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Tom Ruggles’ once-in-a-lifetime barn-find languished in a College Hill garage for 40 years before he chanced upon the rare 1909 EMF 30 touring car. The previous owner had taken it out of a barn near Udall in 1952, planning to restore it. brader@wichitaeagle.com
Tom Ruggles’ once-in-a-lifetime barn-find languished in a College Hill garage for 40 years before he chanced upon the rare 1909 EMF 30 touring car. The previous owner had taken it out of a barn near Udall in 1952, planning to restore it. brader@wichitaeagle.com

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