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My dream began in 1960 when I would watch the Route 66 TV show on our black and white TV in Bern, KS…

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“Mister Ford” is a 1950 Ford Custom Deluxe Fordor (4-door, in Ford-speak) that first belonged to my maternal grandfather, Edward Wheeler (“Wheeler”) Rittenhouse.  There was no way I could comfortably assign a nickname like “Smoky” to a car that belonged to my grandfather, so the car is simply, “Mister Ford”.

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We purchased this 1931 Model A in 2012 or 2013 and loved it! It drove well and smoothly and was a pleasure to own. And you didn’t have to put the windows on it when it started raining, like we did with the 1929 Model A Roadster we also have.

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The Cord was my father’s favorite car. He first saw one at a gas station my grandfather was managing in Lone Jack, Missouri in about 1940. He said it was love at first site.

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1950 Studebaker Champion owned by Joe and Janice Arneson. Joe had a great friend by the name of Curtis Dalton. Curtis had restored the Green Hornet and drove it almost every day. Joe helped Curtis take care of the car and stored it for him in the winter. One of his last wishes was for Joe to have the car 🚗.

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