The fun thing about going to the local body shop is all the odd cars you’ll find crossing paths with yours. Forget about the commoners minivans and SUVs. Those are just appliances the boss has to repair to keep the lights on. No, the good stuff is usually in the back. Sometimes it’s a project car that stalled out, other times an antique undergoing full restoration.
For example, tucked in behind Daniel’s WRX is a 1920’s Chevrolet in Detroit’s version of World Rally Blue.
Out in the back lot you’ll find a late 1950’s Studebaker developing extra patina before being turned into someone’s rat-rod.
Or this turn of the century Rolls Royce with minor fender damage just waiting for factory parts to arrive from the UK before heading back out on the rough Toronto roads..