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The wooden truck Matt Bevin made as a boy

2013-10-14 - Louisville, KY - Photo By Matt Bevin. Matt Bevin is right. The flatbed truck he made as a boy in New Hampshire is quite similar to the ones Sonny & Trilby Vance had for sale at the Sonny's Craft booth Bevin visited at Downtown Day, Saturday, October 12, 2013. When the candidate for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate saw the Cane Valley-builts, he promised to send a photo of his, and did today, with a request they send it on to share with us. He wrote, " Sonny and Trilby, Here is a picture of the truck I made as a boy (33 years ago)...Not as nice as the ones you make, but the only one I ever made...Please share this photo with Ed Waggener, in case I have the wrong email address for him...Best regards, Matt Bevin." Paired photo: See also - Matt Bevin with Sonny-built flatbuilt
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