When I was a senior in high school, I bought a 1969 Boss 302. It was not much a collector item at the time but still paid $2000 for it in 1979. Come to find out, not too many were made.
I blew the pistons (common due to weak piston skirts), nearly wiped it out at the drag strip, and rebuilt the engine. I had to sell it to help pay for college and managed to get $3200 for it in 1981. Now, I see they are easily going for $40k plus! It is my baseball card collection all over again! It would of been nice to still have but it would have been hard to hold on over the years.
Loc: Petaluma, CA
My first car was a '65 Mustang that I bought from my older sister. It had a bent frame, and if I let go of the steering wheel, it would swerve to the right, but wow, could that thing go! Probably not the wisest choice for a 16 year old!
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