Yeah, sure, getting rid of the 1997 Saturn means the end of an era. But, at 150k miles, that era needs an end.
When Ernie von Schledorn took a look at the Saturn, he said it was "a teacher car." And it's true--I never throw anything away. I never know when I'll need it, or when I can get a new one if I get rid of an old something. My firm belief is that a car should be driven into the ground. And that Saturn . . . hasn't been above ground for a good six or eight months now if you know what I mean.
Plus, this baby has a pinstripe.