My first car was a blue 1987 Toyota Corolla. It was a hand-me-down. That isn't the specific car I had, but that is what it looked like.
I don't drive yet but when i do i want a pink car :D
maybe a fiat 500 i think they look pretty cool..
The first car I drove was my mom's 1961 Thunderbird. The first one I owned was a 1966 Buick Lemans.
A 1959 Chevy. Boy, that thing was long and huge!
One of these, after some work on the engine, it was pushing out 70+ bhp at the rear wheels, not much these days but enough to surprise a few people back then...
A powder blue 1965 Valiant. That thing was a screamer.
A white 2 door Toyota Celica.
My family had a 1970 Ford Galaxy 4 door. This isn't it but this is what it looked like but in better shape. It is even the same nasty green. We bought it a state auction from the DOT. The great thing about was people often thought we were unmarked cops … Read more
It was a pink hand-me-down, almost new, American Motors Rambler.
The Envy of all MANKIND . . . .
74 Buick Estate, Station Wagon. Clark W. Griswald would be proud!!
This bad boy had a 455 V8 engine and Chugged Gasoline . . . It didn't sip it. It was $150 from an old lady in our church, and it took some … Read more
A light blue Volkswagen Beetle. :)
My first car was a 1965 green Chevy Corvair. 95 whopping horse power, 3 speed on the floor, no AC, heat didn't work and single speed wipers. Not much of a car but it was mine and I loved it. This pic isn't my car but it looks exactly like it.
A beachside condo for my mom. And a nice assisted living facility for my mother-in-law.
If you find a womans erogenous zone it will cause orogeny. Which is where the saying, "Did the earth move for you?" originates from.
Norman Tinsnips of Stoke on Trent invented the art of paper folding by utilising movements in the Earth's Crust - he called it Orogeny.
It's a slow process.
The first paper hat will be available in about 300 million years.