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Pocket knives and handkerchiefs

As much as technology has done for our society, there are few things that it has taken away, like privacy, and the ability to work on a vehicle. Gone are the days of driving through a neighborhood and seeing fathers and sons or daughters, working under the hood of the family car or truck. These days you practically have to have a degree from MIT to figure out how to change a spark plug. I’ve always loved old cars and trucks. I get that from my dad. Over the years, he has had an old Chevy truck, a Packard, a ’55 Chevy, and a ’64 Mustang convertible. Currently, he has a 1946 Ford truck he tinkers on. For the past couple of years, I’ve been wanting an old truck.

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