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What cool car did you own in your Senior Year of high school?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 2many projects, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. drove the same car my dad did, a '33 chevy 3w hot rod he built and raced in the late 50's early 60's...still have it.
     
  2. Thorkle Rod
    Joined: May 24, 2006
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    55 Chevy Belaire
     
  3. customcory
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    Here is my 48 in the high school parking lot in 1977.

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  4. I had a chopped '51 Mercury with a built flathead, 6x2, headers, full pleat job, all the bells & whistles, etc. Ok, I'm lying, I had a Mazda RX7.
     
  5. cavemag
    Joined: Jan 8, 2011
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    Class of 2011.My friends 68 Notchback Barracuda. It's getting a big block in it as we speak . The only vehicle that was pre 64 was another friends 54 chevy truck that got the standard streetrod build. Digital gauges, a 4.3 vortec, and a hideous ass paint job. Yellow and orange ekg stripes to be exact.
     
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  6. dirtpoor
    Joined: Feb 10, 2007
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    from maryland

    Class of 87.Started with 55 chevy 4 door then a 69 Camaro then nice 66 Impala with 327.I did not know till later it was set up for NOS but was to poor to buy the stuff.
     
  7. KentuckyFried34
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    This was mine, 1969 Impala, 327/Glide, one of the first 4 or 5 cars around my town with air ride I think. Class of 2000.



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  8. redzula
    Joined: Jul 6, 2011
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    junior year
    87 S-10 "mexitruck" hand me down from my older brother
    then 96 honca civic (I know I know I had an import phase but im came back to the darkside eventually)
     
  9. D-fens
    Joined: Aug 30, 2007
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    from Huntsville

    Class of '82. '65 Beetle, as cal-look as I could afford to make it.

    Sorry. LOL.
     
  10. derbydad276
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    class of 81 ... 71 trans am 455 H.O.
    my son class of 2012 .... 67 f100 already voted coolest ride in school kids that had their daddy buy them a new mustang are jealous
     
  11. MOguy
    Joined: Nov 14, 2008
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    Class of '73 here - I had a '64 Olds Dynamic 88 4-door (similar body style to your '63). Mine was beige with a brown interior and had the 2-bbl 394. My friends called it the Queen Mary and when we went to the drive-in movies, we always set sail in the Queen.
     
  12. 1953girlracer
    Joined: Dec 27, 2010
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    from Redlands

    40 ford pickup with flathead


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  13. Dan in Pasadena
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    Class of '72: Yes, I was an IDIOT! I was driving my Dad's purchased-new '55 Chevy 2 door hardtop Belair. 235, 3 spd with overdrive. Originally black over two tone orange/red & ivory interior. But of course I didn't want it. It was a 17 year old car at the time. Like a '94 car your parent's bought new would be today.

    Gave it back to my dad and bought a '66 Chevy van, dropped a LOT of work & money (well, as much as a $2.35/hr job at Sears would let me) on it. Such a damn fool. My dad sold it for $450!
     
  14. '32 5 window, stock as a stove,,,,cost me $50,,,,,,1957


    Oh,,,this is an oldie, 'aint it?
     
  15. Old Dixie
    Joined: Sep 30, 2007
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    A 1958 Blue and white Dodge Royal 4-door Fins and all
     
  16. suedestude
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    I drove a 1932 chopped top ford with a 327 rodchester fuel inj.Oh if I could only turn back time!!!!
     

  17. hands down it was me in 1975 with dads hand me down 1966 ford fairlane station wagon with a 200cid straight 6
     
  18. Class of 1974. Car was '72 Chevelle SS. Bought for 1,400 hard earned lawn mowin, leaf-raking, floor sweeping, rock picking, etc. dollars. Traded for Datsun pickup (kick self again!) in 1980.

    Internet pic of car ... mine was the same, even the wheels are real close. I get teary-eyed just thinking about it (kick self once more !!).

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  19. 1964countrysedan
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    from Texas

    I got a much "cooler" one not long after this picture was taken
     

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  20. hillbillyhellcat
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    My little brother graduated in '05. This was his car, our first total restoration. It had a 170, then a 250, then finally a tired, tired 302. It wasn't fast, or exceptionally nice - but it was his, until I wrecked it while he was in college. I sold it to some guy in Philly with the LR 1/4 cut off, I wonder what happened to it.
     

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  21. 23 ford t bucket.. first hot rod me and my dad built together..
     
  22. 1978 - mine was a '63 Plymouth Belvedere longroof mild custom with a 64 hemi hood scoop and old max wedge wheels with rings and poverty caps.

    Certainly not the coolest, or the badest, but I was ahead of my time. :cool:
     
  23. spot
    Joined: Jun 10, 2009
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    from usa

    1981 I was the lone traditional guy at my school. Drove a 65 f100. Loved that truck. Still have it although its mostly a parts truck now thanks to a drunk driver hitting me head on.
     
  24. oldiron73
    Joined: May 26, 2009
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    Not a cool car but it got better gas mileage than many small cars today a 1979 Plymouth Horizon drove that until someone hit me/then I drove my Dads 1962 Ford F100 223 six, 3 on the three, AM radio, until we found a different car.......
     
  25. DenverFlash
    Joined: Dec 5, 2008
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    '65 GTO in 1970. Paid for it baggin' groceries. Lots of fun. Lots of friendly street racing. Only lost one time - to another 65 Goat! Course I chose my races carefully. Wish I had that car back.
     
  26. jperson
    Joined: Sep 7, 2011
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    1951 Chevrolet Bel-Air. Put in a 235 and switched over to 12V and drove the hell out of it. Many broken trannies and axles before I swapped out the enclosed driveline with a 4 speed and a 9 inch.

    Bought it in 1995 when I was 15. Daily driver till I went in the Marine Corps. Just started a full frame off on it this year.
     
  27. hotrod_32
    Joined: Mar 8, 2006
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  28. rlsteel
    Joined: Apr 10, 2005
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    1955 chevy 2 door hard top 265 3 speed black orange and white interior.Alway,s said I got a million dollar education with that car because I broke it alot.payed $275 for it in 1970. Rls
     
  29. Mark Hinds
    Joined: Feb 20, 2009
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    from pomona ca

    The only picture of my 36 5 window was in the school paper. Lousy picture but my first build.
     

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  30. 23dragster
    Joined: Apr 22, 2011
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    from U.S.

    Had a 63 Ford Fairlane 500 I bought for $400 with a rebuilt motor and blown-out headlights. Loudest car you ever heard, 3 speed stick on the floor, 5 gallon can for a fuel tank, no rear seats, and loads of smiles when piled hi with buddies. =)
     

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