(Two years ago this was for sale, not it's back) -- People often forget that the load carrying capacity - or let's say utility in general - of a vehicle is directly proportional to how many eff's you don't give about it. Ever see that guy at the landscape supply having a half-yard of mulch dumped into the trunk of a Kia Sephia? Or the dude hunting out of a Matrix with a salvage title? He doesn't need a truck and an economy car because he already has both of them. Find this lifted 1986 Volvo 740GLE Turbo Diesel for sale in Havre de Grace, MD for $1,800 via craigslist.
The seats look like the lady who works at the truck stop checkout's semi-reflective velour tracksuit but they seem to have weathered better against tears and stains. The owner has told the car "I care" with self tappers lovingly drilled through the door panels. Furthermore, there's a bunch crackly plastic and duck tape holding brittle things together inside; this is a space meant to be shared by people, leaking bags of Quickcrete, and automatic transmissions stood on end.