I drive a '94 Chevy S-10 Blazer with 74,000miles and the High Outpu 4.3L engine, and my wife drives a '93 Subaru Impreza with 140,000miles. Both cars are great, just wish the Blazer did better on gas especially since I must use high test in it.
2000 Triumph Speed Triple
I have a 1994 Mitsu Eclipse it gets me from a to b in the rain and cold weather and stays parked when its nice outside .I have never been real big on cars all my freinds wanted mustangs and I wanted a ninja sportbike that would rock.
A very sore green man
i picked up a used 4x4 ranger last year, i really doent care what 4 wheels i ride,i have one because of the winters, i think if i lived were it was warm all the time i'd have a nice bike and a rat bike for rainy weather
1994 Chrysler LHS (luminescient chargold) - boring. Drove it out of the dealer showroom (1st one in Des Moines) Pushing 100k now. I use it to haul the whole family (still have two 17 year olds and a 12 year old at home, plus my 29(?) year old wife). I hate vans and trucks are too rough. The LHS can also tow the bike trailer or all 5 of us plus the family boat to the lake.
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I've got a '95 Corvette LT-1 (black on black), which has only made it out of the garage once in the past month, as I'm having too much fun on my Black '00 Speed Triple to bother to take the cover off the 'Vette. I also have a '94 Chevy Pickup for those rare occasions when it rains here in Phoenix.
<LI>99 Land Rover Discovery Series I, green with the usual offroad junk - brush bar, light guards, soon a winch... Offroading is fun, plenty of places to doit here in Arizona, but unfortunately not enough mud here
<LI>95 Saab 900. Its the car to scoot around town. Likely replaced next year with an Audi S4 or A6.
<LI>67 Land Rover Series IIA. The truck Marlin Perkins drove. Cool truck. Restoring it is yet another one of my hobbies (I've lost count how many hobbies I have...)
'99 Ducati 900SS, '00 Monster 750