ANSWERS: 31
  • Green GTO with white vinyl roof.
  • It was a 1968 Plymouth Stationwagon. It was dark purple and had ladder mounting brackets on the roof.
  • A cranberry red Dae Woo. I still drive it.
  • The first one I can remember was a light-green coupe. I don't remember the make (it might have been a Plymouth), but my dad probably bought it in the late 1940's. The next one he had was a 1959 Chevrolet Impala. i remember it was light blue with a white roof. It had big fins that stuck out like wings on the back and it had a little row of "holes" in the back of the roof which I supposed was something to do with aerodynamics. His next car was a mid-60's Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser station wagon. This was also light blue and had little windows around a raised panel in the roof.
  • A 1974 green Toyota Corolla - small car for 5 people
  • A Ford Prefect. The heater was an optional extra.
  • Tan Pontiac Bonneville. Early 70's. Very big car.
  • I don't remember what it was but i remember it caught on fire in the driveway
  • I remember a light green DeSoto station wagon, and that I got to ride in the very back. This was years before seat belts were required.
  • A light blue VW beetle. I remember sticking to the seats in the summer.
  • It was a Buick LeSabre 1966 model, I think. It was red with gray interior. I liked it a lot. But I remember my dad rear ending a car in heavy freeway traffic a couple of years later and we got a different car.
  • 1956 Chrsyler New Yorker. I remember it was 'Robin's Egg Blue'. You didn't see many cars that color around.
  • It was a 1937 Studebaker Dictator. I remember it because it had a rip in the headliner which for some reason scared me. I used to Stand on the front seat while my mother ripped through New Yor5k traffic. No seat belts, no car seat, just my mother's arm outstreached when she hit the brakes. A far better time I think.
  • I remember it was blue! And everytime we went out my mum would say "do you want me or nana to drive?" I usually picked my mum cos she drove quicker and she used to swing around corners and i'd sit in the back going "weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee"
  • A Vauxhall Victor, and I remember my dad making me push it with him in it when it wouldn't start, when I wanted to go out and play instead.
  • An old, beat up pea green pinto (dont know what year) with an infestation of roaches.
  • I remember going to the dealership with my father and my mother as MOM decided we were getting a Blue 1955 Dodge ..... and the man drove it out of the showroom for us ....
  • 1955 Buick Roadmaster Convertible....
  • If I wanted to I could name about 50 cars over 16 years. I'll pick his 1968 Camaro RS. It was a blurple drag car.
  • Dark Green 1970 GTO, A Silver Chevy Van with a Blue Stripe and a Ford Grenada Racecar (All at the same time).
  • I remember having a white van. I thought it was pretty nice because the back had this really think blue carpet. It was pretty comfortable. We use to take most of our trips in that van since my whole family fit. I can also remember that the first time I ever went to a drive-in with my mom was in that van. It was in pretty good shape for a very long time. About 7 years ago, it was hit by a semi when my uncle was merging onto the freeway. RIP: White Van 1985-2002 lol!
  • It was a 1936 or 37 Lincon Zepher V-12. It was red and had pointed tail lights. We went through WWII with it and that was rough with gas rationing and a car that got 7 miles per gallon. I also fell out of it when a little girl open the door as I was leaning against it. (the car was stopped) when I fell it broke my collar bone.
  • A black Oldsmobile Delta 88 circa 1970 something.
  • A Rolls Royce
  • First was an MG TD 15470 in Belgium And a Renault Dauphine when we moved to the USA
  • It was a silver 1985 BMW. I smelled of smoke.
  • 1957 Chevrolet Nomad Station Wagon. Big Blue!(when I lived with my parents and sibs) Our family-1969 Chevelle SS
  • yes....it was a van....it was big van; I was like 5....I fell out of the van while my ma turned the corner because I wasn't wearing a safety belt and the door did not shut correctly.
  • 1962 white Dodge Dart station wagon. It had "jukebox drive".
  • One of my older sisters had a 1953 Chevey, maybe a Belair. Light green in color with a standard tranny - three on the tree. For some reason it would refuse to shift into reverse at times; had to pop the hood and m manually move one of four levers on the linkage to get it to back up.+5
  • A 2 tone green Buick, I think it was around a 1951 model.

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