The "pink slip" was kept in a special sleeve on the steering column, and then next year, the new "pink slip" was just slipped in, right over the top of last years. There were no seat belts, and with different laws, it was so fun to ride in the back, with the wind whipping your hair around.
Sometimes just down to the end of the country road we lived on, because we all "begged" for a ride! If Dad had to go to the hardware store or anywhere for that matter, I always wanted to ride along. I love old trucks from those days, and from memories of my Dad.
My dad, Kenneth A Egger 1923-1968
Happy Father's Day to all the great fathers out there!
To my Honey, always ready to help get the job done, and with technical advice so others may learn. And to our Sons, the new generation of fathers doing a great job!
As always, thanks for stopping by to visit.
I appreciate your time and of course your comments!
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