Doug Cross has owned his unusual Cadillac-powered, front wheel-drive 1956 Ford pickup not once, or even twice, but three times since he put it together back in the 1960s. Having now bought it back from his brother, he says the baby blue beauty will not be getting away from him again.
Doug Cross has owned his unusual Cadillac-powered, front wheel-drive 1956 Ford pickup not once, or even twice, but three times since he put it together back in the 1960s. Having now bought it back from his brother, he says the baby blue beauty will not be getting away from him again. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle
Doug Cross has owned his unusual Cadillac-powered, front wheel-drive 1956 Ford pickup not once, or even twice, but three times since he put it together back in the 1960s. Having now bought it back from his brother, he says the baby blue beauty will not be getting away from him again. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle

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