Doug Keener bought this 1940 Ford woodie wagon as a sight-unseen basket case from Allentown, Pa., in 1976. The car was lost in transit but found and spent 18 years undergoing an absolute ground-up, every-nut-and-bolt restoration.
Doug Keener bought this 1940 Ford woodie wagon as a sight-unseen basket case from Allentown, Pa., in 1976. The car was lost in transit but found and spent 18 years undergoing an absolute ground-up, every-nut-and-bolt restoration. The Wichita Eagle
Doug Keener bought this 1940 Ford woodie wagon as a sight-unseen basket case from Allentown, Pa., in 1976. The car was lost in transit but found and spent 18 years undergoing an absolute ground-up, every-nut-and-bolt restoration. The Wichita Eagle

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