Had we not of bought the van then Mell would have been stranded.
Apparently, internal combustion engines, due to high temperatures, require an agent to moderate those temperatures to ensure that the engine does not cease normal operations.
Mechanics call it ‘siezing’ and sometimes the engines take on a characteristic ‘death rattle’. It is the automotive equivalent of the ‘Blue Screen of Death’.
So, here I am on a chilly Saturday morning, putting anti freeze in the resevoir, running the car, and listening and watching to see if it will ‘rattle blue’.

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