Lol, a Burnside version of the LWB Roamer would be fantastic. These old American luxury SUVs always end up in the same place- 2002- Vehicle is purchased by a mysterious, tax-evading individual who local police are certain is running a meth house for the affluent in a newly constructed, upper-middle-class housing development. 2002, two months later- Vehicle is purchased by an upper-middle-class 50-year-old man, where it serves as a daily driver. 2009- Vehicle is gifted to the man's teenage daughter. 2010- Vehicle is involved in a small accident. The slightly damaged vehicle is sold. 2012- The vehicle, which has been bouncing around used car lots for a little bit, comes into the possession of a drug dealer. 2013- Drug dealer is brutally murdered inside the vehicle. Said vehicle is then tied up in a strenuous legal matter. 2020, present-day- Vehicle is up for auction, bloody leather seats, bullet holes and all. this may seem oddly specific, but a lot of luxury SUVs from this time period likely have suffered the same fate.