Old Cars, and Things
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|Jeannette Austin||Jan 2|
The ‘40 Ford
This generation thinks of the old automobiles of the past as glamorous and classy. I remember when the "40 Ford" was quite popular for its easy finesse around town. It did not have the "shiny classic car look" of today. In other words, during the days of actual use, it was simply a loud, smelly, dusty vehicle which bore the brunt of wind, rain and dust. One had to be properly addressed for the occasion. The glamorization part seems to occur after a society suffers through an age of invention and industrialization and passes on its upgrades to future generations. Yet the old farms, mules, chicken coups of our ancestors is a reminder that they prepared the way, for us.
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