It has been on my mind for awhile that perhaps we should sell Lil'Sis. It was a difficult decision to come to but I finally decided to listed her for sale Sunday evening on Market Place on FB. It was actually heart warming how many people wanted a little station wagon. By lunch time Monday I had over a dozen folks message me. A middle age man (Leo), who really wanted to come over Sunday night 10:00 pm with a big light, is the one who bought her. The first appointment Monday morning didn't show. There was three other guys who where interested. I promised to message them with the out come. When I did, Leo was so excited, told me he'd be right over it would take about an hour. While I was waiting for Leo I answered a bunch of other messages, letting them know of the situation. The other two guys that I had messaged had still not replied. I had a very interesting conversation with one of the fellas. He had a few older cars and wanted to add Lil'Sis to his garage. He sent me pictures of the work he had done and how she would have a good home with him. But he understood he had to wait for Leo to have a look. When Leo and friend arrived they had portable ramps and gave her a good going over. He told me about having just purchasing a small SUV and really wasn't happy with his young family sitting so close to the rear and if there was ever an accident from the back they probably would be injured. He felt the wagon would be much safer. I told him to remember this was 31 year old car and it would need some tlc. He seemed giddy at the opportunity to have an old car to do up. Well I was pleased that she was going to a person who seemed excited to haul his family around in and who wanted a car to tinker with. I was also glad the sale happened quickly and didn't drag out over days or weeks. Good bye Lil'Sis we had a great time together.