Text Box: History Of Kerry's Daily Drivers
Text Box: 1972 Renault 12, owned ?/?/1973 - 2/9/1980 

1980 Honda Civic hatchback, owned 2/9/1980 - 2/5/1989 

1989 Honda CRX, owned 2/5/1989 - 10/18/1990 

1991 Honda CRX, owned 10/18/1990 - 2/26/1999 

1996 Honda DelSol, owned 2/26/1999 - 6/27/2007 

2003 Toyota MR2 Spyder, owned 5/12/2007 - 3/10/2016 

2016 Nissan 370Z, owned 2/14/2016 - 7/8/2022
Text Box: 1972 Renault 12
Text Box: 1980 Honda Civic
Text Box: 1989 Honda CRX
Text Box: 1991 Honda CRX
Text Box: 1996 Honda DelSol
Text Box: 2003 Toyota MR2 Spyder
Text Box: What I really wanted was a reasonably priced mid-engine 2-seater sports car that is a coupe. So, before buying an MR2, I had investigated getting a hardtop for it. It turns out that they were a very popular factory accessory in Japan, but never officially brought over here. The car was actually designed with the roof in place. So, I ordered one on-line from Japan, and it arrived in a huge crate. We brought it home from DHL on the Aluma trailer.
Text Box: Nissan 370Z
Text Box: I bought my 2016 black 370Z Feb. 14th 2016. However, as can be seen in the photo to the left, it had a serious flaw, the door handles!

Well, unbeknownst to me, Linda ordered a pair of new handles, Cliff painted them body color, and they gave them to me for my 60th birthday! These can be seen in all the other photos. I consider it a repair as this is how it should have come from the factory!

On 7/8/2022, I put down a deposit on a new mid engined C8 Corvette. It looks like it will take a year to get it. However, the market for used cars was in a bubble. I found out I could get almost what I paid for my Z, now almost 6 1/2 years old. This would pay for 1/3 of the future Vette all by itself! So, as sad as it was to see it go, I did the practical thing and sold it. 
Now I only had the Alfa. However, this was the same time period that Linda got her new Mazda CX30. We decided to keep her Juke as I didnít want the Alfa to be my only transportation for the next year.

Me saying goodbye to my Z at CarMax. Smile hides sadness. I may never shift again!