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Jalopnik: Chipmunks Store Stolen Dog Food In Datsun 240Z [LOLCars]

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Anyone stashing a vintage car has a common fear — rodents. They can quickly take cars from "in-need-of-plates" to "in-need-of-complete-teardown." Luckily, this Datsun 240Z owner discovers chipmunks didn't destroy anything, just used his exhaust as storage for pilfered dog food.

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Boy sounds gay, just sayin'. Cute vid!

Chipmunks are adorable little scamps. There is usually one on the big ol' porch at the campground clubhouse, stealing scraps. It's funny to see the little guy wait 'til he believes it's "safe" to haltingly make his way out to an errant french fry under one of the tables, grab it with both hands and eat it, then run back to his hiding spot.

On the other hand, I've seen a lot of damage to vehicles done by rodents.

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Well heck, if anything that helped to absorb any moisture inside the pipes... not that there might have been any.

We stored a an '83 - 944 in our garage over a few winters. When it came time to start it every spring, we noticed that it had 'difficulty'. Once it was running, we also noticed that only the right side lights worked. The markers, signals, headlights and tail lights all were dead on one side of the car. It took an automotive electrician to scope out the problem and determine a short caused by mice. It was quite the expensive repair.

We laugh about it now and say the car suffered a stroke.

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Interesting, a farting asian car that is actually producing more than just hot gas...

Wonder if it left a bown spot on the driveway?

Chris

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Usually, little brown pellets indicate some sort of constipation. A brown stain is unlikely in that sort of predicament.:)
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