Back in the 1960's Road & Track Magazine used to have a periodic feature known as "After The New Wears Off". It was a test of a car they had tested when new then would revisit these long term cars periodically as the miles and years would pass and chronicle any repairs and maintenance needed. Many Monthly Magazines would do some silly stuff for their April issue. One year Road & Track did a feature, if I recall correctly on a 1955 Chevy that had been driven so long continually that mast of the paint had weathered off very much like this Dodge Challenger. I was tempted to name this video "After The Metal Wears Off'" as in some places where the vinyl top trapped moisture for years, the roof has a few extra rust holes. Road & Track also did Other off the wall test for April fools such as a British Gresley A3 Steam Locomotive , the GoodYear Blimp and many other fun and unusual vehicles.