When you stop and think about how many cars have met their demise at the hands of rust, theft, negligence or accidents, it’s amazing to see vehicles from the ’40s and ’50s still on the road. Heck, I know for a fact both my first and second cars were totaled and met the claws of an automotive shredder within months after I sold them. Heartbreaking! That’s why it’s always exciting to me to see a car like this 1952 Dodge Wayfarer here on eBay with a Buy-It-Now of $6,900 still purring along. This particular example looks original and does have some rust to contend with, but overall, I’d drive it as-is for as long as I could before dealing with bodywork. The updated wheels and tires completely change the attitude of this vintage coupe, and I hope the next steward keeps its good luck streak going. Do any of you still know the whereabouts of your first car?