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Blast from the past

Monday, October 24, 2011

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Three couples recently stopped by Utopian Bean in Purdy for breakfast and coffee before taking a day trip to Arkansas. The owners of the unique vehicles were gracious enough to move and reposition the vehicles so that Patrick Foland, owner of Utopian Bean, could get all three antique Fords in the photo. The lead car is a 1921 Ford. The second a 1931 six-cylinder Ford. Foland was told by one of the car owners that Clyde Barrow was very fond of the second vehicle type but that he preferred the eight-cylinder Ford, which was manufactured in 1932. [Photo courtesy of Patrick Foland]
Three couples recently stopped by Utopian Bean in Purdy for breakfast and coffee before taking a day trip to Arkansas. The owners of the unique vehicles were gracious enough to move and reposition the vehicles so that Patrick Foland, owner of Utopian Bean, could get all three antique Fords in the photo. The lead car is a 1921 Ford. The second a 1931 six-cylinder Ford. Foland was told by one of the car owners that Clyde Barrow was very fond of the second vehicle type but that he preferred the eight-cylinder Ford, which was manufactured in 1932.

[Photo courtesy of Patrick Foland]



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