Let's hear your first car story...

The first real step of adulthood and freedom is often that first car...

1y ago

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My first car cost three hundred quid and I crashed it when I ran out of both talent and grip on a hairpin. Hopefully, you all have better first car stories and experiences... tell us about them in the comments below.

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  • My first car costed about 600 quid, it was rubish hatchback & it was so light I had to put a piece of concrete in its trunk! My first accident was that a blind hippy cyclist drove directly into the B-pillar and did both doors and the pillar a serious damage. Of couse he had to pay for it & paid the fines but from that moment I started to hate the cyclists through my bones

      1 year ago
  • Im still on my first car, a suzuki samurai. I went offroading in it and a friend was gonna follow me in his dodge ram, that got stuck in literally the first dirt road of the day. The little samurai ended up freeing the big ram 4 times during the whole trip.

      1 year ago
  • The first car I bought was a 2000 Chrysler Intrepid with a 2.7 litre V6 (mounted longitudinally, oddly enough in a FWD car) and a 4 speed automatic. It was fairly reliable, actually, and drove me back and forth almost entirely across Canada (3,500 miles each way) with nothing but an oil change.

      1 year ago
  • In 2002 my brother helped me buy a state auctioned 1995 Chevy Corsica, bright red, 2.2l 4cyl, 3 speed auto. On paper its crap, but I love it. I still own it actually, its parked at my work awaiting a little TLC. Never let me down in the 5 years I actually drove it.

      1 year ago
  • My first car was this '53 Ford F100. Inline 6 cylinder, 3 speed on the tree a non-synchronized transmission, no power steering, no power brakes, pretty much no power at all! Man, I miss that truck! It did have a heater and windshield wipers. First, the trans went out, then the rear diff, then the brake master cylinder, finally the engine! I ended up putting a V8 in it and sold it after having it about 3 years to get a "family" car.

      1 year ago
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