Want to Find Your Long-Lost Car? We're Here to Help, But You Need to Tell Us a Story First
Over the past few weeks, Jack and I have driven down the road of nostalgia as we contemplated the fate of our past fleets. Thanks to TTAC’s resident wrench and automotive P.I. Bozi Tatarevic, we were able to find closure; Jack’s Oldsmobubble went to the great crusher in the sky, while my Bronco continues to ply the roads of Oklahoma City before it meets a similar fate in a not-so-distant future.
Now it’s your turn to play “Dude, Where’s My Car?”
That’s right. We’re loaning out Mr. Tatarevic to the highest bidder, and the currency of choice here is the written word.
Have you ever wondered what happened to the Cavalier Z/24 you drove in high school that became home to many a sexual conquest? What about that Rambler that took you, your siblings, and parents across the country on your first ever, road-going family vacation?
We’re here to help, but we can’t help all of you.
If you’d like Bozi to use his unique skills to track down that lost-but–not-forgotten ride, here’s what we ask of you:
In 200 words or less, tell us why we should find your ride. Be creative, but be truthful.
The five most intriguing stories will get the nod, and Bozi will reach out to you all to get the required details to support his mission.
Let’s hear your best/worst.