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One man’s road to Iola

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The forest ranger tower in the background of this photo was erected as a way to control traffic flow to the show, and is considered a symbol of Iola.

The forest ranger tower in the background of this photo was erected as a way to control traffic flow to the show, and is considered a symbol of Iola.

It all started for me in 1972 with the purchase of a 1954 Chevy Two-Ten four-door sedan for $325 in Staten Island, N.Y. A few weeks later, that was followed by the purchase of a 1953 Pontiac Chieftain Deluxe Eight four-door sedan for $175. Then came a 1956 Oldsmobile Super 88 Holiday sedan for the princely sum of $25. That car was quickly sold for $125, which seemed like a real “killing” 50 years ago.



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