Classic Car Collecting, A Family Tradition with Max & Patrick Petry

Today is a family affair; the Corner visits with two guests, Max Petry and his son Patrick. Max shares his experiences collecting, what got him started collecting, and how his collection has evolved through the years. Son Patrick joins the conversation with his own auto lore, including describing how the joy of cars was passed on to him through family trips in conversion vans, a little bit on his F100 3 on the tree, and his love of the venerable Jeep Grand Wagoneer.


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