Spade, I rescued it about two years ago for $900. It was impounded for parking tickets. Its fun to drive and i keep it as a back up car. Had 171k on it when i got it, 189k on it now. I have it running like a sewing machine. No smoke, tight compression. the 240sx is an automatic with a ungodly overdrive. Hope you find one, there are lots of them here in the Los Angeles area.
This will be a different sort of list than most I've seen since I just recently decided gas was getting too expensive to go fast. I started driving in 1990 and remember like it was yesterday how disappointed I was the day gas krept over $1.00 per gallon.
Listed first to last. Some of these were second or third cars used only during the summer months:
'72 Chevy Chevelle Malibu
'83 Chevy S-10
'85 Honda CRX HF
'86 VW GTI
'95 VW GTI VR6
'56 Chevy 210 2-door post, 283
'67 Pontiac Firebird 326
'96 Toyota Tacoma Extended cab V6 4WD
'61/'62 Triumph TR4 (there were enough parts left from 2 ratty cars to build 1 slightly less ratty car)
'01 Toyota Tundra Limited 4WD
'86 Porsche 911
'99 Audi A6 Avant Quattro
'01 Audi A4 2.8 Quattro '03 Honda Odyssey
'05 Honda Civic LX
We currently own the two bolded vehicles but are working to put another european (911 or e30 BMW) in the garage for those days that I care about fun more than fuel economy.
1962 Dodge Dart with a slant six, drove the crap out of it!
1965 Plymouth Valiant ex-wife got it...good running car, another slant six
1949 Studebaker 1 ton flatbed truck
1951 Studebaker 1/2 ton pickup w/overdrive...great on the highway
1959 Chrysler Imperial...power everything, sure wish I still had this!
1964 VW convertible...couldn't get it to run right
1973 Chevy LUV pickup....good little pickup
1982 Jeep CJ8...first new vehicle, drove it for a long time
1986 Jeep Cherokee......4 cyl manual, had problems with this one
1991 Olds Silhoutte....great car, put lots of miles on this one
1994 Ford Explorer...replaced lots of parts, but my wife likes it..still driving it.
1992 Honda Civic VX...my first "econo" car...still going, after engine/trans swap.
1994 Honda Civic CX...my daughter's car, engine overhauled, new paint, still going strong.
2003 Ford Ranger pickup...my son's ride, 6cyl manual, does OK on gas.
'74 Cutlass Supreme
'89 Mustang GT (funnest car to drive)
'86 Toyota Supra (solid and very balance handling)
'87 Caprice Classic (went 327,000 miles with no internal engine repairs)
'81 Mazda GLC
'92 Mercury Grand Marquis
'78 F-150 (Best trucks ever made)
'04 Mazda3 (Great car!)
'90 Kawasaki zx-10 (stupid fast)
'04 Honda VFR800 (all time favorite mode of transportation)
'94 Silverado (Most reliable, easy to work on, longest length of ownership, 7 years)
'99 4 Runner (highest quality vehicle I've owned) wifes DD
'07 Hyundai Elantra (my DD)
This is a fun thread, its interesting reading others cars...
I will list mine by year.
1951 Ford Cabover F-6 dump truck
1951 Ford Cabover F-6 (future car hauler project)
1952 International L-160 grain truck
1963 Econoline Van (302/c4/9")
1965 Econoline Pickup (parts)
1969 Mustang Fastback (331 stroker)
1971 Mustang Convertable (351C)
1973 Ford Bronco (35s, 351w)
1976 Ford Bronco (parts)
1984 Mustang SVO (2.3T)
1987 Lincoln Mark VII (retired to parts)
1996 Mercury Villager
1997 F250 (Powerstroke)
1998 Ford Contour
1999 Kawasaki Ninja 500
2002 Mustang GT
No need to bold, this is a list of the current vehicles I have... It would take a long time to compile a list all the past vehicles, plus most of my past vehicles aren't that interesting, I have kept most of the good ones (I am in my mid 30's, so the first couple dozen cars I have had were mostly boring 80s cars). Oh, and the cars are mostly a hobby, I work a desk job so I have no way of justifying things like the old trucks except they are cool and fun to work on.