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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. eric
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    HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! now thats funny!!!

    my junior year i scored a '63 ranchero, spent all summer fixing it up and then some clown ran a red light and totaled it, insurance money was spent on buying my 1955 Chevy bel-air, still own it too! drove the piss out of it too!
     
  2. Pete1
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    from Wa.

    This is the only car I had when I was in high school and my folks didn't know I was racing. This was 1948.
    It was 1/4 mile paved oval.
     

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  3. My 1949 Kaiser I got to drive around my last year. Broke down on prom night, the sun of a bitch.
     
  4. 41DeluxeRat
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    class of 2005, i definitely had one of the most bad ass rides. I had a 1974 Dart swinger with a 340, dual exhaust, shift kit, glass packs, 10 inch tires in the rear with 6 inch in the front, on craggar ss rims with spinners, air ride, i bought the car when i was 14, and restored it by the age of 16 when i got my license. There was another kid who had a 71 coronet, but he had a slant six, and there was a kid with a nova, but mine was def. the best out of them all, and the only one that didn't get in trouble for doing a smoke show on graduation night. :cool: (the security guard had a thing for Mopars)
     
  5. Bazooka
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    67 firebird with a 4 speed. By that time I had pulled out the 350 and replaced it with a 428
     
  6. 67gt390
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    Class of 84, 67 ford galaxie xl. White w/black vinyl top, bucket seats, console floor shift, 390 4bbl. Still have it along with eveything else I ever bought. Ron
     
  7. 8769
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    from kennesaw

    I wouldn't say it was a cool car but I loved it, 78 monte carlo, I also had a 72 monte carlo that was my first car.

    So looking back on it I had two cars when I was 18 and that somehow helps me justify the 5 cars I have now. Or maybe what my friends say is true and I do have a problem... and it dates all the way back to my teens.

    Troy
     
  8. I missed this one. This was what i had after the 54 Merc and prior to the start of the build of the Tempest. Yeah, that's my punk ass. 1966.
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  9. sanfordsotherson
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    That's what you told her dad...what really happened???:D
     
  10. Class of '72
    Had 3 cars my senior year, all held the #1 parking spot

    '66 GTO w-421 tri-power, 4sp
    was a worn out 389 when I got it my Junior year
    sold it for a big profit, I wanted a van

    '62 Ford Econoline no window van, built 351 Cleveland & top loader 4sp
    converted myself from 6cyl after reading a Hot Rod magazine article
    crashed that one, it was a real handful

    '64 El Camino w-283 4sp
    installed new crate LT1 350, w-Smokey Yunick SY1 intake & C/R Muncie
    car was stolen a couple years later
     

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  11. Joshua Shaw
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    55' Chev Sedan Delivery. Never got it built.. (Thanks GOD!! Cause at the time I wanted to pro street it!)

    sold it to buy my 32' ford tudor body.


    J Shaw
     
  12. FloridaJoe
    Joined: Aug 23, 2008
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    A metallic-green '72 Nova w/mild 350 & auto.

    It ran 14.3's all day long, smoke tires like no tomorrow, and get lots of looks at the car shows. Kinda sad that I had to sell it.
     
  13. Chops
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  14. Kerry67
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    I had a 73 Buick Century that I got off my brother. The ass end was all smashed but he owed me $40 so he gave me the car. Ran GREAT and was actually quite quick. It was a nice car until the back end got smashed. I drove it for about a year and sold it for $250 if I remember right.
     
  15. son of Mr.'55
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    I didn't have a car. I rode a 20" bicycle. if I drove it was my parent's car. my last day of school, I drove my parent's 1975 Caddy Fleetwood Brougham with the 500cu.in. motor.
     
  16. skwurl
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    I had a 76 280z and a VW bug 68.
     
  17. 61TBird
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    A 1974 Vega Kammback(wagon).
    Oh yeah...I was "Mr Cool" in that car...
     
  18. Michael Pukash
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    Aztec Red 57 chevy 2 door post!
     
  19. Pscott
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    62 Impala SS, really low option, 283 w/PG
    it was Roman Red with black interior
    sure wish I had a decent pic
    It wouldn't smoke the tires, but plenty of smoke left the tailpipe!
     
  20. swilly572
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    Class of 92. Had (still do) an 85 Z-28. Wasn't an IROC, but girls didn't know any better :cool:
     
  21. olscrounger
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    In 1960 had a 57 Pontiac Starchief 2 dr. ht.--silver ,lowered,olds fiestas with factory 3-2's-was pretty quick and had the look--have some pics somewhere
     
  22. Paul B
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    I had a 1967 mustang gt fastback 390 4 speed 1970
     
  23. arkiehotrods
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    '66 Caprice 2 dr hdtp, 396, Turbo 400, factory buckets and console with gauges in the console. Fast, comfortable, and would fry the tires off. On that car I did my first brake job, first engine rebuild, first front end rebuild, and lots more.

    Second car was a 55 Chevy 210 2 dr sedan. Granny green with a white top until I painted it 75 Corvette Yellow.

    Third car was a chopped, channeled, fenderless 30 Ford coupe powered by 289, C-4, 8 inch rear.
     
  24. 32fenderless
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    class of '91

    I had a '30 highboy coupe-graffitti style and a '79 Malibu.
     
  25. Hellfish
    Joined: Jun 19, 2002
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    '77 Gremlin, and a 78? Futura for a month or 2
     
  26. haha, I ruled the roost my senior year of High School. 1960 VW with roll back top and some serious work done to it. 2110cc motor, dual webers, dynoed 200hp, 4.11 gears and a short throw 4 speed. It was the smasher of high school kids egos and the destroyer of 350 camaros and novas during my senior year. :D Car would run a high 13 second quarter mile and eat your lunch from stop light to stop light. ;)

    Since then I've always had a great appreciation for doing more with less. Must explain my love of the Slant 6.
     
  27. Deuce Roadster
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    Senior year ... 1966

    I had a 5 year old 40 HP VW bug.
    I went to one of the larger high schools in the area ( 1200 students ) and maybe only 40 or 50 students drove to school. Some of the 40/50 drove their mom or dads car. So I was actually pretty lucky to have my own car ... even if it was a Volkswagen. ;)

    It was not fast, cool or any of the things a gearhead high school senior wanted ... but it was rock steady dependable, easy on gas ( 30 cents a gallon ) and got me and my girl friend ( now my wife :) ) where we wanted to go.

    :D
     
  28. 72 chevelle ss...red with black interior...like an idiot I sold it (way too cheaply) and bought a new 77 camaro...if I knew then what I know now
     
  29. Offy
    Joined: Jul 22, 2003
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    I had a '51 Plymouth 4 door Cranbrook C-dan with a screamin' flat head six that would do darn near 70 mph. It was a pristine one owner with less that 40,000 miles and I paid $200 for it. I had the oldest, slowest but cleanest car in the group.
     
  30. yblock292
    Joined: Oct 10, 2006
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    1968 37 ford coupe merc flathead.
     

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