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Russ' Vintage Iron
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Jul 1, 2014 08:05 AM CDT

Let me first off say that I am not the most political person in the world. I vote at most every election but my life certainly does not revolve around who is running for local, state or national elections.

What does politics and vintage iron have in common, you ask? For me a few weeks back both topics just about collided, literally and figuratively.

Let me explain.

Every year in June, like many small towns across the country, my hometown has its annual celebration. Elkhorn (Neb.) Days features many activities over a long weekend, capped off by a parade through ...

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