According to writer Gail Farrellys 1991 Buick Skylark, the trade-in program is a sad thing for older autos that are being sent to the junkyard in exchange for a hot new model.
Farrelly, speaking on behalf of her baby, says, My baby feels a lot of cars are still good. If owners gave them the proper care, then they wouldnt become clunkers.
Though her friends insist she get rid of her clunker, Farrelly refuses and calms her babys fears of being crushed for cash on a daily basis.
She explains, I tell him hes not a clunker, that hes a wonderful car, and that I love him to death.
To ease her cars fears, Farrelly is thinking of throwing her wheels a birthday party celebrating his 19 years of life.
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