There it was, parked, large as alive. Really as if it was alive... ...That car reposed, calm and gleaming, a FOR SALE sign in its left front window.
"We had our own tent to live in by their house and the kids would be in and out of there all day and night."
"Once I was in the same room and I heard his teeth click at something. I looked over and he'd bitten through his lip. Blood was going down his chin."
"After that I though he'd freeze himself to death working on that vehicle. I mean he was out there all day and at night."
"He leaned his elbow on the red car's windshield and he took his other arm and put it over my shoulder ... "Smile," Bonita said, and he did."
"I walk back to the car, turn on the high beams, and drive it up the bank. I put it in first gear and then I take my foot off the clutch. I get out, close the door, and watch it plow softly into the water."