Next, Davey should enter here
an automobile that was so dear
or should have been, that much is clear:
'twas a sprightly Plymouth Belvedere!
Now it seems this frumpy but friendly set of wheels was left out of the equation, having been, if memory once again swerves, in service during Davey's tenure at Renee & Pewter's fine place of purveyance.
It seems that Davey's friend John Akatan had offered the Belvedere up for sale, asking the princely sum of $300.00.
Davey, of course, was interested, and began hammering home the bargaining process, settling on an offer of $270.