obtained to favor my busted leg in 1978, at that time encased in a cast. This was by no means a new car but the price was right. [Known in upstate New York as a "winter rat". . . a rusty hulk used by migrant Floridians who maintained multiple dwellings but needed inexpensive transportation during visits back north.] In fact, the licensing people took a lot of convincing that the small sum I claimed to have paid for it was indeed accurate. It was sometimes hard to start in cold weather because the choke hung up. I could never find out why, and almost drowned it in penetrating oil and choke cleaner to no avail. I believe Peter and Bobbie inherited this monster and had the unpleasant experience of having it die in the middle of Amenia, or somewhere like that.
Chevrolet Wagon autotran '70
On arriving in Miami it was apparent that the Xplorer was a bit unwieldy for the puttering around that was envisaged, so we acquired a. . .