It makes the Junkyard Odometer Top Ten, but pushes another Accord off the list.
With 21st Century color film in a prewar (pre-WWI, that is) camera.
The junkyard is full of sad stories.
Sold when double-digit horsepower and front-wheel drive were acceptable in a pickup.
Why even consider Accord, Sentra, or Tercel?
With snow and ski rack, as is proper for an old Colorado Volvo.
Discarded EVs are starting to appear in the Ewe Pullets of the land.
And be sure to ignore “unwarranted adverse publicity” in the media.
The last model year for the first-generation Mustang.
One of the wildest production cars ever made meets an unexpected fate.
A tiny Dodge pickup with 80 oil-burning Mitsubishi horses under the hood.
The slightly upscale sibling to the Ford Tempo sedan.
Complete with the ultra-rare 4.3-liter Oldsmobile Diesel V6!
The 626k-mile 1988 Accord didn't stay on top for long.
A bit of Japan in the Mile High City.
Fits your paisley headbands and Beethoven bust with its fold-down rear seat.
Big straight-six, four-speed manual, rear-wheel drive, no air conditioning.
Yes, AM/FM/cassette/CB radios were a thing in 1981!
No, it's not related to the Chevrolet 4.3-liter V6.
The Kodak Pony 828 was one prestige step above the Brownie, the Chevrolet of Kodaks.
Elegance. Luxury. Front-wheel drive. A Crystal Key. Everything!