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6-14-2010 2:19 AM #1
Aczarnecki
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Joined: 12-22-2008
Location: Windsor Locks, CT
What was your first car?
I was wondering what your first cars were. I have a hunch that the mustang bug got many of us early in our driving careers.
My first car was a 1992 Mustang Convertible, bright calypso green with a white roof and grey cloth interior. It was fully loaded, and extremely economical because it had a 2.3 L 4 cylinder. It even had a weight reduction (lots of rust) on it that gave it more Character.
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6-14-2010 2:46 AM #2
jerryrp
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Joined: 7-2-2009
Location: Advance, Indiana
Real Name: Jerry R. Parsley Sr.
Mine was a 55 chev. in 1966. mods, was 409 stuffed under the hood, 4 sp muncie. 2dr green, no chrome, nerf bars for bumpers. baby moon hub caps, staggered oversize tires.Viet Nam runied my hopes for a 67 GTA limegreen. Then two many kids to fit in one in the later yrs. Best chance was my 06.I got it.


Post last edited by jerryrp on 6-14-2010 2:55 AM


Jerry    LLR00586
MCA    79348
Roush CAI, Hypertech tune, Steeda underdrive pulley
Roush window louvers,Hurst Billit,comp/plus 5 spd shifter, CDC Shaker scoop, 8" shorty antenna,SHR lower grille inserts, Web Electric Sequenitals, Rear Deck Black Out Panel, Stack Racing 18x9 Front 18x10 Rear, Deep Dish Black Wheels 255/45/18 front 275/40/18 rear
Redline hood struts, Pypes Bombs axlebacks,FRRP X-Pipe

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6-14-2010 4:09 AM #3
Lime4me
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Posts: 137
Joined: 5-9-2008
Location: Nebraska
Real Name: Jeff
My fist car was a spotless red and black 2+2 mustang.  I worked my butt off for that car, taking as many hours at the local burger king as I could and mowing lawns.  My father told me that I had to buy my own car and first six months of insurance (there was no free lunch here).  It was a great car, I had it for seven months until I was T-Boned.  I learned no matter how hard you worked for something, someone could take it away from you in a blink of an eye.  A lady looking for her cigarette that she dropped on the floor ran the red light about 45- 50 miles per hour and hit me, my knees went through the dash and head smacked the side pillar and windshield.  The lady didn’t seem too concerned about my condition; she stood on the side of the road and puffed away on her cigarette as my friend tried to help me out of the car.  She had no driver’s license, insurance or registration.  We took her to small claims court and were awarded the full amount but in the end all I got was $25 dollars out of her, the car was worth $4600. After that all I could afford was a science experiment mustang, that’s where I learned how to turn wrenches.  My $375 mustang found every penny I had and wanted more on a weekly basis.  All in all I have had 9 mustangs (that I can remember anyhow).  Looking back I have some great memories behind the wheels of those cars and still to this day making new ones in the 06 we have now.

Jeff


Stock 06 GT Convertible, leather charcoal, Auto, Shaker 1000, 27K. From the country of Nebraska next to Canada. Bring your passport.
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6-14-2010 4:29 AM #4
LeonSORTX
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Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Real Name: Leon
First car was a 76 Ford Pinto Stationwagon ..... It was lime green too!! A lot of good memories in that P.O.S. ......


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6-14-2010 5:46 AM #5
4LiterLimer
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Posts: 200
Joined: 9-8-2009
Location: Nashville, TN
Real Name: Dillon
I'm kind of embarrassed to say it...but see the sig. :)

I'm extremely lucky, and I'm incredibly thankful for it. Words can't express how grateful I am that my parents bought this for me.

I have to pay for gas an insurance, which kind of sucks because being a teenager, I drive like I stole it occasionally and I've been rewarded for that with a ticket. But it hurts so good.


2006 Legend Lime V6 - Totaled :(

New ride: 2005 Sonic Blue V6
Mods (lots of them!) and Pictures here!

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6-14-2010 11:43 AM #6
FirebirdTN
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My very first was a 79 Firebird, but I didn't have that car long (got in some serious trouble with the law).

So, I consider my 2nd car as my first REAL car.

It was a beautiful 1969 Ford Fairlane, LIME gold of course-which is the main reason I wanted my 06 LL GT.

Bought the Fairlane in 88 or thereabouts-42K on the clock, and EVERY aspect of the car verified the milage.  If only I had that car now...Unfortunately, being my only means of transportation, and being young and stupid, and in the military two states away from home, caught the milage up with the age.  The car did break down occasionally, but NEVER left me stranded.  Sooooo easy to work on.

It had an odd package:  351W, FMX tranny, 9" rear, had a trim package (extra chrome), but NO PS, PB, or Air.  Did have an AM radio though!

It was IDENTICAL to this one, except the wheels.  I had torque thrust-Ds installed, with the centers painted green to match the car:

http://www.fairlaneclubofamerica.com/...d=6804&pp=1

-Alan


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6-14-2010 12:31 PM #7
LLShelbyGT
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Location: Clayton, NC
Real Name: Russ
My first car was a 1967 Chevy II. Wish I never sold it. My second car, which I still have (doing a frame restoration) is a 1976 Pontiac Trans Am. My third and forth cars were a 1996 Firebird Formula and a 2001 V6 Firebird. Then I got the beauty I have now.


"KRYPTONITE"
LLR#0042
2005 Mustang GT Coupe / Deluxe Interior Package / Dark Charcoal Cloth /
1 of 248
1 of 1 2005 Shelby GT Tribute w/Silver Stripes
California Special/Shelby GT Front Fascia
California Special/Shelby GT Side Scoops
California Special/Shelby GT Rear Fascia
Shelby GT Hood Scoop
Silverhorse Racing Flush Mount Side Louvers
FRPP Cold Air Kit and Tune
Pypes "Pype Bomb" Axlebacks
Hurst Short Throw Shifter
Carroll Shelby Signature CS66 Gloss Black Wheels 18x8.5(front) 18x9.5(rear)

Born: 05/05/05  Corraled: 05/23/05

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6-14-2010 12:42 PM #8
mustangbaxter
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Location: Private Chef To The Ladies At the World Famous Bunny Ranch
Real Name: Tim
My first car, is sitting right next to my limer.  Its a 1971 ford mustang 351 boss.  Mom ordered it brand new with power windows, A/C Auto, and the 351 boss in it!!

Tim

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2005 GT, you guess the color
5 speed, Shiney Dash, Tan Dead Cow Seats, Shaker 1000,Painted Side Mirrors, Sequential Lights, Ghost Flames on the hood, Honey Comb panel on the back from Silver Horse Racing.

Owner of the Edelbrock E-Force SuperCharger #0001
420 RWHP sae corrected / 400 RWTQ sae corrected. After a retune from Edelbrock.  found 20 more pony's!!!

LL # 0018
I Forgot What I Was Going To Put Here....

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6-14-2010 1:16 PM #9
gtpuller
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Location: Irmo, SC
Real Name: Steve
 1967 Chevrolet Corvair Monza with 4sp and sport interior. Ralph Nader was an idiot. High school buddy's dad was the local Chevy garage mechanic and a Corvair specialist. Zippy car and handled well for its day. Gas was expensive at 32 cents a gallon (for high test) oil checked, windows cleaned, and probably a free glass or other promotional trinket that gets lots of money at garage sales.
Damn... I'm old, but what a life so far.



gtpuller
irmo motorsports
Turning hydrocarbons into noise since 1955
Oliver LLR0203, 'mater, & millie. Tractors digger GTX, cyclops, & rolling rock. Oh... and a bicycle named six.
MCA#67770
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6-14-2010 4:08 PM #10
richabr
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Joined: 1-11-2007
Location: Linden, VA
New 1969 Formula "S" Barracuda fastback. 340 W/Torqueflite. Color was like an army green. Ran like a scalded cat and beat a lot of big blocks. Traded it in for a 71 Challenger with a 318. Regretting it ever since.

Rich

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6-14-2010 9:41 PM #11
wboehmert
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Real Name: Werner

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6-14-2010 9:44 PM #12
wboehmert
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Location: Wausau, WI
Real Name: Werner
that was a brain fade....
try again...

1963 Dodge Dart GT...with the big 225 slant 6...

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6-14-2010 10:11 PM #13
desertdog21
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Posts: 259
Joined: 11-14-2009
Location: Floresville, TX
Real Name: Bobby
1969 Chevy Camaro, 327 power-glide, hugger orange, black vinyl top


LLR# 0622
2006 Premium, V6, 5 Spd Auto, Pony Package, Medium Parchment Cloth, Interior Upgrade
Adrian was born Feb 9, 2006; adopted Oct 28, 2009, 1 of 374

***Performance Mods***
FRPP CAI, SCT SF3 Tuner w/ BAMA Tune, Dual Exhaust w/ Flowmaster Original 40 Series

***Appearance Mods***
Retro USA Chrome-Tech Bumpers, Aeroform Chin Spoiler, AM Retro Hood Scoop, AM Black Bullitt Fuel Door, AM Under Hood Dress Up, AM Hood Struts, Lloyd Mats Pony Tri-bar Floor Mats, Chrome Pony Aux Pwr Plug


6-14-2010 10:58 PM #14
Mustang30212
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Posts: 402
Joined: 6-21-2009
Location: Columbus, Ga
1968 Chevy Impala 2-door Sport Coupe 327 Turbo400...and yes...it was green. In fact..the green was really close to P1...not sure what Chevy called it.

RH


2005 Legend Lime GT Roush M90 Supercharger Tuned by Injected Engineering Brembos Up Front Eradispeeds Out Back FRPP K Springs Shelby Struts/Shocks and Rims CHE Relocation Brackets SpyderShaft 4" D/S MORE BOOST TO COME!!
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6-14-2010 10:59 PM #15
LL05GT
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Location: Earth, Orion Spiral Arm, Milky Way Galaxy, Universe
Real Name: Jeff
Baby crap yellow, three speed standard, four hampstered.............'71 Chevy Vega Hatchback.


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2005 GT / #37,015 of 159,587
1 of 7,680 2005 Legend Lime Mustangs
~*~ LLR0217 ~*~
Long gone...but not forgotten
2006 GT / #139,314 of 165,762
1 of 6,147 2006 Legend Lime Mustangs

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6-14-2010 11:03 PM #16
JPPony
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Posts: 438
Joined: 6-30-2009
Location: Lost Wages, NV
Real Name: John & Steph
1967 Chevy Nova, Rootbeer color, straight 6, 3 on the tree


LLR#  584
MCA# 77628
MAA# 190
1 of 6 Manufactured
2005 Premium "Vert" Black, Dark Charcoal Dead Cow Skin, Auto, IUpgrade My Color Dash, Exterior Sport, PIONEER AVH-P3200BT , 18" 2010 Rims

MODS:______________________________________
1. Drop-in K&N, 2. Scott Drake Sequencers, 3. Billet Seat Levers,4. Scott Drake Stainless under hood Bolts, 5. "The Legend" Chrome Door Sill Plates, 6. LLR Engine Plaque, 7. LLR Dash Plaque, 8. Magnetic Black Out Panel, 9. NXT Hood Lifts, 10. Moroso Fuse Box cover, 11. Moroso Brake Fluid Tank Cover, 12. Mustang Billet map light cover, 13. GT500 Strut Tower Brace, 14. Dual Custom Xpipe to GT Mufflers w/tips, 15.Black Hood Pins, 16. 69 Grill w/TriBar Pony, 17. Green LED Trunk Lights, 18. 4.0 Emblems, 19. Black FORD & MUSTANG Letters

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6-15-2010 1:36 AM #17
2005160964
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Location: ontario
Real Name: J sharpe
1968 volswagon beetle. First learned to drive manual then. many years ago now.
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6-15-2010 1:54 AM #18
jacostang
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Posts: 510
Joined: 8-27-2006
Location: Mesa, Arizona
My first Car was a 1970 Buick LaSabre 2 door sedan, it as very cool 400 Small Block and my first brand new car is in this picture, the white 1987 GT Vert, still in the garage w/190.000 miles and still going strong!


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6-15-2010 2:51 AM #19
PyroPony
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Posts: 378
Joined: 8-18-2009
Location: Pacific Northwest
First car I drove (learned on and used for a few years) was a 1970 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron, Dark Metallic Blue with a White Vinyl top, Big 440, Holley 4-barrel and auto 727.  She was a land yacht and could probably hide as many bodies in the trunk as it could carry passengers, but she could also get up and go.  My high school buddy couldn't believe it when I jumped at a light fully loaded with passengers and he couldn't get by in his '72 Mustang(351).  I will say he was limited by a 2-barrel carb, but the look on his face was priceless none the less.

First car I purchased was a '76 Malibu Classic - White with Red interior and had the swivel bucket seats.  350 w/turbo 350 auto.  Mowed lawns to save up the $1000 cash to buy off of my grandparents around 1991.  It was 15 years old but in stellar shape... sadly it was not in great shape(but still pretty straight) when I finally let it go 2 years ago.  I always wanted to hang on to it to restore her, but I just had no place to keep her.  She served me well and was fun while it lasted, closest thing to a "fun" car until a year ago when our Limer entered the picture.

The Princess' first ride was a '78 Ford Fiesta, Pumpkin Orange.  It served her well and we have quite a few memories from our first years in that poor thing... practically was stroked out on the right hand side (window didn't work, door handle didn't work, etc.)  That does serve the distinction of being the ride I learned to drive a manual on, as my first rides were all auto's.  I finally put this out of it's misery by throwing a rod out the block on the right hand side while travelling on the freeway at 65mph.  Thrilling to say the least!!  

PhunBobby


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PYROPONY = (PyroPrincess or PhunBobby)

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I drive the speed limit... I just get there as FAST as possible!!

6-15-2010 3:02 AM #20
S197LIME
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Posts: 412
Joined: 8-1-2008
Location: Columbus, OH
Real Name: Steve
A Lime Gold 1969 Mercury Cougar XR7 with a 351 HO motor. A car a bought off my parents in 1976. I wish I still had that car. I guess thats why I bought a legend lime now. Its funny how things come back around! Thank you again to my Dad and Mom.


05 S197 1 of 242 Produced LLR #0517 V8 Premium Coupe Auto All stock for now! Mustang Club of America # 72108 & Mustang Club of Ohio # 1125
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