A pic I took in 2008 in Sevilla, Spain.
I had just sold my Canon 350D before going on a 2 years across the world backpacking tour and wanting to replace the DSLR with something small, lightweight, non-conspicuous and cheap to the point of being almost disposable. Entered the mighty Panasonic DMC-LS60. It was a 6Mpixels, AA battery-powered compact companion that I bought for 89€ brand new. It proved to be a very trustworthy little thing. It took thousands of pictures on three continents. Its soft and barreled image rendition was more than balanced by the vivid colors and a surprisingly accurate metering. Its weight and size meant I constantly had it on me, so I never missed a picture. It unfortunately died after 5 years of hard duty. I still miss it to this day. Ain't had as much fun with a compact camera since then.
I'm pretty sure the owner of this car felt the same about it as I did about my LS60.