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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Randy Denchfield
Randy Denchfield was a student at Woodrow Wilson High School in Northwest when he bought his first car, a slightly used 1962 Chevrolet Impala SS convertible. For a brief time he thoroughly enjoyed the Honduras-maroon car with its 327-cubic-inch V-8 engine mated to a manual transmission with a four-on-the-floor shifter. Then came his draft notification.
The current owner of a 1949 Cadillac knows how his car came to be 58 years old with less than 40,000 miles on the odometer.
About four years ago Randy Denchfield was accosted by a friend as he was leaving church. The friend knew of Mr. Denchfield's fondness for antique cars and passed along the following information.
In the meantime, he realizes that like any thoroughbred, his Cadillac needs to be exercised and he is always eager to give his car some road therapy because, he says, "It's a fine-driving car."
Mr. Denchfield says that for the next two decades the car was insured for one day each year so it could be driven on what is believed to be the original rubber to the inspection station for its annual safety inspection and maintenance check.