Three cars that I still miss:
1972 Toyota Corolla 2-door coupe, 1.6 liter, 4 speed manual. Lowered, flared, springs, shocks, panhard rod, headers, 0.030" pistons, head shaved during engine rebuild, custom exhaust system. Staggered wheels/tires. Painted in 1978 Corvette Yellow with red and orange striping on the sides (stripes applied by me, my own design). Sunroof, homebrew OH and center consoles, 240Z front seats. Homebrew carpeting, sound deadening, and rear seat. Four 6x9" triaxial speakers (two, split, in the doors; two in rear deck), fed by external amp/EQ. Was rear-ended and totaled in 1984.
1987 Toyota Camry sedan DX in Blue Pearl, 2.0 liter DOHC, 116 hp, 5 speed manual, 2700 pounds (lighter than an xB2). Car magazines said it did 0-60 in 8.7 seconds which was pretty good back then. I put 6x9" triaxial speakers in the rear deck and 4" coaxials in the dash. I got 30 mpg no matter how I drove it. Had to sell it because my fiance (now my wife) didn't like the manual tranny.
1991 Toyota longbed Pickup in Super White, 5 speed manual with the Extra value package (side stripes, AC, cloth bench seat, chrome grill, real side vent windows, sliding rear window). I put 6x9" triaxial speakers in the doors and 6.5" coaxial speakers behind the bench seat in a homebrew box. Had to sell it due to growing family. I still miss my truck...