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My 1953 Nash Four-Door Sedan - I Shouldn't Have Taken Seconds on the Pie
By Patrick J. Nowak
28pp 5x8

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ISBN 9781935340171
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The author writes, "This story is one of a collection, "Forty Cars that Owned Me," that I published in April of 2007. My original intention was to write a brief history of some of the more interesting cars I have owned. What I ended up with was a collection of stories about people: the people involved with these cars and myself. Over the last forty-eight years, I acquired and disposed of more than seventy cars, trucks and motor homes, and those experiences, good and bad, have generated some wisdom about how to minimize the damage to one's bank account when dealing with what is almost always a depreciating asset. Readers will hopefully draw some useful conclusions. All of these insights and more are presented in my book. For this keepsake, My 1953 Nash. . . . is a sample." Writing with wit and good humor, Nowak takes the reader back to his college dating days in Northern Michigan in the late '50s when "a new car could be had for about $2000, so $200 would get you something that would run but it wouldn't be too fancy. "This work is a window on the autos and the popular culture of that time."

Design template: This Memoir Genre keepsake is designed in the Whimsical Mode, using playful automobile dingbats in its geometric cover border, carried forward in a few light touches in the frontmatter. The template will offer other dingbat choices for other themes. This book is typeset in Kepler MM with Ashley Crawford MT heads. The cover has a fabric finish and the template will offer other color options.</p><p>The author provided jpgs of digital scans to Worthy Shorts® specifications for the snapshots.