Like the fuel to run them, cars are ridiculously expensive in Uruguay. I’ve talked about that before.
Here’s a decades-old Chevy Impala (I have been unable to determine the year) for sale. Not in very good shape; I don’t even want to know what they’re asking for it.
Approaching is the quintessential cheap-ass-looking Citroen beach buggy, called a Méhari. They were actually produced in Uruguay from 1971 to 1979. So you can probably pick one up cheap, right? As we say in Spanish, jajajajajajaja!
Interestingly, both are named after African animals, albeit two unlikely to cross paths.