Ted Kalvitis - Far Muse

“Do you think you’ll be able to make it out to the farm to look at the tractor?” the pleasant female voice asked. It had been a few weeks since her employer had called me. Due to the usual spring workload, truck troubles and so forth, I hadn’t yet been able to make an appearance.

Fortunately, I had already been preparing to visit this farm the following day after buttoning up another job. That repair of a 1964 Ford Super Major had faced repeated delays since it began last October. Many of the needed parts were listed as “no longer serviced” and had to be refurbished or fabricated.

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