Whole line of little mom and pop used car lots along the I-70 service road. Most of them are sixty year old houses that were lining the road before the Interstate went through and the yards were paved over for commercial duty. One is jammed with (mostly) Sonatas and Elantras from one of the county's two Hyundai dealerships about three miles further west. Very few SUV's although I did see a Venue jammed in. Moroney labels still in place. Know the Sonata's front end is a matter of scorn and the Elantra is about to be replaced by a much better looking car but I'm frankly surprised that this many cars would be jammed into a lot that's in front of what looks like a three bedroom house. Didn't any dealership want these? The Hyundai dealership had already changed ownership during the five years or so that it operated and looked marginal to begin with. Remember it took some time for permanent signage to go up after the last switch. Are these still new cars despite them not being sold by a dealer?