1996 buick park avenue Ultra(supercharged version, hopped it up, made some power, threw a rod thru the block at about 180000 miles)
2000 ford contour 2.0l with the 4 speed slushbox auto(slow crap, got me around, and never quit running despite a lack of fixing anything. smoked like a train from the exhaust when I got rid of it)
1996 buick skylark custom ltd(2.4l 4cyl, died due to old man running a light and smashing it. I paid $1000 for this car, and got paid $3800 by his insurance to keep the car, on top of the three injuries from his hit and run that paid out way more)
2000 pontiac sunfire(this was a giant pile of shit, sold it after I put a used transmission in it, blew the motor less than a month after I sold it, not my fault, ran fine when I sold it, but the body had fist sized holes in it)
2002 Saturn SC2 manual(miss car, fun to drive, great on gas, super easy to work on, and super cheap to work on)
2002 Chevy avalanche LT 4x4(got this at like 135000 miles, drove it to 278000, recently scrapped it and regret it. needed a transmission and transfer case, but the frame was solid, and the body was rotting away. step bars were hanging on by rust alone, but it ran perfect)
2010 GMC Savana 4x4 windowless cargo van(still have this, has 468000 miles on the original engine, and isn't rusted out to nothing yet, daily drove this for delivery for 3 years. bought with 110000 on it. On its second transmission, 3rd front diff, 2nd rear diff, 3rd or 4th transfer case. starts and runs perfect, might need a thrust bearing in the motor, got a spare motor in the garage for it already like 3 years ago that I never used, along with a fresh transmission, transfer case, front diff, and 2 front wheel hub assemblies that I bought in bulk because I went thru 1 every 50000 miles. CV axles too, this liked to kill the front CVaxles in about 30k miles).
2020 Toyota Highlander hybrid platinum AWD(decided we needed a new car after the avalanche blew out the transfer case, bought this brand new in January of 2021 for $46800. Was 8 cars deep in the showroom as it was the only platinum they had left in the state)
2021 Toyota sienna LE AWD(the new delivery van, as of this writing, has about 168000 miles on it, and still hardly anything has gone wrong considering the miles i put on it.