Here's mine in order:
1982 Chevy Celebrity. I got it in about 1994. It had about 150,000 miles on it. Open the oil cap and it looked like a beach after an oil spill. But it was my first car! While changing the oil one time, I jacked it up on the front crossmember, removed the jack stands and as I was letting it down- BANG! The jack slipped off the crossmember and into the oil pan! I replaced he oil pan but I believe the oil pickup tube got kinked or broken or something. It wasn't long that it went from 4 cylinders to 3. Donated to some charity.
1986 Nissan Sentra. 2 door 5 speed manual transmission. Good car. Had it for 3 or 4 years.
1991 Mazda 626 LX. This was a hand-me-down from my parents. Couldn't complain- this car had AC, cruise, power windows/locks, sunroof.... Got it just before 150,000 miles and I drove it to 197,xxx. Traded it and got the dealer minimum.
1992 Saturn SC. This car started out as my girlfriend's/wife's car. When we traded the 626, I took over driving it. I turned it into my SCCA autox toy and track day car. Had TONS of fun with it. I almost turned it into a full racecar complete with roll cage, but I moved from KS to CO and decided to sell it.
1998 Mercury Mountaineer. 5.0L V8 AWD- it was pretty nice. Only owned it for about 13 months. It started making expensive sounding noises and gas was nearing $2/gal so we decided to traded it.
2004 Saturn VUE. First brand new car. We got the 4 cylinder 5 speed. Put 103k miles on it with hardly any repairs, but the one that tipped me over the edge was 2 exhaust manifold studs broken off that I couldn't fix. Sold it recently.
2003 Mazda Protege ES. Originally bout it for my wife as she was pregnant. This car was auto while the VUE was a stick. But we learned that the door opening was pretty small to get the baby carrier through so I took over driving it and she went back to the VUE. I ended up doing LOTS to it- Mazdaspeed suspension, nice wheels and tires, chassis pieces, nice exhaust...... it was a good looking and great handling car.
1997 Ford Explorer XLT. This replaced the Protege for me. Originally bought to be a DD and tow the popup camper- but then I got into 4wheeling. Looking to sell the camper soon and it's no longer a DD. Lots of mods- custom bumpers, sliders, gears, suspension lift, big tires, lights, CB...... It's a fun truck.
1995 Saturn SL2. Bought to be my commuter. Driving the Explorer it seemed like I was at the gas station every week- and actually I was (I tracked it on fuelly). The SL2 was a no frills- no cruise, no power locks/windows and the AC didn't work. Gas mileage was good but I didn't like driving it. Sold it 11 months after I bought it for $300 more than I bought it for.
2012 Ford Escape Limited. Bought for the wife and I took over driving the VUE. Been a good car so far.
2006 Mercury Mariner Luxury. Still has the 45-day tag. I like it so far.