At the beginning of the Great Depression this car rolled off the assembly line with shiny blue paint and bright nickle plating. Its dents, repairs and rusty patina bear witness to the perseverance and ingenuity of a Saskatchewan family who weathered the Dirty Thirties. Rediscovered some fifty years later, “Scruffy” was mechanically restored by Mr. Brian McKay who later drove her 2,000 miles down Route 66 from Chicago to Los Angeles recreating the journey of many Dustbowl refugees.
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