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What did you take your drivers license test in?

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  1. gus gustafson
    Joined: Mar 13, 2006
    Posts: 33

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    I just put side pipes on my dad's 55 Olds , passed my license, but got a ticket for loud exhaust ..some great posts ...thk/u. gus
     
  2. Fedman
    Joined: Dec 17, 2005
    Posts: 1,163

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    In a 1965 Cadillac Sedan deVille on Monday February 3rd 1975. Exactly 2 weeks after turning 16 and having a learners permit for the minimum amount of time. It was also snowing like a bastard! One of the most important days of this young Mans life at the time.
     
  3. infamous1
    Joined: Jul 18, 2012
    Posts: 5

    infamous1
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    from NC

    1991 in a 1988 eldorado haha

    scared to death!!!!!
     
  4. summersshow
    Joined: Mar 3, 2013
    Posts: 899

    summersshow
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    from NC

    1961 Chevy Corvair van... 3 speed under the seat...

    Lost License for 110 in a 65... Gone 1 year...

    Than I had to start over in a 63 Belair 4 door... It was almost christmas and I had a dead christmas tree tied to the roof with lights on it...
     
  5. hermit ridge salvage
    Joined: Jul 14, 2011
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    hermit ridge salvage
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    from oklahoma

    Dad's 52 pontiac four door. I wanted to pop the caps and be cool. He looked at me..and the caps stayed on.
     
  6. badsix
    Joined: Sep 26, 2010
    Posts: 108

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    from oregon

    55 Buick in 1965 passed. m/c endorsement in 1969 instructor said start the bike, use the left turn signal, use the right turn signal, step on the brake, blow the horn, you passed.
    Jay D.
     
  7. L. Eckart
    Joined: Jul 8, 2005
    Posts: 445

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    My parents 53 Chevy Belair hardtop. The next week I took it to the muffler shop and had a split manifold and dual Porter glass packs installed. My dad was not impressed and after a few months he traded it for a new 57 Chevy hardtop. He didn't let me drive the 57 much and made it clear to not screw around with the exhaust although it was the 283 power pack engine with factory duals. Sweet car.
     
  8. mashed
    Joined: Oct 15, 2011
    Posts: 1,474

    mashed
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    from 4077th

    Why someone would reply with a blatantly off topic vehicle is beyond me.

    I'm sure the target of this thread was for the older members.
     
  9. wicarnut
    Joined: Oct 29, 2009
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    On my 16th birthday,1964. My older sisters, 58 Ford 4door V8 auto. Had a lot of drive time in that car, passed. I had my own car, 57 Chev, But didn't think the police would appreciate the glass packs w/o tail pipes. John
     
  10. My 68 GTO, on my 16th birthday exactly in 1979. Even made my Mom take me down in the morning and skipped out on school a bit! I still have the GTO also.
     
  11. 64 falcon Ranchero .........260, 4 speed. Dad's first and only brand new car.
     
  12. casey jones
    Joined: Jan 28, 2014
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    from california

    A 1964 Plymouth Fury. Sounds nerdish after hearing about all the SS and Bel Airs.
     
  13. RAM AIR 400
    Joined: Feb 23, 2014
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    RAM AIR 400
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    from MN

    1963 Pontiac Starchief four door hardtop. Two wheel test on a 90 Bridgestone Sport
     
  14. whtbaron
    Joined: Sep 12, 2012
    Posts: 573

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    from manitoba

    When my dad (born in 1928) needed a licence, my grandfather went to the DMV and picked it up for him. When I went I used my dad's new 73 Impala because my 67 Pontiac wouldn't pass the safety. My son had his licence for 2 weeks before he rolled my pickup.... can't wait to see what the grandson does...
     
  15. BigDogSS
    Joined: Jan 8, 2009
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    from SoCal

    My mother's 1978 Mercury Zephyr Z7 in 1979. I had visions of Bob Glidden's NHRA Pro Stock champion-winning Fairmont Futura with that Zeph.
     
  16. bobfrev
    Joined: Dec 21, 2006
    Posts: 151

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    mom's 1965 Impala
     
  17. gdub
    Joined: Sep 16, 2004
    Posts: 202

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    A 428 powered 69 Pontiac station wagon. Parallel parking was impossible but that car would haul ass.
     
  18. Deuced Up!
    Joined: Feb 8, 2008
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    1980 Camaro. It was my parent's car and just a few years old.
     
  19. bajones238
    Joined: Jan 3, 2012
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    My dad's 1962 Buick Special wagon (February, 1969).

    [​IMG]
     
  20. summersshow
    Joined: Mar 3, 2013
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    Hey HEY now,,, Im not an older member... But both of my drivers license cars were old cars... Not just old people drive old cars... But yes agreed keep on topic cars please...
     
  21. ned5049
    Joined: May 9, 2009
    Posts: 400

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    Summer of '62. My Dad's 56 Olds 88 with Fiesta wheel covers and a sticky gas pedal. Passed !!!
     
  22. RayJarvis
    Joined: Oct 11, 2010
    Posts: 209

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    chevy biscane. throttle stuck and I ditched her. that's my story and im stickin to it lol
     
  23. ...Took mine in a 62' Dodge Lancer. I bought the car when I was 15...and had it all hot-rodded so I'd be ready when I finally got my license.
    ...But I drove down a one way street the wrong way and flunked. Took it again ten days later...and it was the same exact route. Needless to say, I didn't make the same mistake twice!
     

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  24. B Ramsey
    Joined: Mar 29, 2009
    Posts: 646

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    A cabover Pete with a 48' flatbed.
     
  25. nicky64chevy
    Joined: Jan 13, 2008
    Posts: 11

    nicky64chevy
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    1963 Buick Skylark Covertible

    1979 Kawasaki LTD 400
     
  26. 56sedandelivery
    Joined: Nov 21, 2006
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    My Father was a career military man. After he retired from that he went to work as a Washington State Drivers License Examiner!!! He came home from work one afternoon, and announced he booked time for my sister and I to take the tests. We had been "learning" in a 57 Chevrolet, 210 Townsman wagon. But, it was getting a new transmission the day of our tests. So, we took them in Mom's 65 Oldsmobile, Jet Star 88, 4 door sedan. My sister past her driving test by one point; she went first. I passed too, but would't tell her my score. When we got home she managed to grad my test results from my hand, and after seeing the score, tore it up. I passed with a very good score, my only problem was the parallel parking part of the exam; the Olds had very easy power steering as opposed to the 57 wagon, and I was't used to it. And, our Father, DID NOT do our tests. My sister later on totaled the wagon, and the folks sold the Olds for $100.00 to a friend of my younger brother. I would have bought the car had I even known the were going to sell it, and dropped a 455 in it with a TH400; would have been a heck of a sleeper. Car was black with red interior. That was 1968; to only go back in time to those days. Butch/56sedandelivery.
     
  27. BSL409
    Joined: Aug 28, 2011
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    I think it was 1979 and I took it in 1975 Mustang II :eek:<O:p</O:p
     
  28. hipster
    Joined: Mar 1, 2014
    Posts: 98

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    1965 Oldsmobile Starfire. My mom's car, nasty old gold color- lol. tested in 1981. passed first time, but mom was a driver's ed teacher..Used it for prom a year or so later- car was a FAST boat. Wish it was still around :(
     
  29. Gary Addcox
    Joined: Aug 28, 2009
    Posts: 2,417

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    I "drove" my parents' '59 Ford Custom 300. 292 w/3 on the tree. In '63, all tests were taken with standards, no automatics. Luckily, I could see THROUGH the steering wheel since I sure as hell couldn't see OVER it. Over the years, I wished I had extended up as much as I have extended out. I still like small steering wheels !.......................
     
  30. 50 ford ragtop.
     

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