In addition to probably being the worst career advice Wyatt Earp ever got, "get out of Dodge" is usually a perfectly sensible decision, especially when followed by the word "ownership". Though not if that Dodge is the “world famous Melvan”, a 1972 Sportsman Royal used on tour by the punk rockers Melvins and featuring artwork by some dude from a band called Nirvana named Kurt Cobain.
You should probably buy this (possibly still) mobile piece of music history if your favorite Nirvana song is:
Smells Like Teen Spirit: If you have a strong, youthful spirit (or worse, reek of adolescent ghosts), you'll want a van from a group who jokingly named themselves for the frontman’s manager at a Thriftway in Montesano. Also, judging by the state of the brown-on-brown interior, you should probably hope Teen Spirit actually smells like Febreze.
All Apologies: Because that’s what Kurt would’ve been if security at the aforementioned Thriftway had caught him stealing the black sharpies he used to scrawl the mural of KISS on the side panel.
Nevermind: On second thought, maybe you don't want this thing.
Heart Shaped Box: Though the glove box is not actually shaped like a heart, it does contain two former registrations, one signed by King Buzzo (Roger Osborne) and the other by Melvins bass player Matt Lukin.
I Hate Myself And Want To Die: Again, probably not the van for you.
Rape Me: Um, duh... it’s a VAN.