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From Wooodsterman's 1st Annual Wal-Mart Car Show II:
More HERE and HERE and HERE. Guaranteed to make you smile!
As did most high-school students and newlyweds back then, I drove junkers in my younger days. "The Beast," a 1964 VW convertible, had a wooden bumper; the bumper was good enough to pass state safety inspection. My 1964 Dodge Dart looked good at first glance but had holes in the floorboards such that, one day, I stepped into the vehicle only to have my foot go completely through to the pavement; my father and Mr. AOW welded a plate to the chassis. Problem solved! I drove the vehicle for several more years. Now the high-school parking lots for students here in Northern Virginia are filled with new cars or nearly-new BMW's, Mustangs, Hondas, and Toyotas.