So, I've been browsing TTAC on occasion and recently I stumbled across their junkyard finds and this weird one: Junkyard Find: 1989 Buick Reatta | The Truth About Cars. I'd never heard of this car before. I was surprised that a 1989 GM car would actually have a touchscreen! I did some digging around and apparently, they used a CRT (!) rather than a LCD and I've seen claims that the touchscreens weren't very reliable and eventually ditched. I also found threads like 1988 & 1989 CRT touch screen Repair - AACA Forums where people had to do re-soldering to fix them. I even found this video w/a demo of the CRT and a bit of the dash: along w/this "light show" . I remember many automakers in the 80s including GM, Chrysler and Nissan were into putting in digital speedometers and instrument clusters. The hotness back in the mid to late 80s was speech synthesized alerts (e.g. right door is open, your door is ajar) as I'd been in an 86 Nissan Maxima w/such alerts and a Chrysler New Yorker around that vintage w/similar alerts. I actually wish we did have a return to speech synthesized alerts vs. all the different beeps our Priuses can emit. While digging for something else, I stumbled across this weird cyclops car: Junkyard Find: 1982 Subaru GL â€œThird Eyeâ€ | The Truth About Cars. I'd never known of Subarus with a cyclops light, only a Tucker. Anyway, discuss your favorite TTAC junkyard finds or other weird cars from the past.