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What Did You Come Home From The Hospital In As a Baby?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by stlouisgasser, Jul 17, 2009.

  1. brand new 56 Chevy pickup, 2 months older than me
     
  2. novabbc
    Joined: Feb 1, 2011
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    55 Chevy BelAir 6 cyl auto.
     
  3. 4406
    Joined: Dec 29, 2009
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    from Oklahoma

  4. RAG66
    Joined: Jun 1, 2008
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    I am proud to say it was a 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner... Not exactly a HAMB friendly car but it was my uncle's brand new car. He passed away on Thanksgiving 2011. I will miss him! The car ran the 383, pistol grip shifter, Ansen sprint (oval slot) wheels. I have seen pictures and it was all that cool guy thing!!:)
     
  5. tex1935
    Joined: Jul 17, 2010
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    A wonderful lady in Willow Glen Ca. Came home in a 1939 Packard 120 touring sedan. Daisy Star is her name and yes she still has that car,and yes she still drives it.texs@1935
     
  6. historynw
    Joined: May 26, 2008
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    47/48 Plymouth couple my fathers first new car when he came home from the war. He still had it when my brother & I came along he got rid of it around 62-63.
     
  7. Eastpunk
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    Love this thread =)

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    My family sported a 1963 Chevy II for the ride home (and several years after).
     
  8. I think it was my dad's 50 Merc 4 door. My mom still owns it, it is in my garage right now. And my son is using it in his wedding in about 2 weeks.
     
  9. woodywagon1965r
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    I think it was my grandmothers brand new 59 galaxie...dad was watching football and i think all he had was a old panhead..lol grandma hated him
     
  10. im not sure noone seems to remember but it was either my moms 68 firebird she bought new (which became my first car) or my grandpas 70 4 door biscane (not sure when he bought it) i was born in april 70 if he didnt have the biscane allready it was his 4 door 55 belair turquoise and white id like to think it was the 55

    could also been my moms 60 thunderbird .......hmmmmmm
     
  11. Old Heap
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    1957 Chevy 4door, black with red interior.
     
  12. kenmel
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    66 coronet 2 dr:cool:
     
  13. Stu D Baker
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    5 year old 1941 Plymouth 4 door. Oh yeah, I'm pretty sure there was a pack of Lucky Stikes on the dash. Stu
     
  14. SquireDon
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    from Oregon

    Brand spankin' new 1977 Ford Grenada 4 door. Silver with Red Guts. My mom made my dad trade in his '70 Dodge R/T for it before the New Baby came (Me).

    Yes, I am ashamed.
     
  15. 39cent
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    My Dads 2 year old 1936 chevy.
     
  16. 1911 Model T, nope not that old just poor enough that we still drove one in 1967,ha,ha......
     
  17. Moondog13
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    One of these ('83 Chrysler Fifth Avenue, same color too!):

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    Not that cool, but my mom loved that car... loved it until we got T-boned when I was around two... :D
     
  18. Fiddytree
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    from Durango

    '40 Ford coupe. gotta find those pictures!
     
  19. LOWDOWN2
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    from Ontario

    '47 Ford Coach...
     
  20. doc's
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    Old thread, new reply...
    '70 C-10 Suburban (all black, base as you can get w/ a heater), still own it today.
     
  21. Probably dads mk4 Zodiac (English Ford) that he transplanted a hot 289 into..


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  22. 49ratfink
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    San lorenzo .jpg a picture is worth a thousand words. looking at the age of my brother and sister in the photo I might actually have been there, just not born yet. looks like Grandmas house in San Lorenzo. 1953 Chevrolet 4 door. green.
     

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  23. Manic Mechanix
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    1963 Buick Lesabre. I have somehow felt connected to 1963 buick lesabre/Wildcats ever since.
     
  24. raymay
    Joined: Mar 2, 2008
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    My parents had a 1948 Chevy when I was born. Our son back in 1976 came home in the first 1937 Chevy I built.
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  25. JB_roadrage
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    I came home in a 72 Mach 1 Mustang, Q code 351C, 4 speed.. that's sitting in my garage right now with only 43,000 on it...
     
  26. mr.chevrolet
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    my parents were poor, they made me walk.
     
  27. doc's
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  28. RmK57
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    51 Ford. I was born in 57 so it wasn't that old of a car.


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  29. OldColt
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    Black 1939 Dodge Sedan, the family car at the time (1949). Dad junked it around 1953/1954, and replaced it with a Black 1949 Ford Coupe after the front suspension collapsed.

    --- Steve ---
     

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