Where Caddies Rub Noses With SpidersKeith G. Felcyn
Neatly arrayed in rows on a field outside Bennington, Vt., sit three dozen antique and collectible cars with an accumulated age of 1,500 years. A 1946 Ford woody wagon is flanked by a two-tone blue 1917 Detroit Electric and a 1933 Franklin Olympic sedan. A few running boards away are a 1963 Corvair Monza convertible and a 1947 Cadillac Fleetwood limousine.
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