People young and old seem to have a fascination with old trucks.
For some it’s the workhorses, the trucks that hauled freight or produce to market or fuel to the local filling station.
Others have special places in their hearts for a plain old pick-up.
Alan Jackson, the singer/song writer from Newnan captured that sentiment in his song “Drive” where he sings of learning to drive in an old half-ton short-bed Ford that his uncle bought new in ‘64.
According to Jackson’s lyrics “It was just an old hand-me-down Ford, three-speed on the column and a dent in the door.” Read More»