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chesterblackhome
12-10-2007, 04:49 AM
One of the first 1967 Chev. Camaros:

Autobot_octane
01-31-2008, 11:47 PM
well it wasn't exactly sold as a whole piece, but my regret was a sweet 1978 honda civic CVCC. that thing had 99,000 miles when i bought it and it was the best car i have ever owned.

chevyguy1996
03-15-2008, 12:38 AM
it was a 1969 chevelle ss and i got it when i was 15 and me and my dad restord it from ground up but i sold it when i was 19 so i could buy a house.

briany16125
03-30-2008, 04:44 PM
1989 Chevy Caprice Interceptor

dnrose
11-02-2008, 03:23 AM
1973 Dodge Challenger, had it 12 years and now wish i had it back

davidj72
07-31-2009, 03:32 AM
had a 72 maverick rust bucket, but had 250 ho inline 6 3 on the tree and would bark all of them. should have seen the look on the z 28 next to me when he couldn't get by....priceless.

Debrinconcita
08-07-2009, 11:41 PM
:(I was so pissed when I sold my Mercury Cougar, actually it was my friend's fault that I had to sell it in the 1st place. She was holding drugs and they said if they found any in the car, they would take the car. Thank God they didn't??? But, they towed the car, and I didn't have enough money to get the car out! SO I HAD TO SELL IT RIGHT FROM THE TOWING COMPANY! I haven't seen her for years, if I ever do, PAYBACKS ARE COMING, KARMA IS A KILLER???

Tom Stiles
04-13-2010, 04:54 AM
That had to of blown his mind.

invidregent99
04-16-2010, 06:36 AM
Here's a weird one: 1987 Ford Aerostar with a 3.0L V6.

It was full of dents, leaked every fluid known to man, and was sold in 2002 with 493,000 miles on the original engine (no rebuilds, or major problems). The chassis electrical system was wonky, the tranny locked in way too hard when you pushed the throttle even a little bit from a stop, and you had to take your foot all the way off of the gas to get it to shift. I tried to kill it... I changed the oil every 25,000 miles, took it off-roading, and would regularly race and smoke rice-rockets in it. Sadly, I had to sell it for $300 to pay a bill or two. I still get reports of friends seeing it driving around Los Angeles. It just won't die. It's the freaking Flying Dutchman of cars.

mytopherparts
05-26-2010, 06:59 AM
Mine was an '85 Monte Carlo. Not an SS. Just a custome paint job, cherry shape, and a pretty car. Miss it to death.

andyengineer
06-09-2010, 08:58 PM
MOST OF ALL I REGRET SELLING A FRONT WHEEL DRIVE SUBARU ESTATE 2 WHEEL DRIVE an early subaru alas it rusted
engine and all other parts were 1st class, it just rusted and parts were hard to find ,,,

spolij
11-06-2010, 09:00 PM
1966 Caddy De Ville convertable tripple black every option except seat warmers.
Left it on the side of the road when gas was supposed to go over a $1 a gallon! lol
Today even in this market a ground up restoration will get $40 - 50 M
Mid 2011 I'll be searching for another.