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I grew up around a family of die-hard ford fans, and I must admit was a part of that until later in my teenage years. I actually built a Ford Mustang foxbody that had been neglected when I got it, and I repaired many things and even installed a carb'd 302 motor and transmission into it before I was legal to drive! I ended up selling this later on down the road, and ended up buying a 1994 Camaro Z28 from a boss I had. It had 83,000 original miles and I was in love with this car; once it was cleaned up it looked amazing.

I would have to say that this 1994 Camaro is now my favorite car, it's still in my driveway and I drive it on weekends. It's now sporting a 383 Stroker with a mild cam, built 4L60e transmission and a Strange rear-end with 3.73 gearing.Β  It's quite a blast to drive!

What's your favorite car, andΒ  the story behind it!

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Right now my favorite car is the newish Ford Mustangs those Coyote 5.0L motors sound wicked with exhaust.


   
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My first car was my favorite and I miss it to this day - 1978 Pontiac Trans-Am 400 with 400turbo tranny was awesome. I keep looking at them now and wondering why someone would pay all that money lol I got mine for $1500 when I was 17 (50 now). If I could find one for a decent price I would get it but I won't pay what they want now πŸ™


   
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My first car was my favorite and I miss it to this day - 1978 Pontiac Trans-Am 400 with 400turbo tranny was awesome. I keep looking at them now and wondering why someone would pay all that money lol I got mine for $1500 when I was 17 (50 now). If I could find one for a decent price I would get it but I won't pay what they want now πŸ™

Hell yeah, all those classic muscle cars are expensive now. That would've been a sweet ride for a 17 year old! I had a 1989 Ford Mustang Hatchback at 18, with a backyard built 302. Ended up with some eBay turbo kit that blew the motor in short order πŸ˜‰ Fun times though.

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I like power cars like dogde


   
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otherwise nice post..


   
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I had the privilege of owning a 1973 Datsun 240Z. It had straight 6 and a hood that went on for eternity. The best car I can remember!! Great gas milage and comfortable.

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@jim1973 Awesome ride, definitely a fun car to drive I am sure!

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My personal top tier track car combos
Macau = Frx17, Frx90, GTR1, P1
Suzuka = Perfect track anything above Adac vehicle Performance works on it.
Sepang = Frx17, GTR1, Similar to Suzuka in anything above ADAC/GT3 works great on it.


   
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Interesting choices!

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