in my heart.

 

I learned to drive a stick shift in this car by placing a brick behind the rear wheel in my hilly back alley many moons ago.

 

The handling and road feel was fantastic,  I miss this car and would consider restoring one in the future.

post #23 of 23

 

'81 Toronado, given to me c.'92 by my dear old Dad. 

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