Jerry Toews shows off a 1985 Oldsmobile Toronado that will be auctioned off as a part of the Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale next weekend. "It is amazing ... It is an incredibly immaculate car," he says of the car, donated by John and Deloris Grey in the name of the late Robert Grey, who bought the car new.
Jerry Toews shows off a 1985 Oldsmobile Toronado that will be auctioned off as a part of the Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale next weekend. "It is amazing ... It is an incredibly immaculate car," he says of the car, donated by John and Deloris Grey in the name of the late Robert Grey, who bought the car new. The Wichita Eagle
Jerry Toews shows off a 1985 Oldsmobile Toronado that will be auctioned off as a part of the Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale next weekend. "It is amazing ... It is an incredibly immaculate car," he says of the car, donated by John and Deloris Grey in the name of the late Robert Grey, who bought the car new. The Wichita Eagle

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