Story by Brady Mann, Photos by Al Rogers Many people say they have an “old car.” A 1964 Mustang, for an example. Then they ask what I have. I reply, “I have an ’09.” They look at me oddly and I correct myself — a 1909. My grandfather, Marvin Rostetter, grew up very...
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