How a 1964 Chevy Pickup Became Part of the Family

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How a 1964 Chevy Pickup Became Part of the Family

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Hannibal Anderson, a school administrator living in Mountain Village, Alaska, and his son Daniel, a contractor from Bozeman, Mont., on their 1964 Chevrolet C10 pickup, as told to A.J. Baime.

Hannibal Anderson: In the mid-1970s, my father needed a truck for utility work on the family ranch in Tom Miner Basin in Montana and for another ranch he had in the Mojave Desert in California. My early memories of the truck are of driving it back and forth between the ranches and of the work we had to do: hauling firewood, and pulling…

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