1972 Toyota LandCruiser FJ40: 236.7 (3.9L) I6 with three speed manual transmission. Haven't ever drove it on the road.
1986 Dodge W-150: 318 (5.2L) V8 with three speed automatic transmission. Gets about 8 MPG.
1996 Saturn SL2: 116 (1.9L) I4 with four speed with overdrive automatic transmission. Gets about 33 MPG.
The Dodge was my dad's and I just drove that to school. We still own all three.
First: 1991 Ford Ranger Supercab 2x4 Parents bought new, I owned it 1996 to current but retired @260,000 mi. in 2004 Future V8 swap planned.
1986 Jeep Cherokee 4x4 Owned for about a month 1999
1992 Mercury Sable Owned for a week 1999
1993 Ford Explorer 4x4 Owned 1999-2010 Rusted out at 183,000 in 2010
1986 VW Golf Diesel Owned 2000-2002
1999 Mazda B2500 2x4 Owned 2004-2011 Sold at 199,000 miles w/original clutch
2003 Ford Ranger FX4 4x4 2011-current
67 Ford Mustang
70 Opel Kadett Station Wagon (1.1L motor!)
77 Olds Cutlass Supreme
84 Toyota Celica ST
69 Olds 442
87 Ford Thunderbird
89 Ford Aerostar Van
93 Nissan Maxima
99 Dodge Ram 1500 4X4
03 Lexus LS430
11 Subaru Forester
74 Mercury Comet (bought in 1980, was probably junk when it was brand new)
71 Chevy Impala
77 Pontiac Grand Prix, power everything, T-tops, cool car wish it didn't have the 301 engine
71 Bronco, very cool vehicle, wish I had another one
73 Buick Riviera boat tail 455, what a highway cruiser
69 Pontiac Firebird convertible, only 350 engine but still very very cool
74 Chevy Pickup long bed step side, weird looking thing
8? AMC Eagle, good snow car
86 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 notchback, not many made, fast for 86
93 Ford Bronco another cool vehicle, ran a soft top on it, rusted away
91 Ford Ranger stick, good little truck
02 Ford F150 current
05 Hyundai Santa Fe current
08 Hyundai Accent
Only had one car loan in my life (93 Bronco) still regret it. Only one brand new car in my life (08 Accent) don't regret it.