Allen and Kathleen Hale brave icy February conditions to show off their “survivor” '57 Thunderbird, which has been in Allen's family since 1962. He says he's not only tough enough to drive it year-round, but to take the teasing he gets about driving a “Mary Kay” or “Barbie” car.
Allen and Kathleen Hale brave icy February conditions to show off their “survivor” '57 Thunderbird, which has been in Allen's family since 1962. He says he's not only tough enough to drive it year-round, but to take the teasing he gets about driving a “Mary Kay” or “Barbie” car. The Wichita Eagle
Allen and Kathleen Hale brave icy February conditions to show off their “survivor” '57 Thunderbird, which has been in Allen's family since 1962. He says he's not only tough enough to drive it year-round, but to take the teasing he gets about driving a “Mary Kay” or “Barbie” car. The Wichita Eagle

A T-Bird of a different color

February 08, 2014 12:00 AM

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