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deeply regret selling it
post #62 of 72
A beauty!

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deeply regret selling it
post #63 of 72
Mine was the cleanest 944 I've seen. 1984 944 non-turbo. red with the turbo body kit and a rear bumper I've never seen on any other 944. I know i have one picture laying around somewhere I'll try to find it.
post #64 of 72
My first was a 1984 BMW 318i Coupe. 5sp, silver with cardinal red interior. I don't know how I ever fit in that thing.
post #65 of 72
This is not my exact car but this was it, same color. 1971 Volvo 145.

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Had it about 1 month.
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Why can't they look like this anymore?
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My first was a 1984 BMW 318i Coupe. 5sp, silver with cardinal red interior. I don't know how I ever fit in that thing.

You had the Euro model?
Man, those bumpers were awesome compared to the US-spec "diving boards."
post #69 of 72
Good eye on the euro. Yeah, the euro grilles and all-around chrome bumpers were so much nicer than the hazy brushed aluminum diving boards in North America. The Euro bumpers go for a pretty penny in the states nowadays.
post #70 of 72
Damn some of you had some nice cars for a first car. Bunch of spoiled rich kids is what you are.

This was my first car, it was slow and handled like crap but it was mine and I loved it:

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Why can't they look like this anymore?

They still do. You just have to find a well kept specimen

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You had the Euro model?
Man, those bumpers were awesome compared to the US-spec "diving boards."

I swapped out the US bumpers post-haste. They were:

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the euro grilles and all-around chrome bumpers were so much nicer than the hazy brushed aluminum diving boards in North America.

The Euro bumpers go for a pretty penny in the states nowadays.
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