Cars that you had…..that you wish you never got rid of

My 2021 Bronco Wildtrak. Picked up last year in August, and ended up selling in January.


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I remember when the first-gen Lexus LS, Acura NSX, and then the Lexus SC were released, I seriously wondered if any other car make was going to be able to compete. Of course, the prob was that Lexus and Acura didn’t keep releasing cars like that…

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Volvo 850 T-5R lowered, Bilsteins, extra yellow fogs, tinted windows and 17” aftermarket rims. 17” lol. Wheels were so much smaller in the 90s. Miss that car. Nicknamed her the “Hearse”. :wink:

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It was in the shop more then on the road, but when it was right it was amazing.

Probably my all around favorite for the price.

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1967 Volvo 122s Wagon. Loved this car.

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Maybe different from the nice ones here. But i miss it. Best times in it. Very roomy on the inside.

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OK one more. Late 2001 production, low mile E38 740i short sport, Alpine White/Black.



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Casey Putsch approved.


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Starquest?

I have a bunch, but I really should have kept this one. Fiat 124 Spider. Paid ~$20k OTD brand new and spent another $2k on wheels and suspension.

This was also a great car that I sold too soon. Camaro SS 1LE

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My dune buggy was a used “Berry Mini T”…

Black metal flake with chrome Cragar mags…

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I never knew those things die. :grinning:

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I saw a starion the other day

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It actually didn’t even at 300k miles.

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I owned a fully restored black ‘68 Shelby GT500KR in the early ninety’s…

The KR stood for “King of the Road”…

It had a rollbar with racing harnesses attached…

Kept it for about five years… obviously it’s worth a heck of a lot more $$$ than when I owned it….

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What did you sell it for? :japanese_goblin:

My best recollection was that I sold it in the mid-$30s… :pensive:

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There’s people that bought Tesla cars with their Tesla stock pre-CV that feel how you feel.

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