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1987 Volkswagen Jetta GLi 8V

My first car. It had a Neuspeed Front stress bar, K&N panel filter, sport springs and shocks.

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1991 Pontiac Trans Am GTA

5.7 Liter with auto tranny.  Stock with WS-6 suspension.  Awesome fun and incredibly fast, cool car, I miss it alot.

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1986 BMW 325es

My current and favorite car.  I love it!   Impeccable reliability like all bimmers, awesome fun to drive, cheap, classy, good looks, kinda fast.

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Here is my old 1985 Mercedes Benz 300SD TurboDiesel.&nbsp; Inline 5, 3.0 litre motor.&nbsp; I bought it because it is big, roomy, comfortable, classy, well built, safe, and the engines are known for lengevity.&nbsp; Indeed, the Diesel Mercedes engines have been used for decades in German and Dutch taxi cabs as a result of their good reputation.&nbsp; </DIV>

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1990 535i. 5 speed big Inline 6, pretty quick. The car was too fast for me and I didnt want to own that much car. It is the car that BMW does best, midsize quick, understated sport sedan.

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My 1997 Subaru Outback Sport, my 2nd Subaru (Black Outback Limited Wagon not shown).  This is at a rallyX in Indiana. It was a great car until I drifted it into a tree on a snowy road.  Both airbags deployed and it looked like heck but once I slipped the belt back onto the pulleys I drove it home from Kohler, WI to Chicago!

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My first "nice" daily driver in a while, maybe ever!  This was was perfect in every way.  3.5" pipe from the turbo back, upgraded ECU, upgraded intake and voltage regulator, etc.  I loved it to death but I wanted more cargo room and ground clearance so I sold it.

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1995 BMW M3

This is my favorite car of all time, no matter what!  I dont have one yet, i doubt i ever will cause they are not extremely practical, but 10/10

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My beloved 1987 Land Rover Range Rover Classic. Here it is on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, home of Canada's Grand Prix race. I miss this the most out of all my cars, but at 205K miles, it was starting to get tired and I needed something more run-of-the-mill for trips. One day i may get another one.

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1992 Chevrolet Suburban K1500 4x4. My trusty old American friend. Never let me down in 28,000 miles across dozens of states and 2 countries. A real performer, it never missed a beat and was capable of everything from towing a disabled RV up a hill on the interstate, rescuing stuck 4x4s and towing cars, trucks and scrap metal. It will be missed....

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My next replacement: a 1998 Outback Sport.  This one suffered a dip in the icy water of Lake Sinissippi, WI at an ice race.  I trailered it home but got in running again in a few days.  I soon sold it to a guy with full disclosure of the flood damage and rear wheel bearing problem.

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My current daily driver: 2005 Subaru Outback Limited.  AWD, manual, limited slip in the back and heated everything.  I love this car.  It is perfect for everyday practical use and the occasional TSD rally, ice race or RallyX.  If anything happens to it I will definitely get another just like it.