Wally buys his first car, a non-running jalopy which becomes a blight on the neighborhood.

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Without telling his parents beforehand, Wally buys a non-operating jalopy for $25, hoping that he can fix it up and get it running by the time he learns to drive. But Ward and June - more so the latter - don't feel he should have a car, especially such a broken down one, at his young age. So he agrees to get rid of it, but asks for a couple of days to be able to sell it so that he can get his money back. In those two days with no prospective buyers in sight, the car causes some problems in blocking their functioning car from getting up and down their single drive driveway, and for the Cleavers now being seen as the bad neighbors with the junk in their front yard. Ultimately, Ward and Wally take different paths in figuring out how to get rid of the car without taking a financial beating. Written by Huggo

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14 October 1961 (USA)  »

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Wally's car is a 1936 Ford five window coupe. See more »

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Edward 'Eddie' Haskell: Hey, Wally, what's up?
Wallace 'Wally' Cleaver: Oh, hi, Eddie. Hey, maybe you can help me. I'm gonna sell the car, and I thought I'd advertise it in the newspaper.
Edward 'Eddie' Haskell: Yeah? Where ya gonna put it - the obituary column?
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