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.
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
It was a pink hand-me-down, almost new, American Motors Rambler.
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
A white 2 door Toyota Celica.
A powder blue 1965 Valiant. That thing was a screamer.
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 1959 Chevy. Boy, that thing was long and huge!
The first car I drove was my mom's 1961 Thunderbird. The first one I owned was a 1966 Buick Lemans.
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..
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 haven't started driving yet, but my dad has hinted that I'll be getting his 2013 BMW M5. Looking forward to it :)
A 1998 lifted Jeep Cherokee. I actually just lifted it more this weekend too :)
I remember a little paper pouch on yarn that we wore around our necks. Each day my mom would put in 4 cents to pay for my milk. I also remember little rugs for nap time and huge cardboard blocks to play with.
Elmer's white glue didn't taste good.
They were stingy with the orange slices.
The boys always pulled on my pony tails.
~ awe fond memories ~
Kindergarten was in the ground floor of a church.
Riding a big wooden toy firetruck down the hill in the parking lot.
Living in Inglewood California, finger painting and the name of my kindergarten teacher... Mrs. Whalen,
1. My Holly Hobbie lunchbox
2. The board game Candyland
3. Getting in trouble for talking during "quiet time" 😁