Classic Cars

Buying a car in 1950
Buying a car in 1950

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Posted by GrandpaMike at 4:44 am (PDT) on Tue June 11, 2019   
When I was a kid growing up in Sandy, UT (south of Salt Lake City, mid 60's) we had some neighbors who were old men brothers. One of them drove a big old (probably not that big) black Ford? Chevy? Plymouth? which had the word Fordor on the hood area. I guess it was a Ford but don't remember. The brothers loved cars and trucks, always black. They had a tractor too. Nice old men who were actually in their 40's, not really old but to a 10 year old boy they were old.
Early 70's my parents still lived in the same house, I was there for a visit with wife and at least one kid. One of the old brothers had died and the house was being sold. I asked my mom something about them. Turns out they weren't actually brothers and my mom thought it was funny that I didn't know they were partners. Could have pushed me over with a feather. 
Posted by GlenEllyn at 8:52 pm (PDT) on Fri September 29, 2017   
Hmm, I've never heard of a Fordor.

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