Grandad had a couple of late 30s cars that went under in the flood of 52. They were left down in the trees to return to earth.When the 4th of July came around all the kids got a pack of firecrackers. These weren't the kiddy crackers you get today. These were the ultimate 2 3/4"x 3/8" blow your hand off boomers, just one step down from the M-80s or ashcans. In my 8 year old search for adventure I dropped them in every hole I could find. Ahhh, what better hole than the one where the gascap used to be. I can still see the ol Chev with doors a flapping doing a slow endo about 20 feet in the air amidst a huge ball of fire. Grand dad was not amused, but I was. Never did get the other car to go off.