Which of your old cars do you regret selling...

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...and wish you could buy back?

Me:

My 1994 Lincoln Mark VIII (Sitting in the current owner's driveway since 2006; I think it hasn't moved)
My 1997 GT
and my 1997 Grand Marquis GS HPP. Mostly because I replaced it with something that needed a $200 repair every other week.
 

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I regret getting rid of these two:

1987 Ford Ranger XLT
2.9L V6 - 5 Speed Manual

Purchased: 2001
Sold: 2006

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2000 Ford Crown Vic P71
4.6L V8

Purchased: 2005 (From Mich State Police Auction)
Sold: 2007

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Gimme dat GT!! Dude a few miles down from me has one, dead ringer for yours, just with the 16" pony wheels. God I want a Fox-body project.
Wife made a critical accounting error and it had to go. That was my baby and project I bought from the original owner in 2002. I sold it last may and it still pissed me the **** off.
 

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The cynic in me wonders if it really was an "accident" but still awful that it had to go.
 

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The cynic in me wonders if it really was an "accident" but still awful that it had to go.
Yeah tell me about it. She actually broke down and started crying rather hard when it left on the trailer. First time I have seen her broken over any of my vehicles so I truly believe she made a mistake. She can be rather spacey at times.. whaddya do. Looked bone stock but it wasn't. Not even close.. my wallet can attest.
 

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Still have all my cars/trucks. Only thing I've gotten rid of was a Suzuki Z400 that I swapped for a Bushmaster AR-15. I miss that wheeler pretty often..
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Every warm and sunny day I miss my 94 gt vert. 5.0 5spd triple black... aww she was beautiful.... this pick was before she had her FR500s

 

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Wish I still had the 98 blown f150.
Was getting old and going to need a bunch of work soon though.
 

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Believe it or not, my 1988 Plymouth Horizon. That car was light as a feather and the 4 banger had a ton of torque. It was a lot of fun to drive and if I had it back I'd strip it and make it a real pocket rocket.
 

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1992 GMC Typhoon - I miss this truck, and even though it was a pain in the rear to work on, it was a huge rush to drive.
1997 SS Camaro SPL #2777 - sold to start family - good fun, engine compartment was not fun.
1989 Toyota MR2 - not fast, not flashy, Solo II traffic cone killing fun though.
 

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1992 GMC Typhoon - I miss this truck, and even though it was a pain in the rear to work on, it was a huge rush to drive.
1997 SS Camaro SPL #2777 - sold to start family - good fun, engine compartment was not fun.
1989 Toyota MR2 - not fast, not flashy, Solo II traffic cone killing fun though.

Typhoons are nasty!! A friend of mine had one and that thing was a beast. He says all the time selling that was the worst mistake ever.
 

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1992 GMC Typhoon - I miss this truck, and even though it was a pain in the rear to work on, it was a huge rush to drive.
1997 SS Camaro SPL #2777 - sold to start family - good fun, engine compartment was not fun.
1989 Toyota MR2 - not fast, not flashy, Solo II traffic cone killing fun though.

Moar Typhoon pics please!! I'm a huge fan of them and the Syclones
 

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2001 PSD Excursion

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1986 Saleen Mustang
 

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I guess I'm the only one that doesn't wish I had any of my previous cars back. Every one was sold for well more than I thought they were worth, so I was never disappointed to see them leave.
 

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Wish I could have my 95 Bronco back (in the shape I sold it in, seen it recently and it's trashed)
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But really, I think I'd rather have my Powerstroke back.
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