Willis Duerksen restored 85 VW Bugs over a span of more than three decades, but his ultimate goal was always “to have an old Ford.” His dream came true a little over five years ago when he found this nifty 1926 Model T roadster, road-ready.
Willis Duerksen restored 85 VW Bugs over a span of more than three decades, but his ultimate goal was always “to have an old Ford.” His dream came true a little over five years ago when he found this nifty 1926 Model T roadster, road-ready. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle
Willis Duerksen restored 85 VW Bugs over a span of more than three decades, but his ultimate goal was always “to have an old Ford.” His dream came true a little over five years ago when he found this nifty 1926 Model T roadster, road-ready. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle

After a bunch of Bugs, finally a Model T

December 12, 2014 08:19 PM

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