This was my first 1977 Trans Am that I had. I bought it just out of High School and had it for about 3 years. In that time it was functioning maybe only about a year and a half of that time. The rest of the time was spent in the garage changing engines. I went through 4 different engines before I finally sold it.
Two of a Kind
This was a 1979 Trans Am that I picked up from the original owner. It had 81,000 original miles on it. It was the Pontiac 400 with the 4-speed. It had T-tops and just about every other option on it.
This was a Limited Edition Monte Carlo SS. I found it at an Auto Auction. It was an 84 and it only had 46,000 miles on it. It was good off of the line, but the top speed left a little to be desired. I sold it in less than a year. It was fun while it lasted.
This was my 86 IROC Z28. Quick pick up both off the line and going from 60 to 80 mph. Had T-tops which was fun, but I got bored with this one kinda quick.
This was a fun truck. It was an 89 Dodge Dakota Sport complete with roll bar and lights, sun roof, lift kit, CD player, and alarm system. It was great in the winter time, but on the highway it was just absolutely terrible.
This 91 Z-24 I had for the longest period of time of any of my cars(5 Years). I finally sold it to my neighbors kid for $500. It had over 122,000 miles on it and was about time for a new car.
This was my 1998 Jimmy, fully loaded with CD, moon roof, leather heated seats, and power everything. With a family, this is the car I needed.
Ok, here was one of my new rides. It is a 2003 Pontiac Vibe. Not muchto look at and not much for power either, but I get 30 miles to the gallon and with the price of gas, this is more affordable than the Jimmy was.
After I had the Vibe (which was great on gas mileage) I got rid of it and decided to get a truck. I was really beating up the Vibe from hauling parts and rims around, so I sold it. I bought a 1996 Ram 1500 Sport to beat around in. I need something I could beat around and not care about tearing it up. Plus I needed something to haul a trailer and cars around on anyway.
Here is my new 1998 Ram Air Trans Am. It was female owned by a lady in Texas and now the car lives here with me. It has 63,000 miles on it and is loaded with all of the options. It is a fast and fun car to drive. You can see more photos below.
This was a fast and fun bike. A 95 Ninja ZX-6. It was quick on the get go, but not too much power to where it would get away from you. Comfort on long rides wasn't too great on long rides, but for cruising around town in the Summer you couldn't beat it.
This was my 99 Suzuki Intruder 800 LS I used for the long cruises in the country. It was comfortable, quiet, and just an all around great bike.
This was my 1999 Suzuki Katana 750. Once again, it wasn't the most comfortable bike in the world for long trips, but it was quick. It seemed that my Ninja 600 was quicker than this bike. I had this one for less thatn a year as well. I guess I get bored with things too quickly.
Here was a 1996 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500. As you can see it was customized with all sorts of goodies like handlebars, integrated turn signals, drag pipes, custom paint job, and more.
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