A field of dreams beckons this young car-lover at the 30th annual KKOA Lead Sled Spectacular in Salina last weekend. Dozens of chopped, lowered Mercurys, Buicks and other classic customs occupied Oakdale Park's grassy areas and winding avenues.
A field of dreams beckons this young car-lover at the 30th annual KKOA Lead Sled Spectacular in Salina last weekend. Dozens of chopped, lowered Mercurys, Buicks and other classic customs occupied Oakdale Park's grassy areas and winding avenues. The Wichita Eagle
A field of dreams beckons this young car-lover at the 30th annual KKOA Lead Sled Spectacular in Salina last weekend. Dozens of chopped, lowered Mercurys, Buicks and other classic customs occupied Oakdale Park's grassy areas and winding avenues. The Wichita Eagle

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