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I used to have a car that was, in many ways, a good car. But there was one problem that frustrated me no end: the door lock button. The doors were locked via a small pin that stuck up out of the sill beneath the window. Even when the door was locked, the pin stuck up half an inch.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

I used to have a car that was, in many ways, a good car. But there was one problem that frustrated me no end: the door lock button.

The doors were locked via a small pin that stuck up out of the sill beneath the window. Even when the door was locked, the pin stuck up half an inch.

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