Jim Thorn has spent most of his 81 years working at Cowie Electric Company, but has finally decided to sell off his inventory, including his prized 1967 military-issued Land Rover pickup. “There are a lot of good memories in here,” he says.
Jim Thorn has spent most of his 81 years working at Cowie Electric Company, but has finally decided to sell off his inventory, including his prized 1967 military-issued Land Rover pickup. “There are a lot of good memories in here,” he says. The Wichita Eagle
Jim Thorn has spent most of his 81 years working at Cowie Electric Company, but has finally decided to sell off his inventory, including his prized 1967 military-issued Land Rover pickup. “There are a lot of good memories in here,” he says. The Wichita Eagle

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