I have a friend who served in the US Army in Korea during the 1970s. He
told me there was a Hyundai car that nobody knew who owned it but it
served as transportation for anyone in the barracks who needed it. There
was no key, the locks were so worn out you could start it with a nail
file. During the 3 years he was there he's pretty sure no one changed
the oil. He didn't know what model year the car was but it had been
there so long that whoever owned it got transfered long ago and no one
knew who it was. He drove it a lot and said it was an amazingly reliable
car. I don't know what model Hyundai it was or what year but he was
there in the late seventies.
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