Things That Are Criminal-

Posted: February 2, 2010 in Pain

Letting a fine ride like this rust and rot out in the snow.  I wish I knew who owned it so I could rescue it from such abuse!

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Comments
  1. Gaina says:

    Could you put a note in a plastic wrapper on the windshield? I can just visualize that car restored to it’s former glory 🙂

  2. rootietoot says:

    that’s just wrong.

  3. Carson D Carson says:

    Are you allowed to do title searches in that part of the country?

  4. Erik says:

    Sorry to have to reveal my ignorance, but what is the make and model?

  5. Outis says:

    Rootie,

    It looks more like a 1st generation challenger methinks.

    • dead_Vladimir says:

      it is har do tsay but isnt that th echarger plate on the side?
      admittedly the long front does look challengeresque but maybre that is the camera angle/

  6. Aspasia says:

    That could be a beauty! Definitely criminal.

  7. Outis says:

    oops!

    SBT. I went back and checked. Challengers didn’t have a name plate on the fender like this one has. It is a Charger.

  8. TexGuy says:

    One of my neighbors has a 200-something Pontiac Grand Prix. Basically a much nicer, leaner looking version of my own Grand Am. The car hasn’t moved in like two months that I could tell, and it has snowed several times. I’ve been brushing the snow off his car every few days to make sure nobody thinks he’s not around and tries to break into the car or something.

    On a related note: When it snows: Clean off your WHOLE car of snow. Don’t just clear off part of the windshield and say “There, I did it!” I saw a guy driving onto base today with his entire rear window covered up. I wish the cops had written him up at the gate for that. Seriously, it takes less than five minutes to do using a brush that costs five bucks at any store in town here.

  9. Jill Brenneman says:

    Challenger or Barracuda?

  10. Jill Brenneman says:

    Not a Charger. Definitely a Challenger.

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