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Old 12-23-2018, 12:32 PM #16
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My vehicles with approx known miles that I/we put on them:

1970 Chevelle Malibu
1975 Ford Granada
1971 Chrysler Newport
1982 Corolla SR5 Liftback (new) 5-speed - 85k
1984 Celica GTS Coupe (new) 5-speed - 35k
1984 Supra 5-speed - 120k (pic is from 1985)
1988 4Runner Dlx (new) 5-speed - 305k
1979 Corolla SR5 - 5-speed - 35k
1993 Camry Dlx 5-speed - 160k
1987 Tercel Wagon - chick magnet 5-speed - 80k
2001 4Runner SR5 - driving today - 210k
19xx Acura Legend Coupe - only had a few months, pretty bad shape
2002 Chevy Prizm (Still a Toyota) - 110k
2006 Scion xA 5-speed - driving today - 120k
2019 4Runner TRDOR - 6k

Also had an old Rabbit (VW) somewhere in the mix, maybe around 1987. Only had a few months.

I think that's it. Just realizing how many miles we've put on Toyotas.
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I plan to lease Toyota Sequoia after the new year, like this model for a long time, and finally decided to buy it, especially since I found good conditions for this. Therefore, I think that all the stars have converged, and it's time to buy.

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Ha! This is a long list because I'm old...and my dad was my "enabler" in my early years. He's the one that influenced me to be such a car enthusiast.

1974 Dodge Dart
1979 VW Rabbit
1984 Ford Escort
1979 Honda Accord
1990 Mazda Protege
1989 Ford Taurus SHO
1994 Isuzu Rodeo
2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser
2005 Mazda 3
2004 Toyota Tacoma
2014 Toyota Rav4

And now just picked up a 2018 T4R for the hubby. And since I'm the "car person" in the family, I'll be doing the customizing, etc.
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Wife says I go through cars too much so heres my list in the short 18 years I've had my license.

90 Honda Civic Hatchback
91 Honda CRX Si
99 Honda Accord
02 Toyota Camry
05 Chevy Colorado Xtreme
06 Chevy TBSS
06 Acura TL
08 Toyota Camry
12 Nissan Maxima
10 Toyota Tundra
18 Toyota 4Runner

List doesn't include the half dozen cars my wife went through. Mostly because I wanted her to drive something different.

And I'm proud to say none of my cars had a fart can on it.

Some pics of the only car in the list I wish I never got rid of. Yes I got rid of that "Supercharged" lettering.
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This is my other car.
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Maybe not necessarily all of them were owned by me, but they were in the family, and they have significance to me.

My mom and my dad owned Chevettes into the 90s. These are the only vehicles that I remember one of us owning that I never got a chance to drive. My mom's went away at one point when I was still very, very young, so I don't remember it too much. There was a brief time between her having cars that my dad's blue Chevette was the only car they had. That was around 1990. I remember dad's blue Chevette the best. I like to think of it as the prototype 4Runner I have these days It was so basic. I wish my 4Runner was even more basic. It's too plush. I want the vinyl seats and metal seat belt locks that would burn me. No air conditioning, too. What a ride.

They got a Caprice Classic around 1990. It was one of the last big, boxy V8 rear wheel drive models. I grew up in it, but I didn't drive it so much. Still, it lasted a long, long time. If I remember correctly, it outlived my Wrangler, but more on that later. It was so big, and I didn't like driving it so much, but I did some of my learning in it.

It was the late spring of 1998 that my dad got rid of the Chevette, and it was replaced with a Chevy Blazer. The Chevette became his, and the Blazer became my mom's. It was a rare blue Blazer. It wasn't a color that was in the brochures, but she got it. I also did some driving in this one, but I spent plenty of my teenage years and early adult years in it, too. It was okay. I drove it a bunch of times. It used this weird coolant that was supposed to last forever but instead just caused problems with everything. It scared our family away from Chevy ever since, but it did last a good 10 years. One of the best memories was when I was learning to drive with my mom in the Blazer, and we got so upset with each other that I got out and walked home

Now, this was my first vehicle. I had a 1983 Ford Fairmont through high school. Rear wheel drive, straight six, and a total old lady's car that I got into trouble in I shoveled snow and did yard work for my neighbor for years and tried to avoid getting paid (I wasn't always successful), but she did end up giving the Fairmont to me once I was old enough. She was already retired and too old to drive. It was trial by fire with that car. It had so much character Until it really warmed up, it was possible for it to stall out going uphill. I ended up taking a back way out of the school to avoid needing to go uphill. It was that back way that got me into my first ever snow incident. I tell you what, never drive around a high school when it's snowing. You never know what cars might spin out in your general area. Luckily, I didn't hit anything, but I was dead in the water for a while. My wheels just spinned in place after I did my accidental 180. I eventually got grip and drove home trying my best not to lose control again. The transmission eventually started slipping and I had to get rid of it, but I was able to park it in my neighbor's garage which was pretty cool

My parents wanted me to have something more reliable for college, so they got a 2004 Jeep Wrangler X for me. There was some sort of crazy deal going on, so it was actually rather affordable. I liked it a whole lot. Even though I only had it for 4 years, it didn't give me too many problems. I know, that's not so long, even for a Fiat Chrysler product, but still. It was a two door model. Honestly, I can't remember if it even had back seats. I simply cannot remember. It had a CD player, and the sound system was better than you'd think. It was so nimble, too. And I loved the hand crank windows. So simple.

My parents were so impressed by my Wrangler that my mom eventually got a Liberty. It was the first version that had the more rounded look front end. I drove it some, but not so much. It was okay. She then got the later model around 2006 or so after the first one's lease was up. My dad ended up getting one of his own, too. I'm sure I drove both of their later model Liberties at points, but I eventually got my own, so it didn't matter to me.

So, my Wrangler. It was involved in an accident, and it was totaled. I hopped around between the Caprice and the Blazer for a while, but I ended up with a 2009 Liberty of my own a few months later. While I know the Liberty was crap, I still loved my Liberty. I put way too much money into it to keep it running over the years. It was only this past January that the transmission went out for the second time, and I was able to move past it emotionally and move on to the 4Runner. But that Liberty, man, I greatly enjoyed that one. So much of my life happened in the driver's seat of that Jeep. It felt so good to drive, too. I know that's not something people usually say when talking about the Liberty, but it really was true for me. I think I was able to get in tune with it more like a car than an SUV. It was a part time 4WD and RWD in 2WD like the 4Runner, too. My 4Runner has schooled me on what it means to drive a truck, but you could get more sporty car performance than you'd expect from that Liberty. Going into the 4Runner with the Liberty mindset results in some "oh, that's what I should expect now" moments in me in the past couple months I've owned it.

Come 2010, my mom passed away from cancer, so my parents' vehicle situation got weird. Dad couldn't really get rid of my mom's Liberty since it was still on lease and opened himself up to weird legal crap, so he eventually ended up with her Liberty. It had less miles on it, anyway. Some time later, he got rid of it, too. The straw that broke the camel's back was that the rear hatch lock was malfunctioning. If I remember correctly, I was able to at least tell that the wiring was okay, so I'd just have to replace the lock mechanism, but he didn't want to deal with it anymore. He decided to trade it in for a Cherokee of... some year. 2016 maybe. I don't remember. I honestly can't remember if I drove the Cherokee. Maybe once. He didn't like it, it was giving him more problems, there was some sort of lemon law thing, and he ended up with a Grand Cherokee of about a year newer. I have driven the Grand Cherokee on multiple occasions, and I hate it. I don't like how the hood slopes down so much that you can't get a read on where the front of your vehicle is. I had misattributed the odd way it handles to it being front wheel drive-biased because the Cherokee was front wheel drive-biased, but the Grand Cherokee is actually rear wheel drive-biased, so I can just say that it feels weird. Both of them are AWD, so I don't know. Neither of them have 4WD selection like my previous Jeeps, the Blazer, and my 4Runner, so it's obviously one of those intelligent AWD things that isn't so powerful to begin with. The brakes are also absolutely overpowered. You can't park the Grand Cherokee without it making a headbanger out of you because if you press on the brakes lightly then it's going to go full emergency stop on you. It's crazy. My Liberty didn't do that, and while my 4Runner's brakes are a bit more sensitive than my Liberty's, they're not so much more sensitive.

Okay, that's it. No more vehicles. For now

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1981 VW Rabbit, diesel
1994 Ford Probe
199- Mercury Villager
1998 Cadillac Catera
2000 Mitsubishi Galant
2001 Lexus IS300
2003 Chrysler Town and Country
2003 Infiniti G35 Sedan
2007 Ford Expedition EL
2010 Hyundai Genesis Sedan, 4.6L
1966 Cadillac DeVille, convertible
1979 Suzuki GS1000E
2007 Honda 919 Hornet
2016 KTM 1290 Super Duke GT
Also Drove my parents 1987 Chevrolet Suburban and 1963 Buick Skylark in High School and drive my sons 2008 BMW 328i (manual) when he isnít looking.

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2014 Toyota Avalon XLE Touring
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I've owned a bunch-when I was young, I'd often buy cars really cheap(you could actually do that!), fix them and drive them. Here are the ones i remember:
1960 Plymouth Valiant
1962 Chevy II wagon
1965 Valiant wagon
1959 Citroen ID 19
1968 Citroen ID 19
1963 Citroen ID19 wagon
1970 Citroen DS 21
1963 Volvo P1800s
1968 Alfa Spyder
1963 Peugeot 403
1970 Peugeot 404
1977 Peugeot 504 diesel wagon
1979 Fiat 128
1969 VW van
1979 VW van
VW Vanagon
1968 VW bug
1991 Isuzu Impulse
1995 Ford Taurus
1985 Chrysler Fifth avenue
1972 Chevy C10 Pickup
1984 Mazda B2000 pickup(longbed!)
1968 Mercury Colony Park wagon
1972 Mercury Marquis station wagon
1981 Mazda 626 coupe
1980 Audi 5000 Turbo
1985 Toyota Camry
1970 Mercedes 250
1972 Mercedes 300 SEL 4.5
1968 Volvo 242
1979 Subaru Brat
1988 Isuzu Trooper I
1999 Isuzu Trooper II(loved that car)
1988 Geo Metro
2000 Kia Sephia
1986 4Runner(of course!)
2004 Saturn Ion
2000 Toyota Corolla
2010 Prius
2002 Toyota Camry
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