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In past giveaways We have discussed our first cars, garage and storage spaces, famous people we have met or would like to have met and weird and wonderful vehicles amongst other topics.

This month I would like to ask;
What movie would you choose to watch at a drive in theatre, and what car would you like to watch it from? (Let's assume the weather is perfect and you have the prime position in the field to watch!)

Any added details welcomed, i.e. what snacks you would have, who you would watch it with, and tell me why you chose this movie!

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hmm... this is something from the past, but i hoped it meets the requirements :ROFLMAO: because I still remember this if it was yesterday...

so back in 1985 when the first Terminator was released. My family and I went to go watched this movie at our local drive-in theater in Oklahoma. I remember my parents got me everything... popcorn, hotdog, and candy, a kids dream at this age. I honestly do not remember much of the movie, because I was too busy playing around our Buick T-Type. The only reason I know now that we had a T-Type vs the actual Grand National was it was not black. We had a gray-ish version, but my fondest memory of this car was we had not A/C or it was broken... and my dad installed a small fan in the vehicle. So the fan, and this turbo indicator next to the steering wheel was what stood out the most for me. But the event of this night was stuck in my mind was... because of me (i think) when your at the movie drive-in, the sound system is coming from your vehicle. I think the combination of me continuously getting in and out of the car and playing in the trunk... our car's battery was dead. By the end of the movie , we were the last one to leave because we had to get help from the drive-in theater to jump our vehicle.

I do miss that car, and wished my parents kept it. but because they bought a 1987 Honda Accord LX-i... I wouldn't be the Honda fan boy like I am today.
 

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hmm... this is something from the past, but i hoped it meets the requirements :ROFLMAO: because I still remember this if it was yesterday...

so back in 1985 when the first Terminator was released. My family and I went to go watched this movie at our local drive-in theater in Oklahoma. I remember my parents got me everything... popcorn, hotdog, and candy, a kids dream at this age. I honestly do not remember much of the movie, because I was too busy playing around our Buick T-Type. The only reason I know now that we had a T-Type vs the actual Grand National was it was not black. We had a gray-ish version, but my fondest memory of this car was we had not A/C or it was broken... and my dad installed a small fan in the vehicle. So the fan, and this turbo indicator next to the steering wheel was what stood out the most for me. But the event of this night was stuck in my mind was... because of me (i think) when your at the movie drive-in, the sound system is coming from your vehicle. I think the combination of me continuously getting in and out of the car and playing in the trunk... our car's battery was dead. By the end of the movie , we were the last one to leave because we had to get help from the drive-in theater to jump our vehicle.

I do miss that car, and wished my parents kept it. but because they bought a 1987 Honda Accord LX-i... I wouldn't be the Honda fan boy like I am today.
what a great memorable time!
 

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Pulp Fiction homie. Samuel L. Jackson would be sick on the big screen responding, it's the wallet that says bad muthaf*@ka, pick it up.
one of the greatest films of all time, good choice
 

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Well this is a true story. I went to the drive-in about 10-12 years ago. My friend and I were following each other in both of our slammed Civics (I was a teenager and thought it was kewl). He kept over heating and I lost a tire and rim from a pot hole on the interstate.. We still made it (1hr 20 mins). Pulled in and were on the front row. We fixed his car and grabbed some M&M and burgers in middle of the Justin Bieber movie... It was a 2 movie night. I can't remember the movie we went to see but that was the first showing. I would do it again.
 

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I didn't mention what I would watch Pulp Fiction from.... I would watch it from Ricky & Julian's 1975 Chrysler New Yorker from the Trailer Park Boys making chicken fingers and kool-aid on the top with Randy's fat gut holding my food tray.
 

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I didn't mention what I would watch Pulp Fiction from.... I would watch it from Ricky & Julian's 1975 Chrysler New Yorker from the Trailer Park Boys making chicken fingers and kool-aid on the top with Randy's fat gut holding my food tray.
hahaha their commentary would add to the experience
 
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