1990 Toyota Corolla 1.6 GL AE92 - College car. "Pawis window and steering" but enjoyed its 16 valve engine. I even bought some surplus parts from Banawe to make it looked JDM. Sold it six years ago and was replaced by a gen 2.5 CR-V.
One of the cars I used to drive is a 1992 Nissan Sentra 1.6L ... it was my first car and I loved it. I had quite a bit of memories attached to it including my first accident, dates in college, mods, and even experiences in illegal drag racing in it.
1996 Honda Civic VTi - My first car that I inherited it from my parents when it was already around 11 years old. It wasn't well taken care of so I had to have most of its problems fixed. I sold it in 2009.
2006 Honda Civic 2.0S MT - Bought it second hand on the very same day I sold my old Civic. Installed a drop-in K&N air intake and some sort of weird "radio active" clamp on the fuel line that added 5hp on the dyno. It now makes 145hp on the wheels.
1997 Mazda 323 - first car and still alive. Just sleeping in the garage for now. Mods are a K&N filter (I remember going to Ferman's house/office before at the end of Banawe to have that fitted) and a Stillen Fuel Pressure Regulator (which I bought from Fusion-R and found out that it's from Spectr's old Nissan). The only stock looking 323 at Protegetech (now Mazdatech).
2003 Toyota Rav4 - still alive as well, stock except for a 2-DIN JVC HU. 150K km and still going. No major problems as long as the fluids are changed regularly. Might need to dispose of this soon.
2012 Kia Sportage - been looking at the Sorento initially to replace the Rav4, but the diesel model is just a bit too much for my budget (plus the interior just looks like our Sta. Fe). Drove the Sportage in MOA and fell in love with it when the SA mentioned to me the price. Got it a week after.
1999 Toyota Corolla 1.6 GLI - my second car. Not really my choice of car when I got it but it got the job done. I had a few issues with the car including the weak brakes (I tend to overheat them). Over the years I have upgraded the brakes (rotors & pads), upgrading the suspension for better handling, replaced the alternator & A/C compressor, overhauled the engine (due to a turbocharger problem), replaced the A/T tranny (I think I killed the tranny due to hard accelerations), and had an Auto-LPG kit installed for "cheap" fuel... among other stuff done to the car. I still drive this car today.
Although this car wasn't my choice when I first gotten it, it has had it's fair share of adventures and mis-adventures in my life.
First car was a 1978 Corona macho (practice car) it had a 12R engine very heavy car with all the rust and dirt. after my dad sold the car i have to share a car with a brother (lancer boxtype) eventually bought my first car a 1992 galant GTI VR4 look still with me and still doing its job but needs a paint job. just last year I bought a toyta bB as a project car and will eventually be handover to my wife since this A/T and looking into buying the Mitsubishi colt this November if all plans go well.
1996 Nissan Sentra Super Touring (purchased used in 2006). I bought this car specifically as a "toy" or weekend car. When I got it, it already had a SR20DE engine under it's carbon-fiber hood. The suspension was crap, coil-overs at the back, cut springs in front and the radio sounded worst than a jeepney. On top of it all, the engine leaked a bit of oil and I eventually found some gremlins in the car's electricals causing blown fuses and the battery not to charge while driving.
It was a bad car to buy but I overlooked it for the SR20DE already under it's hood. Given I was looking for a weekend toy, a lot can be "forgiven". Eventually the car was sorted out, all the leaks fixed, suspension upgraded with track-rated springs, adjustable shocks and new wheels fitted. The engine was later tuned & dynoed to make a lot more HP. It became a fun weekend toy that goes as fast as it looks. Vmax at 219kph.
Unfortunately, few years later, I had to sell it to make space for a new car I was buying. Up to this day, I miss that car.