It seems that someone, in 1957, buried a Plymouth Belvedere in your neighborhood.
Well, maybe not in your neighborhood, but on the courthouse lawn. Yeah, sounds weird to me too, burying a car at the courthouse, but I'm sure it made sense at the time. Probably it was Bush, already trying to hide the fact that 9/11 was an inside job.
The article says the car-hiders buried the ride with "a case of beer, and the contents of a typical woman's handbag placed in the glove compartment: 14 bobby pins, a bottle of tranquilizers, a lipstick, a pack of gum, tissues, a pack of cigarettes, matches and $2.43."
How did they arrive at the sum of $2.43 ?
Lots of other questions present themselves. Now we know that the local Environmental/Public Scold Gestapo will confiscate the cigarettes, but will anybody try the gum, the tranquilizers and the case of beer ? Maybe all at once ?
No, I wouldn't drink the beer either. But who gets the bobby pins ? What color's the lipstick ? Were the tissues Kleenex ?
Apparently the car-buriers included ten gallons of gasoline. Will they sell it at 2007 prices ?
These and many other questions need to be answered, LL. We need to know if the car starts, and whether Elvis is slumped over in the driver's seat.
We need a FULL report on what happens with this.