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Old 02-08-2013, 04:06 PM   #1
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What age did u first drive And what was it?

For me it was 10 in my dads bronco
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For me it was 10 in my dads bronco
Ahh man gotta love them broncos i have an 88.

Im pretty sure 13-14? Chevy cobalt SS
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Ahh man gotta love them broncos i have an 88.

Im pretty sure 13-14? Chevy cobalt SS
I know I would almost give my stang to have that bronco back my dad had it threw my whole child hood
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I was 6
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Haha my mom too. Had it since 88 had it restored about 2 years ago and then let me use it till i bought my mustang got a 351 Cleveland in it real mean.
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Around 10. 91 mazda b2300 5 speed. Got run off the road by a big lifted truck (one lane gravel road).
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I was 6 or 7, I used to live on a long dirt road and my parents would put me in their lap and let me steer. When I was big enough to reach the pedals then they would sit in the passenger seat and let me drive. Although, I can't remember what car it was.
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wtf everyone drove so young. The only things i drove that age were mini bikes and my dads custom go cart
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The first time I drove by myself, I was 12. I would sneak out at 2am in my sisters '79 Caprice Classic. It was a retired highway patrol car. It still had the creeper lights which made it easier sneaking in and out.

I got caught once. I was crawling back into my window after cruising the bayfront. As soon as I laid down my Dad turned on the light, he had been standing there in the dark waiting for me, holding his belt. He beat me to within an inch of my life (at least that's what it felt like).

He told me, "I don't have to warn you about doing this again because after this punishment, I know you won't."

I took off in my sisters car again that weekend. Never tamed!
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Old 02-08-2013, 07:53 PM   #10
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I was 12 or 13. Just old cars on dirt trails.

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The first time I drove by myself, I was 12. I would sneak out at 2am in my sisters '79 Caprice Classic. It was a retired highway patrol car. It still had the creeper lights which made it easier sneaking in and out.

I got caught once. I was crawling back into my window after cruising the bayfront. As soon as I laid down my Dad turned on the light, he had been standing there in the dark waiting for me, holding his belt. He beat me to within an inch of my life (at least that's what it felt like).

He told me, "I don't have to warn you about doing this again because after this punishment, I know you won't."

I took off in my sisters car again that weekend. Never tamed!
God damn. That's messed up.
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14 in my moms Toyota sequoia

I could barely see over the dash :p
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I can't remember the age I was but this is how I learned.
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15 half .... Bought a 67 Mustang in full primer...and learned some great lessons that I have never forgotten
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15 and a half, when I got my permit. My parents were pretty strict about it.
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I was 12 or 13. Just old cars on dirt trails.

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God damn. That's messed up.
Yeah, growing up with a Marine for a Dad can be tough when you're a rebellious kid. Tough love I guess. He's a big old retired softy now. He taylor's to my kids every needs now and they work him over pretty good. Lol.
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15 in my aunts ford Taurus. I never got caught sneaking out to a girls house.
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16 and Dad found a 1964 1/2 6 cyl red mustang. Loved that car, wish I still had it today. Totaled it being young and stupid. No injuries - just pride.
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I was 8 drove my uncles 47 studabaker with no body on it. Grew up on a farm garvel roads and no cops around back then so far from town
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7-8 in my grandpas 93 dodge cummins diesel, I was steering while he was worked the gas and brake
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6 or 7 in my Grandfathers 1970ish VW bug (standard) and it was in the snow.
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