For example, the purple ring with pink dots that Nina G. (48) from Pinneberg had been looking for ages. The glove compartment, in which it had been waiting between old MOT reports and lead additive for its liberation, is two years older than its owner. It belongs to a 1967 Beetle. Somewhere along the line, it received a pink paint job. Now it matches the ring. Nina uses the glove compartment mainly to keep the lead-additive substitute for the classic Beetle close at hand. The pink 1967 convertible requires a capful of the additive with every tank of petrol.