The immobilized wheels are merely the beginning of the story, as the car's condition is subpar. The primary

issue with the majority of ancient, neglected automobiles is the significant amount of rust present on this

Challenger. It has been exposed to the elements for more than two decades. The rust commences at the front of

the vehicle and progresses to the point of the nose. The driver's front quarter panel, which descends to the

rocker, is also severely corroded. At the same time, the C-pillar is exhibiting some significant corrosion, and the

weather stripping surrounding the front windshield has completely collapsed. It is likely advantageous that the vehicle did not have a vinyl roof, as the roof would have been in significantly worse condition.