1. JFB

    JFB Puttering Along

    As I wait for my little Trabant to join his new friends in my garage (with the help of my new friend Justin), here's some of the vehicles that I own.
    You will see bunch of scooters and one.
    The only one that I don't have anymore is the MGB GT 1971 that I sold in 2009 during the worst of the crisis.
    I had to sell it to stay afloat with my business.
    Here's the actual list of cars and scooters that I currently own in my collection:

    Scooters:
    '51 Vespa 125 (Allstate, made for Sears)
    '54 Vespa 125 (french made)
    '56 Vespa 125 (Allstate too)
    '62 Vespa GS 160 MK1
    '67 Vespa 180 SS (ex Montreal Police bike)
    '71 Vespa Super 150
    '72 Vespa Sprint 150 (just sold to finance the new Trabant)
    '84 Vespa PGO (chinese copy of the Vespa)
    '05 Vespa PX 150
    '08 Vespa GTS 250 (my daily commuter)
    '46 Brockhouse Corgi, a foldable british scooter
    '63 IWL Troll 150 (East-German scooter)
    '66 Fugi Rabbit 90
    '74 Honda CB200 motocycle.
    '82 Vespa Ape P501 Pick-up (3 wheels pick-up) (FOR SALE)

    Cars:
    '70 Renault 16 Super
    '87 Renault Alliance DL
    '87 Peugeot 505 STX V6
    '97 Volkswagen Transporter Delivery van (for my shop)
    '01 Volvo V40, (my winter car, stored in summer!)

    Coming soon:
    a Trabant :)

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  2. turbofiat124

    turbofiat124 Premium Member Forum Donor

    I really wanted a Reliance GTA convertible when they came out back in the mid 80s when I was old enough to drive. My car fastination has always been with old Fiats and Fords. I have a car for every one of personalites!

    Mein Trabbi:

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    1980 Fiat 124 spider, owned since 1992. Turbocharged in 1998.

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    1980 Fiat 131 Brava

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    1987 Yugo with larger 1500cc Fiat X 1/9 engine and T25 turbo from a 91 Saab 9000.

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    1968 Ford Fairlane 500 w 302 automatic. Original drivetrain with 55K miles. Bought by my grandmother
    from her neighbor in 1976. She stopped driving it in 1992 when she hit 89 years old.
    She gave it to me in 1999.

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    2003 Subaru Baja. Bought new in 2003. Just hit 70K miles! Mostly driven during the winter.

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    The question is how can I afford to register and insure all these cars other than my Subaru an Yugo? Hagerty insurance and a one time antique licence plate.
  3. JFB

    JFB Puttering Along

    Nice cars that you have too! I love you Trabant, especially in that shape with some marks on the paint!
    I rather prefer a Trabant in that shape than one that is fully restored!
    The Fairlane is nice too!
    You really have an eclectic collection.
    In Quebec to register a collection is not cheap, I pay about 2000$ in registration a year.
    However we can get pretty good deal on insurance for a collection. I pay less than 500$ a year for all my scooters and cars!

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