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(1989) 1987 VW GTI = Liked

(1992) 1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R = Loved

(1997) 1994 GMC Jimmy SLT = Loved, then liked, then hated.

(1999) 1999 Subaru Outback = Liked

(2001) 2001 Nissan Maxima SE = Liked very much

(2004) 1995 Lexus LS400 = Love/Hate "it's complicated".

(2007) 2007 Mazda 3GT = Liked very much.

(2007) 2005 Toyota 4Runner V8 = Still love!

(2009) 2001 Lexus GS430 = Hated!

(2010) 2007 VW GTI = Stalker kind of love!

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1962 Austin Healey Sprite

1968 Triumph TR 250 loved, beat me to death, but made me a great mechanic

1972 Opel Rallye Bought in Spain brought back to US...

1965 Volvo built like a tank, very slow

1978 VW Diesel yea, 48 mpg

1980 Honda Prelude absolutely loved, but should have bought dad's corvette

1983 Honda Civic too small

1984 Honda Accord bigger,

1968 Jaguar XKE wow, loved and hated, rebuilt engine completely by myself

1985 Mercedes 190E Best handling car I have ever driven..

1990 Dodge Caravan great family vehicle

1986 Dodge Caravan Company car which I bought, great family vehicle...

1986 Chevrolet S10 peice of junk

1998 Honda Accord All around good, but seats very uncomfortable

1998 Ford Windstar again a great family vehicle

1980 Ford Coachman motorhome fix and repair constantly

1998 Lexus RX300 /Super vehicle, but transmission failure a bummer, rest of car fantastic.

2005 Ford F150 crewcab my first big pickup, Like it now,

2008 Lexus RX400h Love this car so far...

Oh and a huge list of american company cars starting with 74 Plymouth Duster

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I guess I'll start the list including cars that we obtained even when I was a kid (in america).

1992 Honda Accord DX (Neutral feelings)

1996 Nissan Quest XE (ehh, hate! but I loved having factory tint in the backseat)

1997 Honda Odyssey (Love/Hate. Lasted very long, very reliable, not the best looking out there)

2000 Lexus RX300 (Love/Hate. First Lexus, but cloth?)

2000 Honda CR-V (Love! Easy to maintain and modify)

2001 Lexus RX300 Silversport (Love it. First hated the Silversport edition but it grew onto me eventually)

2003 Lexus GX470 (Love at first sight)

2006 Toyota 4Runner (Basic, but I love it)

2009 BMW 528i (FUN FUN FUN!! )

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1962 Austin Healey Sprite

1968 Triumph TR 250 loved, beat me to death, but made me a great mechanic

1972 Opel Rallye Bought in Spain brought back to US...

1965 Volvo built like a tank, very slow

1978 VW Diesel yea, 48 mpg

1980 Honda Prelude absolutely loved, but should have bought dad's corvette

1983 Honda Civic too small

1984 Honda Accord bigger,

1968 Jaguar XKE wow, loved and hated, rebuilt engine completely by myself

1985 Mercedes 190E Best handling car I have ever driven..

1990 Dodge Caravan great family vehicle

1986 Dodge Caravan Company car which I bought, great family vehicle...

1986 Chevrolet S10 peice of junk

1998 Honda Accord All around good, but seats very uncomfortable

1998 Ford Windstar again a great family vehicle

1980 Ford Coachman motorhome fix and repair constantly

1998 Lexus RX300 /Super vehicle, but transmission failure a bummer, rest of car fantastic.

2005 Ford F150 crewcab my first big pickup, Like it now,

2008 Lexus RX400h Love this car so far...

Oh and a huge list of american company cars starting with 74 Plymouth Duster

I was in high school during the early 60's. I would have done anything to have a Jag XKE like you did. Remember Jan & Dean's tune "Dead Mans Curve"?

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Yea Paul, bought that thing for $3000 and then restored it...What a beautiful handling car...and quite fast for a twin cam, 6cylinder....The frame was very interesting, mono body and steel frame bolted to it for supporting the front end and engine...The worst thing was the brake system, had two masters cylinders and was a bear to bleed it. The Upper cam chain had to be adjusted every 5k miles....And in 1968 the SU carbs were replaced with Stromberg (really crappy carb) But boy, on a curve or straightaway that car could cruise...The unique thing about the jag was the inboard mounted disk brakes on the rear...They were mounted next to the differential...Loved that car, but was like putting your money on the edge of the Grand canyon and kicking it in....

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