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25 Jan 2015 11:24 #29030 by xjn001
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Mr. Hydon teaches my son some of the fine points for the X Duesenberg.
He gave his valueable time. A giving man Thank you

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26 Jan 2015 03:42 #29034 by mikespeed35
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That picture is priceless and a very good representation of what Peter is like.
Cordially Mike

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26 Jan 2015 18:28 #29040 by Mike Dube
Mike Dube replied the topic: Peter Heydon
A generous gift from a generous man. As Mike said, Peter is a true gentleman of our hobby.

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27 Jan 2015 04:55 #29041 by dryesandno
dryesandno replied the topic: heydon, the boy and the x duesenberg
i agree. like the saying goes....a picture says a 1000 words.

the experienced man, the young boy and the X duesenberg.

you won't see that combination very often!!!

the museum should put a giant shot of this photo on display with the car.....(assuming photographers and participants approval of course). the photo puts in perfect context the man and his car.

i often think the story of the men who owned these cars, preserving them throughout the years and thereby allowing the rest of us to enjoy them is even more interesting than the cars themselves.....

the cars will long be with us.....but its the men who need to be remembered.

or in some cases the women, like margaret dunning and her 1930 packard 740 convertible roadster.

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