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    My first ride with a motor was a Honda 250 Elsinore enduro (wish I still had it). My first car was Grandma's 64 Cuda with a slant six and three on the tree (wish I still had that one too).
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    1953 Mercury four door, automatic with the reverse gone out. Really needed to be careful where we parked it. It was my moms car after the divorce. I was 16.

    Dang. OK vehicle, car or truck in my mind. Tohatsu 50cc 3 speed two stroke. It would blow off Honda s90s all day long. I was 14.
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    For me it was a 1947 Ford 8N farm tractor and later I drove my dad's 1929 Ford A sedan.( he was a antique car buff at the time)
    The first modern car I drove alone was a 1970 Ford Maverick
    We thought about it for a long time, "Endeavor to persevere." And when we had thought about it long enough, we declared war on the Union

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    !968 Mercury Monterey fastback.

    GREAT thing about being the oldest son - my birthday was in June. Dad got me the car, the PREVIOUS October. It glowed in the dark, from all the wax & Armor All, before I ever got my driver's license!
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    #1= 1929 Ford coupe, #2 1931 Ford 2-D sedan cost $100 each and ran good.
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    Does a horse and buggy count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Has Been View Post
    Does a horse and buggy count?
    Yes it would Count
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    We thought about it for a long time, "Endeavor to persevere." And when we had thought about it long enough, we declared war on the Union

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