The "Redneck" truck, as we call it... A Dodge 2500 with a Cummins engine. (Hitched to the unintentionally matching horse trailer.
My winter vehicle, a Dodge 2500. Just get her new tranny in, too.
The FrankenTruck (now with FrankenCamper!) - My dad's old Dodge Ram that he crashed into a telephone pole, then fixed with spare parts from another truck, then crashed into another telephone pole, then fixed again with parts from a third truck. It's mostly just a field beater now, since it's not even street legal anymore.
"Senorita Squishy", as I've nicknamed this Dodge Dakota. My dad got it for $200 from his sister and then found out the brakes didn't work. So he 'fixed' the brakes.... and they still don't work.
It's the only truck on the property that I refuse to drive.
My little Chevy LeBaron convertible. Neither of the rear windows go down, and the top leaks like an old faucet, but I love her.
My mom's Jeep Grand Cherokee.
We also have a 89 Harley Sportster (with the engine currently spread out all over the garage), a Harley DynaGlide, a War Wagon, and an old Plymouth with a crack in the engine block, but I don't have pix of them.