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Always the showman, Anthony Reece had flair for publicity

2016-07-17 - Coburg, KY - Photo by Tammy Reece.
The late Anthony Reece, above, left, lived life to the fullest. He had a flair for publicity. Above in this photo, he's shown with famed NASCAR and Busch Series race car driver, Sterling Marlin, who was in Coburg, Adair County, KY to take delivery of a 2006 Dodge 3500 from Anthony's Auto Sales, 7469 Campbellsville RD, Columbia, KY. Anthony Reece had the truck repaired for Marlin. Marlin is a native of Columbia, TN. Anthony's Auto sales is located in the Coburg, Adair County, near the Taylor County line. Today, the region is mourning the death of the still boyish Reece and his wonderful wife, Tammy Reece. - EW. Photo by Tammy Reece originally posted on as Nascar star buys truck from Columbia dealer on September 5, 2009.

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