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  • My first car cost $3000 Australian it was a 325 e30 BMW coupe. Great little car
  • $200 its a Suzuki Sierra 1988 white basically it looks like a little jeep. it had a blown motor but my dad is a mechanic so he fixed it up i still have it!
  • $1400 for a 93 Buick Century with 75K for mileage. Good deal. It was near mint.
  • my first car was free a 87 cutlass
  • It was a Mini van and it cost me 180 UK pounds.
  • Mazda 320A or so, it's an obsolete model now. one of the worst in it's kind.
  • I paid nothing for my first car, because my dad gave me his old jeep that he used on the farm - a 1984 Jeep Cherokee.
  • It was a Matchbox Car - 10p. (Unleaded as well!)
  • LOL a beat up Sky blue 1986 Pontaic 6000.... Man I miss that car it was so fun... I paid $800.oo
  • I paid £90 for my first car. It was red. Some unusual model of Seat I think.
  • My first car was a 1964 Oldsmobile Jetstar. It cost me $300, which my Grandfather loaned me and I paid back at $25 a month. I miss that man dearly. He was not rich, had 13 grandkids at the time, and never batted an eye. He went and got it, and handed it to me on the spot. That was in 1975.
  • $400.00 Honda accord
  • My first car was a 1970 Ford Maverick. It was "old-lady green." I put oversized wheels and tires on it, a loud exhaust system and jacked it up about four inches in the back. It had a AM radio, which I replaced with an 8-track tape player. I painted the hood flat black, and replaced the stock latch with chrome tie-down pins. It made many other teenagers in the area jealous - and well they should have been :-) I purchased it from a teacher at my high school who was upgrading to an Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT. He sold me the car for $400.00. I paid him $200.00 down and $50.00 per week for the next four weeks. That car had no bells and whistles, but it was reliable and I could fill the tank for $8.00.
  • It is a 1972 holden torana. paid a couple of hundred for it. Its a full rebuild i've been doing with my dad and pop (both mechanics). Were three years into it and hope to finish sometime this year
  • 1974 Toyota Corona, $1200 Sweet! AM/FM radio (not in stereo) white walls and faded gray paint and a top speed of 80 mph downhill with a tail wind
  • I had a 1997 Geo Metro that I got from my parents and Grandparents for graduation in 2005. It was an awesome car. It got amazing gas mileage. Unfortunately, I got in a minor accident and the car didn't survive. (The downside of driving a Geo.)
  • 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS...bright red. As a third owner in 1970, I paid $800 for it...a lot of money in those days. The original MSRP was $3,489 (in 1967 dollars).
  • i still have my first car, its a 1999 cadillac deville i paid 7000
  • my first car was a 1967 chevy impala. free, my uncle gave it to me.
  • i honestly can't remember how much it cost, but it was a used 1970 VW Beetle, powder blue. :-)
  • My first car was a 61 Comet, it was a good riding car.
  • £5 for a 1953 Austin A30, it was in need of a restoration but as 16 year old I had a year to learn all about cars fix it and get it on the road. I thank my father for all of the time he spent with me teaching me about engines suspension etc!
  • I paid £700 for an old (circa 89/90 I think) 3rd or 4th hand 1.3 litre Ford Escort. I didn't really need it for going back and forth to school, but I figured what's the point in passing your test if you don't get a car afterwards... plus it meant I didn't have to stand and wait for the bus home if I decided to cut class and leave early, thus reducing the chances of me being spotted making my escape by a teacher... it was worth the money for that alone!

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