Here's a fun game for everyone. I'm curious what everyone learned to drive on. Should be an eclectic selection here.
I bought that station wagon from the folks and tricked it out with sound equipment from Radio Shack. I recall a Jenson, under-dash integrated amplifier/tuner and some box speakers I made and mounted in the back facing forward. I also recall that I found out that you can weld with a screwdriver and mismanaged, 12-Volt, DC current.1967 Beetle. No heat. And holes in the floorboard where water would splash in. After-market tape player and stereo from Radio Shack. Good times.
Smokin'!!0-60 in 14 seconds!
Photo : I didn't have fog lights or those cool wheels. Plus mine was rusting on each wing
That mention took me back to the 80's with a bang! Fitted a pair along with the matching radio cassette player in my first "real" car, a bright red Datsun Cherry FII (a sport version - not). I learnt to drive in either my mum's Renault [18??] Estate or my grandfather's 1970's Mini Clubman. That was great to learn in because he had worn the gear box down so much that it did not matter which position the gear stick was in! Also the front end lights and other essentials were held together with grey duck tape......I passed first time (more than the car did at MOTs!). I would like to think that the Polestar is built to last too!!🤞I think they were Saisho speakers from Dixons. It put me off Fords for life.