The Pendragon share price doesn't know where to go. It was 2p this time last year when most of the punters were gambling that it would go bust. It shot up to 20p when the bankers came up with the loans that kept the show on the road. By the mid-summer - when the market was beginning to rake through the ashes of the economy looking for recovery plays, Britain's biggest car retail group rattled up to 44p.