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  1. Greg says:

    Knowing the miracle history of how and from who you received this car, I am sure some down home die hard NASCAR fan would want to put it in their yard as a collectors item!

  2. Well done, Danny.

    I’m right on your heels with my 96 Camry. I’m knocking on the door of 200,000 miles and have to roll down my window to get out of my car.

    I don’t have the cool 2-inches of water on the ground thing going though. I’ll have to work on that…

  3. I had to stop reading this post so as not cry at work because it was so funny, not because I’m sad (although may the SnotRocket rest in peace). I will say this post hit a little too close to home…my window hasn’t worked in 7 years (plus a myriad of other issues) but I need the car to last 2 more. After reading this, I’m thinking that’s not too much to ask, right?

  4. yo' sis says:

    R.I.P ’93 HONDA!! Just yesterday Kerry told me a funny story that happened to him 15 years ago… He was on his way to work at Mid South Concrete and his transmission went out and it would only go in reverse. Not wanting to be late (he was working for his dad at the time), he drove backwards to work, went down the bypass from the Minor Hill road actually passing cars and even went through a traffic light! Can you imagine what the people he passed were thinking? lol! Oh well, I think Merriem needs a new vehicle and you get hers!!! (Tell her she owes me!)

  5. Todd Dimsdale says:

    Danny,
    Based on your description this car has been brain dead for years. You have done a brave thing by letting it go peacefully.

    My last Accord went 327K before I sold it. It’s still going strong with the new owner and just passed 400K!

  6. Greg says:

    Very funny! It really took me back to my ’93-ish Toyota Paseo. It got so bad towards the end that I had to cut the A/C off before turns because if I didn’t the power steering would switch off. I felt like I was sailing a schooner down the road . . . a 6ft long Japanese schooner.

  7. Evan says:

    ’85 Honda Accord. Automatic Transmission. On winter mornings, Car never shifted out of 1st gear while driving to high school (1997).

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