The reason I still like newspapers is because stories like this one detailing the 10 owners of one 1957 Chevy truck would only come from a local publication as good as The Virginian-Pilot. The series of five articles details the 10 people that have owned this collectible since its first owner in 1957. Earl Swift turns in a terrific group of stories that I enjoyed reading and found the lives of the men that owned the truck utterly fascinating. Maybe it was that their lives truly were intriguing or that Swift can spin a great tale but either way I can't wait to read the last installment.
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