Sparkle Buggy Wash classics

Another day, another dude freaking out in the tunnel of love scratched paint and clean whitewalls. Supposedly, it’s over glasses. In my experience, dark, noise, meth withdrawal, DTs or the cocaine OD death of Kevin DuBrow are all just as likely.

HT: Winding Road

In honor of this, the car of the day is the Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera:

Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera

Marge Gunderson is not looking for you, exactly

Why? Because every Sunday in the summer, like clockwork, this late-20s (MILF?) chica would come by for a mid-afternoon vacuum and a wash for her little pink Ciera. She always put on a show at the vacuums, and always managed to miss a few buttons on her blouse than, and when it came time to run the car through the tunnel.

Good times.

Sadly, she only ran her actual car through my actual car wash tunnel and not the (awkward) metaphoric reverse.

4 Comments

  • Oh, Thank Heaven October 14, 2010 at 10:13 am

    […] February 1985, I said goodbye to the Sparkle Buggy Wash. Too much wet shoes and frostbite. Not enough tip money or tit shots. Plus, having my ass handed to me every Thursday in Euchre kinda got […]

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  • Circumstances have changed, Jerry November 15, 2010 at 11:14 am

    […] I discovered it, I have been looking for a tan Ciera.  Do you have any idea how hard Cieras are to find, 20 years after they were last popular? Then you want to get all “it’s gotta be the […]

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  • The one about that girl at Osco April 13, 2011 at 8:47 pm

    […] for the nuclear wasteland of my first two semesters, and the subsequent years of minimum wage bullshit and the Meister Brau diet and living the Blutarsky lifestyle with the bare minimum amount […]

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  • Sparkle Buggy Wash Classics July 22, 2014 at 3:22 pm

    […] the car spa for a happy finish. No, you go to the insanotron Sparkle Buggy Wash. WTF, dude? Is a $3.50 beating with brushes by high school dropouts (mostly) really worth it? […]

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