From last to first in most loved.
Honorable Mention: 2002(?) Saab 9-3 Viggen
this one gets an honorable mention because although it's not technically mine, I'm looking after it for my dad while he has been touring europe this past year. Bonkers fast. Scary rickety, after 230k miles of abuse it's starting to show its age.
#8 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora
Words cannot describe how much I hated this car. It was almost always in the shop for impossible to find electrical gremlins, got really shitty gas mileage. Was also incredibly smooth and fast. The most luxurious and comfortable car I have ever driven. If I had to pick a way to describe it I'd say DTS-v.
#7 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora
Not my pic, but identical. It was a '95 Autobahn package. Loved it. owned for a week. Brakes failed on me in friday night rush hour traffic. This gets higher ranking from the last one because it looked cooler, had teal leather seats, and a car phone.
#6 1995 Ford Bronco 5.8
My first. Loved it, drove it like a bro, Sold it in 2 months due to shit gas mileage.
#5 1988 Chevy Silverado 2WD
Complete hillbilly beater. bought it with 350k miles on it, sold it with 360k. still running, all original. Fun fact- had first gen escalade seats.
#4 1973 BMW 2002
Dumbest purchase I ever made. I adore it.
#3 2012 Hyundai Sonata 6MT
My longest serving DD. So many memories. This was the day I picked it up. Doesn't look so pretty anymore.
#2 1993 Saab 900S
The first one I ever really wanted, was a better version of my dad's '89. Had leather seats and a 5 speed with rare leather boot and knob. Also factory fog lights. I'd do anything to have it back.
#1 1995 Ford Taurus GL
Stupidest, most boring, and worst car I ever owned, and holy crap I miss it. Was bought new by my great grandpa, then given to my great aunt around 2002, then given to my cousin around 2009, then given to me in 2012. Green velour seats, shitty suspension, bad steering wheel shake. Was totaled by a guy who was texting and driving. Slammed into me at a stop light at 50 MPH. I want this car back so badly.