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Remember when this was Thomas Price's hog hauler?

2013-09-02 - 413 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. That's how it began life, 44,000 actual miles ago, when it was seen parked in Thomas & Mavis Price's drive at their familiar Bedford Stone ranch house at the corner of Milltown Church and Corbin-Richards Roads. David Harden, the owner of the 1973 C-10 half-ton Chevy Pickup, was the first exhibitor on the ground in the Green River Kruzers 2013 Labor Day RUN-devous car, tractor, and bike show. The vehicle has a 357 cubic inch V-8 engine, downright dangerous by today's standards. It's not for sale, he said, though he's turned down $20,000, about 4 times its 1973 MSRP new price from Cotton Phelps, and he's got more than that in it. It's already spoken for; it will skip the Josh Harden generation and go to his now 11 year old son, Blane Harden, when the time is right. The car show gets underway officially at 8amCT. Harden said that advance word is that there will be a huge turnout of exhibitors.
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