Prairie Survival

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Kyle Saskatchewan, Oct 9 2014 - There is something about a generations old car whether in a junk yard, on the side of the road or out in a field. While the car might have 60 or 90 years of winter, the history of the car gets thinner as time marches on. Most of the people that touched these cars in their heyday are gone – not surviving as long as the metal shells that used to move them. Nobody really wants these bodies any more, but thankfully there are crazy people that keep them along no matter what.

Prairie Survival

The car guy walks through the junkyard and sees treasure, though it would cost more gold than one could fathom to bring them back to life. Best to just trespass for a few minutes, get the pictures and move on down the road. Don’t even think about another project when the last one’s not done. Expect most of them to still be here when you come down this road again in future.

Prairie Survival: Kyle, Saskatchewan

Volvo 544 and a Henry J

1951 Nash Statesman

1951 Nash Statesman

Prairie Survival: Kyle Saskatchewan

 1926 Chevrolet 2 door Sedan: The Chevrolet 1916 to 1934

Pictured below: 1926 Ford Coupe A&W Cruiser at Rosetown Saskatchewan and 1929 Chrysler 65 Coupe in Kyle Saskatchewan

by Randy Berg

1926 Ford Coupe A&W Car at Rosetown Saskatchewan
1929 Chrysler 65 Coupe in Kyle Saskatchewan
1929 Chrysler 65 Coupe in Kyle Saskatchewan

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