• Local Hero

    Votes: 23 39.0%
  • Cauterize

    Votes: 7 11.9%
  • Supercharged111

    Votes: 3 5.1%
  • ck80

    Votes: 16 27.1%
  • Metzger82

    Votes: 2 3.4%
  • UC645

    Votes: 1 1.7%
  • 08Malibu

    Votes: 4 6.8%
  • 85442/86buick

    Votes: 3 5.1%

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I threw my vote to the wagon. Big girls need lovin too, and, the yearly rust, rinse, repeat dedication counts in my book. Also, voting for yourself is equivalent to laughing at your own joke or liking your own comments....
I thought that wagon pick was a “before” photo?
I thought that wagon pick was a “before” photo?
It's likely a current condition representation. What I read was its driven every winter, gets rusty, gets touched up with rustoleum when weather improves, then next winter the process repeats and it all happens again and again.
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At least you cut out and fixed yours...

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Other than the driver side which got something slapped on, that rubber backing on the carpet is a lifesaver. Of course, you could just life the carpet and chuck your pee bottles out the floor, another useful option is someone in PA would like to buy this heap with its smoking 305 that just got stuffed into this mess... but, with only 3 functioning body mounts it doesn't leave town. Does make grocery trips and such, it's a gin-u-whine people of Walmart Cruiser
I have scrapped better cars than that. Seriously.
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