There are pros and cons to driving a 22 year old Mercury Marquis as your regular ride.
You never worry about minor scratches or body bumps because there is already a spot of rust here and there. You never worry about anybody wanting to steal your car because it is an old wreck.
You get tons of leg room and never need a running board to be able to get into the car.
Ahhh, here's the big "But..."
You must accept the semi-constant risk of break-downs that can be very inconvenient! As I drove Matthew, my unofficially adopted son back to his dorm at New Hampshire Technical Institute, my wipers decided to quit while it was raining. Sigh. It was a big mist, not a downpour, at least. The wiper seemed to be hitting and binding or sticking on the underside of the front part of the hood. I would pull over and Matthew would flip the blade clear of where it was bound and then they would wipe fine for a few miles until they got stuck again.