In these Covid days I thought a fun question would be how many cars have you owned in your lifetime. Obviously age plays a role. I am a member. My age is 74 and I can recall 43 cars I have owned.
Just for fun
Just for fun
Would like to hear the story behind the $1.00 car...Will never forget what felt to be a godsend at the time with this now stereotyped vehicle.
Eventually being blessed to graduate to a much more expensive and much less condescending SUV a few years later.
I know that one may only agree with me if ever being both Dad & Son in the beginning years of this new millennium "sandwich generation".
(wow 2 decades ago already) Both stroller & 2 walkers in the back with all the ease of cargo and passenger access.
With most everything else put aside, I was definitely not looking for any contest to win at the time. So I survived it too.
Might be perhaps earning a Corvette the hard way - although I selfishly had a rocket of a Grand Prix for the weekends.
I can empathize with a few of the "family-fellas" who stopped roadside to check out our Corvettes during my early first CCF Corvette Cruising experiences.
I loved my Chevy-II as it was my life and for getting to 3 jobs at the timeYes but it only mentions the car... Not the story behind how you got a $1.00 car and what it was like!!!! Please feed my curiosity..
Well according to the Google you're correct! Corvair is rear engine not mid. I stand corrected.Think if the motor is mounted behind the transaxle then it is a true rear engine car. The Porsche 911 series are rear engine and because of that they have unique handling characteristics. They have gotten more than one driver quickly going past their skill level. If the engine is in front of the transaxle I always thought it was then a mid engine car.
Been wrong many times and could be here as well.