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This is a discussion on "I want an STi when I turn 16!" --What was your first car? within the Everyday Impreza Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I learned how to drive in a friends 92 mr2 spider. However my list of cars are: 1996 dodge dakota ...

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    I learned how to drive in a friends 92 mr2 spider.

    However my list of cars are:
    1996 dodge dakota
    1998 chevy/geo metro
    A 90s wrx and eagle talon, neither worked
    2001 Cavalier
    1998 Honda crv
    1999 Saturn sl2
    2005 Toyota matrix.

    And now my 2014 wrx wagon

    I never wanted my wrx as a teen. And I appreciate it so much more now that I've purchased it on my own and buying it myself.

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    Started with the Corsica, then the Cadillac which I still own. Had the Dakota and the evo for about a year each.
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    My first vehicle of my own. Drove my parent's cars until I was 17 and had this handed down to me from my grandfather when he passed. Shortly after I bought my RSX, then sold that and got my WRX.

    Came with the small block 350. It now has flowmaster 40's. Hope to get a medium cam and other odds to go along. Then a full restoration but still something I can drive regularly.

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    Imagine a blue Jeep Cherokee from the 80s, rusting, smells like ass. Dies every time a snow storm comes through, brakes will only work if you pump them a few times.

    Ughhhh.....

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    My first car was a white 1992 Ford Escort wagon, 5mt, lovingly named (take your pick); dragon wagon, shaggin wagon, or rice wagon. I learned to drive stick on it and drove all over the US in it. It took so much abuse and I owned it for 7 years. In that time the only thing that broke was the radiator, although the clutch was on it's way out when I got rid of it. Probably from all my burnouts.

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    Great paint scheme, nice truck.
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    Started out driving my parents 1997 Ford Expedition and if I was really lucky I might've been able to take my mom's 2004 A6 2.7T

    I didn't own a car until just after I turned 20 when I could finally afford insurance, gas, and maintenance. In July of 2010 I purchased my 2001 WRX wagon with 105.000 miles, new snow tires, and ski racks for $7700.

    The afternoon I bought it after a wash and wax.

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    Yours truly on his way to work at a Shell station, 1979. I think I still have that T-shirt.

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    Wow, you looked like a 'squatch back then too!
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    The picture setup and pose is not dissimilar to those from the promo stills for "Goldfinger" with Connery and the Aston Martin. Well played, great car, and I sincerely hope the tshirt is still ok too. Are those Converse Chuck Taylors? Either way, a great picture.
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    I started driving in 1993. My first car was a black/red interior '84 Plymouth Turismo Duster hatchback w/ 84,000 miles on it. 2.2 liter 4 banger / 96 HP / Holley Carburetor ... SO SLOW...but hey...my first car so I loved it anyway!

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    first car I learned to drive on was mom's 96 integra ls. First car I paid for was a 93 trans am hardtop with a 6 speed.... had to get rid of it 3 years and 12 points on my licence later.
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    1998 Ford Taurus in green that my parents bought for me and my brother at an auto auction. We had it for a few years and then sold it for about the same price we bought it. This isn't my actual car, but basically the same thing.


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    1998 Ford Taurus in green that my parents bought for me and my brother at an auto auction. We had it for a few years and then sold it for about the same price we bought it. This isn't my actual car, but basically the same thing.


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