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February 25, 2010


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Wow! I had no idea that they saved the bus, let alone restored it! It's good to know that people are having more foresight when it comes to saving history.

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Dominique King

It really was kind of cool to follow the progress of The Henry Ford obtaining the bus, the restoration, and then to finally visit it and be able to sit in one of the seats. Pretty amazing experience :)

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