Bruce Diehl's Red Fire 1940 Ford coupe, accented with subtle ghost flames, represents the culmination of a lifetime dream. Diehl had longed for a '40 Ford of his own for many years. He used to walk past a disassembled one every day on his way to school.
Bruce Diehl's Red Fire 1940 Ford coupe, accented with subtle ghost flames, represents the culmination of a lifetime dream. Diehl had longed for a '40 Ford of his own for many years. He used to walk past a disassembled one every day on his way to school. The Wichita Eagle
Bruce Diehl's Red Fire 1940 Ford coupe, accented with subtle ghost flames, represents the culmination of a lifetime dream. Diehl had longed for a '40 Ford of his own for many years. He used to walk past a disassembled one every day on his way to school. The Wichita Eagle

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November 14, 2009 12:00 AM

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