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What did you learn to drive in?
#1
Or what was the first vehicle you drove (legally, probably).
Guessing there will be some interesting answers to this thread...
Mine....
1974 Ford Escort Mk1 van.:thumbsup:
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#2
I learnt in a fiesta, then a hyundai Getz
Lliam

53 plate Berlingo Multispace Forte 1.9D Polar White
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#3
Getz.... nice!
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#4
I learnt in a fiesta too...

[Image: ford-fiesta-finesse.jpg]

Incase you didnt know what it looked like Tongue

First car...

[Image: saxo_003_19321116512.jpg]

It was a great car looking back. Cheap to run (1.1), nippy, and only 750 quids! Plus, if anything went wrong mechanically, it was easy and cheap to fix.
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#5
In 1986, I learnt in my parent's cars; mum had a Saab 900GLS automatic but my dad was one of about six people that bought an Alfa Romeo Arna like this Confusedillyme:

[Image: AlfaRomeo_Arna_83.jpg]

For those that have never heard of this unfortunate thing, it was a collaboration between Alfa Romeo (who wanted to gain reliability) and Nissan (who wanted a sexier image). Unfortunately the project ended up arse about face, as the car wound up with the boring old body of a Nissan Cherry and the mechanical and electrical bits from Italy (it had Alfasud boxer engine and running gear which was only interesting bit)

First car of my own was a mk.1 Ford Fiesta 1.1L
2005 Berlingo Multispace 1.6i Desire (Iron Grey)

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#6
Learned in the parents car - 1962 Ford station wagon. 390 cu. in V8 with four barrel carb. Rear tires didn't last long Big Grin
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP.  Persamos green.

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#7
Learned to drive in a Mini and an allegro the one with square steering wheel!

First car was a 1966 Mini traveller with wooden frame work.
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#8
1968 HB Viva
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#9
Hillman Avenger and Austin 1800
Berlingo Multispace 2.0HDI '54 reg Mediterranean Blue
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#10
Hi,
We are just about to show our ages!
Jim learnt to drive in his fathers 1950 A40 Devon during the summer of 1957 when incidentally due to the previous year's Suez Crisis and the subsequent petrol rationing it was possible to drive a car on a provisional license unaccompanied.
[Image: Austin A40 Devon.jpg]
Tracey learnt to drive in a driving school '59 Ford Anglia 105E - she had previously just been a scooterist- yuk!
[Image: Ford Anglia.jpg]
Best wishes,
Jim & Tracey

  Berlingo XTR HDi110, Tivoli Blue, Modutop, MyWay etc etc
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