I turned in the drive and was surprised to see it was Yellow. Well I was in for many more nice surprises.As I was looking it over. The story unfolded as the guy was telling me of the history of it.It turns out the guy had bought it new for his mother-in-law. She lived a few short miles from town and she rarely drove. When she did it was only to town and back. She did't like the 5 speed manual shift. One day she was stopped by a train and she got to close to the track. The safety gates came down on the cars hood! She panicked and backed up quick as she could. This left a series of dents as the arm of the gate kept trying to go down.Well, she refused to drive anymore after that and the car just mostly sat unused for a year or two. The guy's daughter reached driving age and began to use the car for school. The first snow of the winter season was the day she would meet up with a guardrail. The guy had it towed to his house. Thinking he could fix it he pulled off all the damaged parts and decided it was to much for him, so in the barn it went with 31,458k miles.