Thought this might be fun:
  1. 1978 Chevrolet Malibu, sky blue
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    I drove this in high school, late 1980s. It looked like a heap of junk, but my grandpa had replaced the engine with a much newer V8. It had SO MUCH POWER. I got pulled over SO MANY TIMES.
  2. 1989 VW Fox (in 1996)
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    Suggested by @eamato
  3. 1983 Volkswagen Quantum 5-speed
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    With dents in 4 of the six panels - slow down ladies, the line forms to the left!
    Suggested by @BWN_7
  4. 1979 Volvo 240 wagon
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    I named her Louise. Family mobile of my youth. My brother crashed it a month before he left for the Air Force then my dad replaced the fender from a gold model. It was affectionately renamed GoldFender and could fit a lot of friends. Miss that car.
    Suggested by @jaidub
  5. 1964 VW Bug.
    It was truly a heap, but I learned a lot from it. When I graduated from high school my parents & grandparents joined up to get me a 1974 Mustang II which I adored. 🏎
    Suggested by @Starmist
  6. 1983 Volvo 240, named Paco
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    Suggested by @biz
  7. 1989 Honda Civic Hatchback
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    Suggested by @missy
  8. Oh @jhope71 Jamie , we had very similar cars and lived in the same era. Mine was a.1978 Ford Fairmont white with a baby blue top. No A/C, in Texas.
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    Suggested by @becktacular
  9. 1980 Volkswagen Rabbit, 4-door, diesel, manual transmission, silver with a red interior
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    Suggested by @michele