Vintage Cars

Vintage cars are not unlike significant others. If you treat her right, she’ll stick with you forever. If you abuse her and ignore her needs, she’ll leave you stranded on the side of the road. Some cars are better choices than others from the beginning, just like humans; choose carefully. Also like significant others, some cars bare the scars of previous abuse and neglect. It’s up to you to decide whether you should try to mend those wounds in hopes of long-term happiness or to pass and leave that for another person to worry about.

It’s actually one of the most honest relationships that you’ll ever have. Choose wisely and respect your chosen partner, be it human or steel.

One comment

  1. Jenna says:

    I disagree. The car lives at the whim of the driver. If the driver decides the weather will rust the car’s paint, the car stays in the garage. If the driver is in the mood for a new set of wheels, the old car can be left in the garage without ever being able to speak up for itself. Yes, if the driver takes good care of the car, it won’t strand him or her. But in the end, the whole relationship is contingent upon the driver’s agency and the car’s lack of agency. Only the driver can put the key in the ignition and turn it.