I got suckered into buying some kind of 60’s Chevrolet from a brother. I think it was a 390, but that is by memory. Very powerful. Had Positraction, and couldn’t be driven once the snow started falling. When I mentioned this, everyone who had never owned a powerful car with Positraction told me either I didn’t know how to drive, or didn’t know good traction when I got it. That last one is a real silly thing!
Those who had owned Positraction agreed you either put studded tires on all 4 or parked the car all winter.
Anyway I chose to sell that car. A fellow worker was looking for a car. I told him right up front, “You don’t want it. It will be nothing but trouble. That car is for a young lad with a death wish.”
He insisted, because of the price. Later, someone told me he was really negative, because in a month or two he had to replace the radiator. Replace the radiator on a $250 car, 13 years old? Who would’ve thought?
Yeah, selling cars to family or fellow employees can be a bummer.