~ 1986 Mercury Topaz ~
Well where to start... my very first car I ever owned was a 1986 Mercury Topaz. Who hasn't owned one of those at one point or another?? lol anyway that car was pretty sweet to be honest I still regret selling it but oh well. It had power windows / locks 5 speed stick shift tinted windows gray exterior gray interior 2 door with spoiler very nice car unfortunately I don't have any pics.
~ 1991 Ford Taurus ~
Than I "upgraded" to a 1991 Ford Taurus... ya some upgrade huh. Anyway this car was one of the most reliable vehicles I've ever seen, it never once hesitated starting even when we had winters as cold as -64 (celsius!) so I have to say it was a pretty good car in that respect. Also, I swear it seemed like that car had 4x4 some days... you could drive through anything, literally anything and it wouldn't get stuck. It was absolutely nuts.
~ 1986 Pontiac Trans Am ~
Well last summer I decided that the Ford Taurus just wasn't "cool" anymore (like it ever was in the first place LOL) so I went out and bought this gorgeous 1986 Pontiac Trans Am. When I seen this car, all I could say was WOW. It was red with silver trim at the bottom, just waiting for me to take it home and love it forever.
After putting about $1400 worth of repairs into it (new drums, shoes, rotors, pads, transmission mount, K&N air filter) as well as a couple of "freebie" fixes (new front bumper, bumper cover, car bra, new paint on the new front bumper) it was beautiful. All it needed after that was window tint (all 5% (limo tint) including the t-tops, except the front driver / passenger side windows which are 20%) and maybe a good stereo and it was good to go.
The stereo I ended up ripping out of the Taurus (my first Pioneer cd deck I bought ages ago) and than I put some nice Kenwood 6�" speakers as well as a Kenwood 12" subwoofer / Kenwood Excelon 1000w amplifier with remote bass control (the amp came with the car... not bad at all!). Well all I can say about my experience with Kenwood stereos is this: speakers were decent, amplifier was pretty good for a low end amp, and the subs were kinda crappy. (I had 2, blew one of them using a crappy Sony X-Plod amp... which by the way are garbage amplifiers, DO NOT buy a Sony amp!)
~ 2005 Ford Ranger EDGE ~
Well... my first thoughts on this truck were what a gorgeous color. "Sonic Blue" was the name... some people said it looked more of a "purple" than a blue, but either way it was a sweet color. It was the absolute base model truck, but at the time I didn't care, I just loved the color and wanted the vehicle ASAP! After driving it solid for just over a month (putting almost 3,000kms on it in a month!) I ended up getting in an accident with it and totalling it off. The person I hit ran a stop sign, but I was doing around 80km/h in a 50 zone so it went 50/50. Either way, the truck was written off and that was the end of it.
~ 2006 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 ~
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