I still can’t believe I didn’t try to get a fee for this piece, but it was worth the slight to my professional integrity to get the good ol’ Battlewagon into the limelight for a few seconds in the SF Chronicle. Too bad the the copy editor messed up the spelling of gauge not once but twice and changed the obvious phrase: “I tried to take some speed off at the toll plaza but the brake pedal just went straight to the floor with a thump,” to the senseless: “I tried to take a small exit off but the brake pedal just went straight to the floor with a thump.” Anyway, enjoy!
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