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Do you remember what make your first car was, and was it new or secondhand?

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Yes my first car was a Honda Civic, such a great little car it was...at that stage I was not that good at looking after a car but it just went on and on
by fran
I cannot remember but I remember my brother's first car that we were all so excited to pile into -a Morris Minor and we drove from Sydney to the Blue Mountains -think we had a stop a few times due to car problems and it was not a new one.

I think my first one may have been a Holden, but I am guessing..
by Finy
My first car was a baby blue Datsun 200B automatic. I was so proud of my car as neither of my parents drove - so it was a first in our family.

I had a part time job while at school (working Friday nights and Saturday mornings and during school holidays). My parents paid 50% of the asking price while I paid the remainder.
My first car was a Ford Tempo, I think it was a 1990.
My first car was a Ford Tempo, I think it was a 1990.
Yes an Austin A 40
I also owned one the same as the one in the picture right down to the color.
A 1975 mini moke Californian !
I have never owned a car,but my sister had a VW Beetle!! When we were little dad had an EH Holden in a coffee colour.
My first car was a Peugeot 206, it was new as my dad is a retired Peugeot employee so I qualified for an employee family discount, which made a new car the same price as a two year old one. Bargain!
I bought it in 1976 and it was a 1965 Ford Cortina. It was Arctic White and in some light looked a pale cool blue. I loved it. It was spartan (and cheap). I'd saved up for it. It had no radio and I stuck a transistor radio to the dash with duct tape.
It was a Holden FB station wagon when I was 17
Morris Minor.
Very old little car, even in those days!
A little red Corsa passed down from my Mum. All my possessions could fit in the boot. Times have changed as I now own furniture.
Oh what fun... I drove my husband's VW beetle for a while, then I got a MG convertible, in orange of course! then we had a Morris minor too, with the gear change on the floor with a wooden round ball on top! Earlier than that, My Dad first car was a singer! Hard to believe but it was a singer, like the sewing machine company??? then he got a holden too, that was in the fifties me thinks! However, to this day I have NEVER had a new car boo hoo!
morris major was the first car I owned, a great reliable car,
My first car was a bright yellow holden gemini. I loved my little canary. Was very zippy for an old girl. Never let me down.





A bright yellow pinto station wagon. Not sure of the year, but old! It was all mine, so I didn't care! I loved it.
A little Daihatsu 2 cylinder daihatsu that sounded like a motorbike when it was coming down the road. The motor sounded very strained when too many heavy people were in the vehicle.
Learnt to drive on Manual Datsun 1600. It was a good little car.
When I bought MY first car, it was a Datsun 'Skyline' Manual 4 door Sedan.
Comfort, safety, power.....an excellent car!
Iíve never owned a car, as I donít drive, but my husbands 1st car was a 1959 blue FC Holden.
I don't drive, but I remember my boyfriend's first car (he became my husband). It was a 1947 Ford Prefect, Rego: FER 43. This was back in the UK. It was fairly temperamental though as it was 13 years old when my boyfriend bought it. We had a lot of fun in that car though!
First car was a VW Beetle, number plate HOH and known as "Hairy Old Harry". Colour faced turquoise, cream interior. Bought second hand for $400 (c 1973). Eventually sold back to same dealer after it kept blowing the oil cap off!
Yes, it was a Mini and a great first car.
Of course it was second-hand in my days most people could only afford a second-hand vehicle.
In fact I have never owned a new vehicle, not that it has been an issue owning something that was once someone's pride and joy.

Farley
Yes, it was a mini minor.
A wonderful car to gain experience in, not like the large utes and fast cars that New drivers buy before they become skilled at driving.
Perhaps it should be a requirement to be only permitted to buy small low powered vehicles for the first few years of driving.
It may just help reduce the number of accidents younger or new drivers have?
Farley
I bought my first car from a guy who joined the service in 1953. It was a blue 1936
Ford coupe $200.00 I sold it 1956 for $80.00
Had three years of fun in my little Ford
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