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These two Cadillacs are separated by 6 feet and 50 years.  The one by me is a 1960 Sedan de Ville that was owned by Mrs. Elva Kirby in Decatur, Illinois.  When Mrs. Kirby died in 1972, her son, Guy, backed it into the garage and never drove it again.  15 years later, in March of 1987, we started it up, after towing it to Michigan and working on it.  The license plate honors Guy's sister, Harriet, hence the HK initials followed by their house number.

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