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A baby blue BOBcat. I was 26 before I got my driver's license (yes, really!!), so I was thrilled to get a car, too. That was a good year - got my license in March, my car in April, met Randy in May, moved to his area in June, got engaged in July and married in August. And all because of that baby blue BOBcat (wouldn't have been able to make the trip to Cols and meet Randy without it! :thumb:).

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Let's just say it was a junker clunker. It was a mazda something. It had a huge dent on the drivers side door, the heater or AC didn't work, and it had a lot more prOBlems. I was so embarassed of that car when I went to college. I was glad when it broke down and I got another car. At least it got me from point A to B.

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My first car was a Fiat. I had head knowledge of the LORD and tried to use that car to serve Him so much. But I was only doing what I knew!! I was hit by a drunk driver and didn't drive for three year's!! Then over the year's the only accident's (once I drove again!) I was hit by drunk drivers! They never pick me for a jury dealing with a drunk driver hitting someone! I wonder why?? Only the LORD has spared my life. These were all bad accident's but the drunk driver alway's amzingly get up and walk's around!!

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It is amazing, and the number of drunk drivers who seem to survivor wrecks in which they should have died. Maybe its because they are so relaxed.

Wow, at the number of people I know whose life was ended by a drunk driver. So sad.

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1954 Pontiac; two tone green, with a "straight 8" engine (they don't make them like that anymore.) It ran like atop. Went to Canada with a carload of friends in it with no prOBlem at all (except for a car load of teens crossing the border!) It was a great car.

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