Those in bold are current
I had a just a few cars, no where near the list you guys have. I had a few bikes (that required the power of the legs) that brought just about the same thrills as your overpowered cars did I can take you to some places that will offer you more thrill than a car.
1962 Biscayne Wagon
1971 Mercury Cougar XR-7
1970 Toyota Pickup
1969 VW Camper Bus drove it without a clutch cable for over 200 miles, from the Sand Dunes to COS.
1960 BMW 1600 - no not the 2002 tii
1979 Dodge Van
1982 Volvo, which just took a trip to Habitat for Humanity 28 years
1979 Toyota Corolla
1978 IH Scout, it rusted so badly that it was unsafe to drive I think it went to the IH parts guy
1996 Ford Taurus had that sucker for 14 months.
1998 Toyota Sienna
1990 Toyota 4 Runner it went to camp, Kars-4-Kids,
2004 Mini Cooper S great on the track and in AutoX races. Mazen, when will you put your Vette to the AutoX challenge?
1993 Honda Civic my daughter gave it to me and I know why too!
(RS: The following don't really count since they're bikes but since Dan didn't have a vehicle for 3 years we'll give him a break - this time)
I did to manage to live without a car for 3 years Bikes only
ItalVega A good racing bike
Ron Cooper - a very fast and stiff bike, great for Time Trails and hill climbs
Fuji America Commuting bike
Jack Taylor Tandem, good for a X-Country ride of 2500 miles, 55 mph down Cumberland Gap in PA
Raleigh Track bike fast on the track, at memorial park
A couple Specialized Allezs, Dura Ace equipped, of course for racing.
Trek 860 -
Trek Mtn Bike
Mongoose Mtn bike terrible bike to race
Tomac Mtn Bike