Takayuki Maeda finishes wiping a windshield at a Honda dealership in Machida, western Tokyo, and approaches a group of elderly men washing cars alongside him and suggests they pick up a new ride.
“How about a second car ー a convertible like this one?” the 45-year-old jokes.
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