Glen Waters, left, persuaded Joe Slechta to take over his 1929 Model A pickup project after Waters lost his eyesight. Today, the two refer to each other as “brother.”
Glen Waters, left, persuaded Joe Slechta to take over his 1929 Model A pickup project after Waters lost his eyesight. Today, the two refer to each other as “brother.” Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle
Glen Waters, left, persuaded Joe Slechta to take over his 1929 Model A pickup project after Waters lost his eyesight. Today, the two refer to each other as “brother.” Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle

Model A project creates unbreakable bond

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