In high school, I had a 1964 GTO, Detroit's first supercar. Turquoise body, white convertible top with the 389ci, tri-powered, under the hood, and mated with a 4-speed turbo trani. A Hurst, T-bar, shifter, and a 4:88 posi-trac rear end. Sold it about a month before enlisting.
After separating, the first time, bought a 1980 MGB-GT, limited edition. Last year they were in production. Black body, with convertible top, and silver striping along the rocker panels. After re-upping, later that year, was stationed in Pensacola, FLA., and found a little hi-fi shop were I had an Alpine stereo, with Pioneer speakers installed. Sold it in 1993. Chicks loved that little skate board!
The most notable of a handful of pick-ups, and 4WD's was a 1986 GMC High Sierra, 3500HD, 4WD, with single rears. Silver gray, with dark blue sides, and powder blue pin striping. 44", Buckshot Radial Mudders on white wagon wheels. Had a 350ci under the hood, but tweaked with Edelbrook high rise manifold, and a Holley 850. It had 4:11 diff's. Only got stuck one time. Pined against a tree in a ravine after sliding sideways.