Extra sharp. Good rubber.

Harvest yellow Imperial. Like new. Loaded. One owner. See to appreciate. Extra sharp. Good rubber. A real nice car. Needs some work. Call Cherokee Bail Bonds and ask for Jack. Work odd hours. Keep calling.
The Poorhouse Fair - John Updike

The strength here is the descriptive passages. He doesn't seem to understand old people very well which makes sense as he wrote it young. My favorite scene was a brief alternate perspective on an event from the vantage of a dying, sedated man that will stick with me, though I'm not sure why.