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Can you recall your first ever car?

*oner4u2suck By *oner4u2suck  (M)  over a year ago

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Vauxhall - Corsa - Silver Colour

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By *.London   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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Yes - 1948 Morris 8. Black.

I was given it when it failed it's MOT and I learnt a lot about cars with it. But I never put it back on the road...

My first car on the road was a grey Mini. 1962 model, I think... I got it in 1969.

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By *ld seeking young   premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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I got my 1st car, when I was about 20 or 21, in 1963 or 1963.

It was a 1938 Morris 8.

It had a fold down, luggage rack, on the back, & a sliding roof.

The roof was useless, so, I paneled it over, & painted the whole car.

One running board had to be replaced, also.

The semaphore indicator arms were faulty.

I bought a set of 4 flashers, from Halfords, & fitted them.

I had 1 fun camping trip, up to the Isle of Skye, with it, before I sold it.

It was 2 tone black & maroon.

It also had a hand, starting handle, on the front.

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By *ld seeking young   premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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1962 or 1963.

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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Yes I can.

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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I remember perfectly well. A 1963 Black and White Triumph Herald 1200cc. The car cost me £65.00 and cost me £90.00 to insure the fucker!!

Car insurance was still a rip-off back in those days as well!

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By *eedude   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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Yes a 1.8 Morris Marina coupe, I loved it even though it fell to bits

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By *affy484  (M)  over a year ago

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Mine was a hillman hunter 1973

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*iathain By *iathain   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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mk1 Capri

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By  *ames2208    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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Austen Maestro. Nice red colour 100% reliable and no rust which was unusual but I did look after it washed and polished every week. I missed it after I traded it in for another car because the newer car I bought I had nothing but trouble with it.

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By *lana  (M)  over a year ago

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Mk 4 Cortina 1600 S reg

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*hub Dad for Lad By *hub Dad for Lad  (M)  over a year ago

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Talbot (previously Chrysler)Alpine Sport. They called it a sport because the back window on the hatchback had an electric slated blind on it that you controlled from a dial on the dashboard...Never did work properly

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T reg Cortina

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By *poty   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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An Austin Metro in 1980 . Metallic Blue . OKN661W. I only had it two years. Would love to know if it's still on the road .37 years old , I should think not.

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*ixtyniner By *ixtyniner  (M)  over a year ago

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Mine was a Morris 1000. I ran it virtually into the ground over a period of about two and a half years. Happy daze....

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By *ohnlong   premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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Austin A 40 in jersey J25946 loved it

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*omtrac By *omtrac  (M)  over a year ago

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mini 1000 lime green reg was tof sum N

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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1988 Mini Mayfair

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By *onjean   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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Never owned a car!

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By *ne man  (M)  over a year ago

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Mine was a Hillman Imp 1970. I had it for 12 months and it was terribly unreliable....moved up to a Morris 1100 which was a lovely car.

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By *poty   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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It's never to late ,your only 67 . What you waiting for.

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By  *ingeslut    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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Mini Cooper 309 DPW, one of the very first, but I cannot remember the year. I bought it in 1967 and fitted a 1293cc "s" engine and brakes. Went like the clappers.

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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Morris 1000 x

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By *aitbox  (M)  over a year ago

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Ex army staff car when i was 16 it was a Austin

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*oredEric By *oredEric  (M)  over a year ago

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A red Renault 5 GTL, I was about the 12th owner I think. It was a pretty ropey wagon.

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*oner4u2suck By *oner4u2suck  (M)  over a year ago

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"Vauxhall - Corsa - Silver Colour

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Have to add I never scrapped the car it is in storage!

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By *illis1931  (M)  over a year ago

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My first car, when I was 23, was a 1935 Morris 8, BUU 930, which I bought from an Oxford Boat Race Coach, then living up the road from me in Coventry. I didn't have to take any driving lessons because I had previously had a Bond Minicar 3 wheeler, without means of reverse and with a column gear change. All I had to do was practice reversing which I did at night with my father sitting beside me as the competent driver. Which was something of a laugh as he obtained his licence in the 20's when no test was necessary to get one and had never driven a car in his life! I passed first time even though some burke drove into me at a T junction during my test. Which was annoying as I'd already done my emergency stop!

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By *yson hoover  (M)  over a year ago

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i remember my dad's car which was a datsun cherry .

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By *uff_boy  (M)  over a year ago

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Mini 1275 gt

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*oner4u2suck By *oner4u2suck  (M)  over a year ago

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"i remember my dad's car which was a datsun cherry . "

My neighbour had a Datsun sunny

That noise from the wheels drove me crazy!

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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A 1953 Standard Vanguard I seized the engine up by running it about with no oil in it.

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By *e58   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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Don't get excited but mine was a reliant regal..trotters type but multi shades of blue ??

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By  *iganDrew    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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Ford Fiesta Mk 1 1.1lt. 78,000 miles on the clock when I bought it. Blew the cylinder head gasket at 90,000 miles. AM radio, no cassette player, manual-choke, only 4 forward gears. Happy days.

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By *igeorge35  (M)  over a year ago

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A Messerschmitt bubble car at age 16. Still got one. Great fun.

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*J236 By *J236   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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My first car was a 1974 Ford Escort Mk1 in Sky Blue. That car took me all over the place. Even went down to London with three friends to see Pink Floyd. I also drove all around Wales, Devon and Cornwall.

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By *ewcocol  (M)  over a year ago

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Ford Classic 1500 4 door, bought it as a scrapper for £35 intending to put it on the road. It didn't happen. First car I could actually use was a 1965 Minivan HAB 941C. The driver's floor was a polished steel nameplate stolen by someone (not me) off I.C.I's West Bank power station gates. Writing facing up, some idiot didn't think that one out very well.

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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1964 Ford Anglia two tone beige and grey purchased for the princely sum of £65 inb 1972. Passed my driving test in it - luckily the front passenger well only started rusting through 12 months after that lol

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*amesjones789 By *amesjones789   premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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1966 Renault R10 Automatic, bought in 1971 for £400, used it for 2 years, doubled the mileage and sold it for £215.

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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F reg mini 850, battery in the boot, sliding windows, gear stick that was long as hell, moss that grew in the window sills.

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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Ford Corrina Mk11 Fep 4F black 1500 GT a copper attractor lol

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By *RWYN  (M)  over a year ago

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My first car was a Ford Anglia, that was in 1965.

That's a long time ago. Lol

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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i've only owned 4 cars in my life, now 53, getting my 5th car today, been more of a 2 wheels guy here.

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By *ocklover75  (M)  over a year ago

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1954 MG TF

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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1948 MG YB Saloon in Burgundy Red...running boards, big headlights, windup windscreen!

Would be a valuable real classic if I had kept it!!!

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By *utitinmybum   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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1st car was a consul mk2 with bench seats and column gear change. Was driving without licence etc as was only sixteen at the time.

Also had a B.S.A. GOLD Gold flash with double adult Canterbury side car which I took off.I learnt a lot about repairs as it was unreliable and I carried pocket full of spinners with me

Was fift een when I bought it,cost me £30

Good days before traffic congestion and no helmet laws

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By *utitinmybum   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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1st car was a consul mk2 with bench seats and column gear change. Was driving without licence etc as was only sixteen at the time.

Also had a B.S.A. GOLD Gold flash with double adult Canterbury side car which I took off.I learnt a lot about repairs as it was unreliable and I carried pocket full of spinners with me

Was fift een when I bought it,cost me £30

Good days before traffic congestion and no helmet laws

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By *restonbottom  (M)  over a year ago

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I've never had a car, insurance is too expensive.

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*entlad86 By  *entlad86    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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97 vauxhall corsa still got it owned 7 years might look to upgrade later on this year. Feel guilty though as it's my 1st car.

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By *nemale   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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My first car was a Ford Anglia too, 1966, pale green. EAK768D. Didn't cost me a penny. It was a brand new company car that I got after I passed my test first time. Wasn't I a lucky boy!!

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By *nemale   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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And I was only 17

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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Yes it was a Burgundy coloured Rolls-Royce Phantom V with a chauffer named Webber…….he used to drive me to my prep…………

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By *enior 74   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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mine was a prewar Austin 10 bought it for £30 sold it for $40

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By *aura6949   profile verified by photo (TV/TS/CD)  over a year ago

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Morris minor with a split windscreen

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By *arkyb1970  (M)  over a year ago

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A two seater Fiat X19.... with removable targa hood and pop up headlights of which only one worked lol.

Just got my 3rd new Mercedes E class last Wednesday.... gotta love cars with wipe clean leather seats

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By *itchsub1980  (M)  over a year ago

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1994 BMW 318i - black with great set of alloys, privacy glass - a bit chavy yes, but I thought I was very cool. I remember it had a read leather interior so I also put inside strips of red LED lights...what was I thinking eh? The ignorance of youth.

Just taken delivery of my Jaguar XJ - again black with privacy glass - I'm thinking of painting the wheels black too! - You can take the man out of the North but not the North out of the man.

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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1946 Rover 14, with "Roverdrive", a sort of pre-select semi-automatic gearbox. leather seats, walnut dash, 17" wheels, front opening windscreen etc.

Reg HLP 109, grey.

Bought it in 1962 for £25 which the dealer allowed me to pay in 5 weekly installments of £5. Was a petrol shortage at the time, and he just wanted to get rid of it.

A good one now will fetch up to £15,000

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By *onjj   premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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my 1st car was a bond mini MKD,,sold it and bought a Standard 8 I had some fun with that,put it in px for a new Triumph Herold .Stll go it. used for rallys/shows ect

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*shfordtvlover By *shfordtvlover  (M)  over a year ago

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My 1st car was a 1964ford Cortana in 2door in a disgusting green ..

Worth stupid money now... my second was also a Cortana but a Savage..... worth even sillier money!

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By *ustme4you  (M)  over a year ago

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Vauxhall Viva 2 door estate purple 1973

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By *layhead  (M)  over a year ago

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1963 triumph herald 12/20. ...brill car, turns on a tanner piece, but bonnet catches were knackered and up it popped if you hit a bump.

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By *eeksYounger  (M)  over a year ago

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A Mini Cooper! I also remember its registration number, which I now use as a 'password' for various sites - with a little bit added for each site. The car had a brilliant turn of speed and the acceleration was superb. Not all that good for shagging though!

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By  *ebelatsea    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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"Talbot (previously Chrysler)Alpine Sport. They called it a sport because the back window on the hatchback had an electric slated blind on it that you controlled from a dial on the dashboard...Never did work properly "

I had a Chrysler Alpine, OCP 754T It was sweetcorn and rust coloured. By the time my mate, who learned to drive in it and took it off me, sold it it was like Trigger's broom !

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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Mine was a Standard 8 but replaced the engine with a Standard 10 after I blew it up returning from Leeds to Bradford. Happy days

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By *ockluvva  (M)  over a year ago

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NSU Prinz, 598c.c. air cooled followed by a moggy minor convertable, then a vitesse mk.1 1600 convertable which put me off B.L. cars.

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By *ak444  (M)  over a year ago

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a sit up and beg ford pop about 1949 i got it in 1967 3 forward gears .

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By *r Pink 6969  (TV/TS/CD)  over a year ago

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1985 Mk3 Ford Escort XR3i in red. Only 105bhp, if I remember rightly, but quite lightweight compared to a modern car. Seemed fast at the time, but now my standard 2 litre diesel is quicker to 60. It had over 100k miles on the clock, when I scrapped it, but many repairs and part replacements over the years.

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By *illanihole  (M)  over a year ago

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Mine was a 1972 mini 850 drove it everywhere and eventually siezed the engine . but put a new 1000 cc in and it went like stink!. Loved the thing to bits mini's are so easy to drive , small turning circle and nippy little things.Definately the best first car to own i think

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By *ony5534   premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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Ford consul, bench front seat, column gear change, vacuum windscreen wipers.

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By  *cbi    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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Silver Ford Escort mk 2 mexico 1.6

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By *ick PreCum  (M)  over a year ago

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Standard Vanguard

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By *ony stark  (M)  over a year ago

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blue H reg fiesta

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*ilflover69 By *ilflover69   profile verified by photo (TV/TS/CD)  over a year ago

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Silver Opel Manta SR, crashed it pissed up one night.

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*iScott By *iScott   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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A Blue and Cream 1966 old Austin Cambridge, bought for £365 when three year old, rolled it into a field taking out a few fence posts, came away without a scratch because it was built like a tank

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By *andyuk1  (M)  over a year ago

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mine was a 1948 austin 10 cost £30 had it for 18 month passed my test in it sold it for £30

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By *ajor mistake  (M)  over a year ago

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first car, a 1967 ford Anglia 1200 super, red & white, my brothers old car , we did the head , gassflowed, so it went well, had the boy racer wide wheels, my brother had a mk 1 lotus Cortina that he put round a lamp post, at the same time the big ends went on mine, so we had an anglebox with duff engine, and cortina 1500 lotus with written off body, yes you guessed it, we did a transplant, end result was an anglebox that ate golf GTI's my mate had an escort 1600 harrier, and we left him at the lights,

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By *ickurw7  (M)  over a year ago

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1969 mini 850 auto in snowberry white, scrapped in 1986 when the floor fell out! Next was a 1979 Vauxhall Chevette (Shove-it), great when running

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*ertrand By *ertrand   profile verified by photo (TV/TS/CD)  over a year ago

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Black customised Mini 1275 GT

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By *arkyb1970  (M)  over a year ago

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A really old mk3 ford cortina which weighed about 40 tonnes and did 0-60...... occasionally.

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By *enior 74   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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mine was a 1935 austin10 paid 40 pound for it sold it for 60 the only car I ever made a profit on

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*OMMY TIMKEN By *OMMY TIMKEN   profile verified by photo (M)  over a year ago

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I've yet to have one.

Mind you,the Number 78 bus from Merthyr to Ponty gets me to where I want to go.

So,quite good really.

And put me on an HST from Cardiff to Paddington and I'm anybody's. (Providing of course they've got a ticket. First Class of course)

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By *HIOG  (M)  over a year ago

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I think it was a Vauxhall Victor built in the 50s. It had a front windscreen that wrapped around the sides and you could bump your knees gtting in and out.

I then had a couple of big bullnose vauxhalls and one, a Cresta I think, that looked american with wings at the back.

I bought a Bedford van which didnt run and had it parked up for a couple of years using it as a love nest!

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By  *enno69    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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A 1929 Austin 7 Chummy which I bought for £3 in 1959 and sold a year later for £22. Then a 1935 Morris Eight 2-seater tourer - It had brakes too!!

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By *hread  (M)  over a year ago

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1959 a Willys jeep , bit of mess but I wish I had it now, I think it ex us army with all the ensignia on it, probably stolen but wish I still had it, worth a lot more than the 40 pound I paid for it

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By *aravaggio  (M)  over a year ago

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1952 Riley RMA. BR Green, brown leather seats and walnut trim. My grandfather gave it to me in 1966.

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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A REAL Mini

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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Morris 1000 traveller, Reg JAC700D

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By *oland butter  (M)  over a year ago

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¬D¬

aug 1st,-1966----------respect

-merely by chance-unless its a childhood memory trick

i am sure i remember seeing an ford anglia

reg no. AAA 1A

if so -that plat noe would worth a bloody fortune

but a local chinese take away owner here-deffo has a plate WOK!!!-forget the rest though

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By *oland butter  (M)  over a year ago

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plate now--sorry

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*obby jo By *obby jo  (M)  over a year ago

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First car

1961 Hillman Minx TJD 186

1967 Hillman HunterKDN 915E

1973 Triumph Spitfire Mk4 XVW 467L

1981 Triumph TR7 VOO 404S

1987 Rover SD1 3500 SE MPA 28W

then a variety of lease cars followed by

2.7 Rover, 2.4 Volvo saloon, Volvo Wentworth estata and finally Volvo S80 saloon.

Thats the lot. only a few cock catchers!

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By *aravaggio  (M)  over a year ago

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I feel a new _hread coming on .....

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By *nubis51   premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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1972 - Mark 1 Ford Escort 1300 XL 2-door, in metallic British Racing Green with tan seats. WXC 508 K

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By *de67  (M)  over a year ago

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1974 1000 mini in mustard had 22 days before it was written off next was a biege 2l ford granada mk1 loved that car at 18 it was an impressive drive

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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1973 vauxhall viva. I bought it in 1986 when I passed my test for £60

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By *vloverrachel  (TV/TS/CD)  over a year ago

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"I got my 1st car, when I was about 20 or 21, in 1963 or 1963.

It was a 1938 Morris 8.

It had a fold down, luggage rack, on the back, & a sliding roof.

The roof was useless, so, I paneled it over, & painted the whole car.

One running board had to be replaced, also.

The semaphore indicator arms were faulty.

I bought a set of 4 flashers, from Halfords, & fitted them.

I had 1 fun camping trip, up to the Isle of Skye, with it, before I sold it.

It was 2 tone black & maroon.

It also had a hand, starting handle, on the front."

I currently have a 1936 Morris 8. Black and blue. Nice little car, though it's yet to get all the way up to Scotland!

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By *iplayer   premium paying member (M)  over a year ago

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1966, started with a motorbike, swapped for a reliant robin, soon put a 850 cc mini engine in with a bit of modifications, starting in 2nd, the front used to lift off the ground, got 85 mph on a test run once, my kids loved it, then swapped it for a mk 1 Escort, had all Escorts, then had 1600 GT Cortina , twin ch..e

Webber carb, awesome

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By (user no longer on site)  over a year ago

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Mk1 fiesta 110 mph hehehe

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By *tk4us2   profile verified by photo (M) 50 weeks ago

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Apart from the "AC Petite" 3 wheeled with two stroke engine and belt driven gear box (I remember the registration) in 1965 I bought a Morris Minor 850 side valve registered in Jan 1950 They only came out in the autumn of 1949 so was one of the first. I could decoke it in half an hour! But I ran it into the ground and scrapped it in favour of a Morris 1000 Traveller, my dream car of today. Just as well i scrapped the first one as the back seat could have told many an embarrassing tale!

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By *illis1931  (M) 50 weeks ago

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If anyone I still driving either my first car, a 1935 Morris 8, BUU630 or my first new car, Vauxhall Victor 655KNM I'd love to hear it

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By *illis1931  (M) 50 weeks ago

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If anyone I still driving either my first car, a 1935 Morris 8, BUU630 or my first new car, Vauxhall Victor 655KNM I'd love to hear it

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By *itstop4   profile verified by photo (M) 47 weeks ago

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Honda C90 back in 1985

Now got a Honda ST1100, bigger, heavier, faster n loadsa fun

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By (user no longer on site) 47 weeks ago

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Lotus cortina light green and cream

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By *poty   profile verified by photo (M) 47 weeks ago

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A Corgi Rolls Royce. It had wings as well .like the one in the film Chity Chity Bang Bang. Wow how I wish I still had it.

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By *eorge500x  (M) 47 weeks ago

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Hillman imp Gray

Lovely little car

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By (user no longer on site) 47 weeks ago

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1959 Morris Minor bought for £100.

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*river56 By *river56  (M) 47 weeks ago

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First car I bought soon as I passed my test in 1966 was a 1958 Morris 1000 4 door saloon for £175 which pissed my father of big time as he had been looking at it in the garage as well , I had it for about 3 years but the last time it failed it’s mot spectacularly for rust I broke it for parts and nearly made as much as it had cost me originally happy days .

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By *onnylikesitall  (TV/TS/CD) 47 weeks ago

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Reliant robin!!

Had a full M/C licence so learned the easy way.

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By *ister-cutcock   premium paying member (M) 47 weeks ago

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My first car was a 'Ford Consul 375' of 1958 vintage. I bought for £40 in 1974.

A beautifully comfortable Car with three speed Column change Gearbox and 1703cc 4Cyl Petrol Engine.

I wish I'd kept it now, but like all youngsters, I wanted something faster, bigger & newer !

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*etraSuxx By *etraSuxx   profile verified by photo (M) 46 weeks ago

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My first car was a white mini 850. P reg. Flat out it could only do about 65mph. But in town it cornered like a go cart, nothing could catch it down back lanes and side streets.

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By (user no longer on site) 46 weeks ago

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my first car given to me was a morris 8 with running boards 3 gears trouble was brakes were not very good could be a problem.

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*oredEric By *oredEric  (M) 46 weeks ago

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W Reg Renault 5 1.6GTL 5 door in red. Died when some scrote nicked it and wrapped it round a bus shelter.

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*apghar By *apghar  (M) 46 weeks ago

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first car a Triumph Herald, white rubber trim and white wheels... second was a Triumph Vittesse twin carb soft top both in British green ..lovely cars.

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By *hub59   profile verified by photo (M) 46 weeks ago

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Mk 2 cortina metallic green looked like someone had put it on with a sweeping brush loved the car even tho it was a pile of shite

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*andybi By *andybi  (M) 46 weeks ago

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Vauxhall Viva h a, back in the 70's

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By (user no longer on site) 46 weeks ago

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First was a 1964 Vauxhall Viva HA, bought in 1966, registration 11D. Cost £220. Sold it for £250 in 1969 when personal registrations were just becoming interesting. I wonder how much that registration would go for now! It was a great car without modern electronics and simple to service and never let me down.

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*nterestingtimes2 By *nterestingtimes2  (M) 46 weeks ago

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1966 registrations all ended in D to the best of my knowledge you would have had 3 letters Then 1,2 or 3 digits and end in D

Therefore it’s like your number plate was something like

ABC 11D

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By *ondo  (M) 46 weeks ago

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a vauxhall cresta 6 cylinder moter leather bench seats 3 gear column gears

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By *airyrugger  (M) 46 weeks ago

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Morris Ital van, bright orange, ex-electricity board.

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*ulienwuktv By *ulienwuktv  (TV/TS/CD) 42 weeks ago

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My first car was a secondhand 1962 Austin A40 Countryman. The last version, squarish looking. A great little car. Precursor of the hatchback. The tail gate was double. the top lifted up, the bottom half folded down to make a flat platform. Had it for about four years. Loved it!

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By (user no longer on site) 42 weeks ago

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Yes, a 1936 Austin 10 in 1961, cost me £5, sold it a year later for £10

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By  *enno69    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M) 42 weeks ago

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In 1959 I bought a 1929 Austin 7 Chummy for £3. Registration was KR2424 and it was fun to work on and drive, even though it had awful brakes!

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By  *enno69    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M) 42 weeks ago

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My mum bought an A40 Countryman (11JKN) in 1960 - a great little estate car and very few appear in the modern classic auctions these days

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By *hefnick  (M) 42 weeks ago

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Hillman Imp j reg.. got it in 76... loads of fun

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*asepaul71 By *asepaul71   premium paying member (M) 42 weeks ago

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Paid £500 for a MK1 Escort 1300S back in the early 90's it would be worth thousands now

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*ommygun By *ommygun  (M) 41 weeks ago

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Well guys, Mine's a BMC ADO16 MG version.

With a D-Reg' & Twin Peco Ex'

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By *092townie  (M) 38 weeks ago

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Austin A40 green countryman style, cost me £42 pounds and 10 shillings. great little motor.

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*hubbysimon By *hubbysimon   profile verified by photo (M) 38 weeks ago

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Sunburst orange Ford Fiesta. A615 AWT was the reg number.

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By *ukeboy  (M) 38 weeks ago

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A red Fiat x19. Reg TUX 15S.

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By *unting don   premium paying member (M) 38 weeks ago

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A white Triumph Spitfire 1963 414 AVB......was 18 then cost £170 (1970) How I survived I dont know

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By (user no longer on site) 33 weeks ago

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A 1938 Austin 10 back in 1961, cost my £5, sold it a year later for £10 after putting quite a few more miles on it

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By *ikeport  (M) 33 weeks ago

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1966 Hillman Imp built by Rootes Group. Sold it for scrap at around 100,000 miles when the clutch went. Bought a later model built by Chrysler. The metal was about half as thick and it sounded very tinny.

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*ltrent47 By *ltrent47   profile verified by photo (M) 33 weeks ago

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I passed my driving test in 1967 in a Ford Anglia and it was in 1968, that I bought my first car, a black Standard 8. I don't remember paying a lot for it but I blew the engine and fitted a Standard 10 engine to it with the help of mates. PWF 107

You never forget your first car!! Wish I had that number now!!

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By *ldbutbold   profile verified by photo (M) 33 weeks ago

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Rover 90 YPH 891.rolled it one day after 10 plus pints in the days before breathalisers.flogged it to a breakers yard saw it a yr later in Chatham

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By *exysylvcd  (M) 21 weeks ago

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My first car was a 1958 white Ford Prefect HCW 372

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By *onytobum  (M) 21 weeks ago

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My first car was Austin A30.SKJ 989. COST £25 and £65 third party ins. Saw it on internet site last week, now red and souped up

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By *ldbutbold   profile verified by photo (M) 21 weeks ago

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first car was a Rover 90 with a ticking cam follower,cost me £70 in 1965 & £30 for 3rd party insurance through a friend.

One night after 10 pints of bitter hit a 5 bar gate in a country lane and rolled it, sold it for scrap for £20 3 yrs later saw it in Chatham still on the road and taxed.Long before breatalizers & MOTs so some things have changed for the better.

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By (user no longer on site) 21 weeks ago

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Mk 1 cavalier. It was 10 years old when I bought it, leaked oil, turning circle of a ocean liner, weighed a tonne and an absolute death trap in icy conditions as it was rear wheel drive!!

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*otrod69 By *otrod69   profile verified by photo (M) 21 weeks ago

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Standard 8 followed by a Ford Anglia, think it was over 50 years ago, passed my test in 1963

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By *odfreywilliams  (M) 21 weeks ago

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Ford Cortina MK II. So in love I slept in it the first night.

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By *ssexBiker   profile verified by photo (M) 21 weeks ago

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Mini in the late 80s

I still remember the reg GDA 212N

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By *eorge500x  (M) 21 weeks ago

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Hillman Imp

I can remember driving it down a foggy lane one evening pulled into a gateway stripped off and had a good wank.

Happy days

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By *asperJ  (M) 21 weeks ago

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Ford Anglia 100E with a three forward gears, side valve engine and vacuum powered windscreen wipers that slowed down almost to a stop when going up hill. I was 17 and can still wank to the memory of some of the things I got up to in that car.

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By (user no longer on site) 21 weeks ago

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Passed my test at 17 and on the day, my next door neighbour was wanting to get rid of his 1960 (8 year old) Austin A35 823 ALB in Blue. He was in a panic, as going to Australia in a few days. So I said something stupid and said I'd give him £5 for it and he said yes.

As we tend to be, when we first pass our test and think we're the best driver in the World, I use to throw it all over the place, around the country lanes near where I lived. Until one day, I discovered, cars then were not designed to go around tight country lane bends at 60. It took my Dad's and another car, to tow it out of the field it ended up in, on it's side.

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By (user no longer on site) 21 weeks ago

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Ah, well, the Austin A35 had 4 speed and was OHV and went like the clappers, well, while it was still on four wheels, it did, LOL.

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By (user no longer on site) 12 weeks ago

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1954 Ford Consul Mk1. Black. Bought for £20.

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*etraSuxx By *etraSuxx   profile verified by photo (M) 8 weeks ago

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Austin mini 850. Pgr 146p. Only did 55mph flat out, but cornered like a go cart. Around town, and back lanes nothing could catch it. Sub frame went, so scrapped it. The alloy wheels were worth more than the car.

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By *ldbutbold   profile verified by photo (M) 5 weeks ago

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Rover 90 YPH 891 ex doctors car kept it for a yr but only 20 to the gallon very expensive to run when wages were £8 a week.

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By *nubis51   premium paying member (M) 5 weeks ago

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Mark 1 Ford Escort 1300XL in metallic British Racing Green with tan seats. WXC508K Took my driving test in it too!

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By *lderlygent  (M) 5 weeks ago

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In Germany, 1963, Borgward Isabella. 1500 cc, two tone paintwork, and thinking back, I think I was lucky to escape Germany in one piece. Still, it took me and my family many many miles over Europe. Part of 2nd TAF (Tactical Air Force) so very very cheap fuel.

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*oldfox By *oldfox   profile verified by photo (TV/TS/CD) 5 weeks ago

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red fiat panda custom

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By *umBanditXXX  (M) 5 weeks ago

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A Mini Cooper S purchased in 1965. It came with racing seats and 5 point seatbelts. Just strapping in made me feel like a racer!!

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By *otrob1951   premium paying member (M) 5 weeks ago

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My first was a Ford Cortina MK1, 1500 Super, green in colour. NPD 147D I think, I was 19, paid £250, £125 deposit and rest HP. Had it a year, then got T-boned by a woman in a MGB GT. Bent my car in half.

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By *is-mature   premium paying member (TV/TS/CD) 5 weeks ago

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I bought a white 3.4 Jaguar MkII on a Friday, it had originally been owned by that scoundrel John Stonehouse. Took it to Bournemouth where it returned 9 mpg, sold it back to the bloke on the Monday …

The petrol pump had a habit of not stopping so as you walked away you heard this ominous ticking noise.... not for the feint hearted.

Great fun - I think

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*oredEric By *oredEric  (M) 5 weeks ago

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Renault 5GTL 1.3, red, 5 door. Nicked by joyriders, left wrapped around a bus shelter. I hope it hurt.

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By *odfreywilliams  (M) 5 weeks ago

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MKII Cortina..Beige..the fastest colour......slept in it on my first night.

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By *de67  (M) 5 weeks ago

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2 litre mk1 granada it was so impressive as an 18 yr old in the 1985

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By *athy_CD  (TV/TS/CD) 5 weeks ago

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It was a mini. Actually it was TWO minis - the first and the last. A bloody awful car !

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By *ormat  (M) 5 weeks ago

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I'm American, and my first was a '54 Nash, which I bought in '66 for $100. It had the feature, rare at the time, that the front seats folded back. I made use of that feature a few times before the head gasket blew out a couple of times and I got tired of replacing it.

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By *onjj   premium paying member (M) 5 weeks ago

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My 1st car is a Standard 8 ,bought it in 1963, Still have it, only used for exhibition, Still runs well

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My first car was a Ford Escort Mk 1 - well it was in 1970. It was white 2 door with black seats. I only kept it a few months. Even the rocker switches operating the windscreen wipers etc were so stiff I could not use them. The worse time to buy any car. When you compare what we drove then to the cars today!! It had no acceleration and was useless. I hated it.

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By  *auline55    profile verified by photo premium paying member (TV/TS/CD) 5 weeks ago

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Ford Popular 100e. When it rained the wipers were vacuum operated, so the faster you went slower they went. Slower you went the faster wipers went. Had air conditioning, hole in the floor. Lol wish I still had it.

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By *ajor mistake  (M) 5 weeks ago

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Taking about cars, I guess I was about 22, two other brothers both were petrol heads like me, so we all used to drool at a friends dads Brabham imp rally spec car complete with roll cage etc,

Now our Dad who was about 70 at the time never was that interested to him a car was a way of getting from A to B but he was a capable mechanic , Anyway one day this Imp appeared on our drive way and dad's Morris 1300 was nowhere , of course we all asked where's your car, and whats Mr Bulmer's car doing packed up here, oh we did a swop, it needs the engine doing, I was going to talk to you boys about that head gaskets gone Needless to say, Dad hardly got a look in after we had taken the engine out skimmed the block and head, done a top end job, we had to " borrow it to give it a good run it certainly went very well

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*riedatlast By  *riedatlast    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M) 4 weeks ago

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Wolsey 1500 wall to wall rust but a fun first car

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By *ollydee   premium paying member (M) 4 weeks ago

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Ford Prefect, 50mph. no problem, downhill, with a strong tail wind.

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By *eter1953  (M) 2 weeks ago

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A beautiful Ford Corsair GT with a black vinyl roof. Best car I have ever owned, loved it.

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By  *livebi69    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M) 2 weeks ago

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My first road car was a MK 3 ford escort at the time all my mates had MK2 escorts, would be worth quite a lot now but not as much as the mk2's.

My first vehicle that wasn't a road vehicle, I had it for driving around the fields on the farm I grew up on, was a reliant robin three wheeler, rolled that quite a few times

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By *ssexsucker1   premium paying member (M) 2 weeks ago

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White Austin 1100 TPO889F, had 70,000 miles on the clock and I added 20,000 more in two years before it was scrapped

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*opdrama By  *opdrama    profile verified by photo premium paying member (M) 2 weeks ago

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Mine was a brand new lime green Lada Riva. 1983.

Took a lot of ribbing about it then (and since!). But I loved it

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It was the family car a Worsley automatic. Built like a tank

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By *ottager1953  (M) 6 days ago

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Blue Morris 8 when I was 15, and had no licence. Bought it for £1 and sold it months later for £5. Never profited from any car after that!

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By *i m50  (M) 6 days ago

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Ford Cortina MKIII two door. EXTREMELY rare these days. bought it for 50 notes back in 1988 and sold it about 8 months later

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