Over at the Addicted to Purple blog, Rochelle has challenged us to write a story of ±100 words based on the photograph below.
Word Count: 100
That’s what a coterie of snobbish car show entrants called Walter’s meticulously restored 1953 Cadillac Eldorado.
The total cost of his Caddy was much less than that of their classic Bentleys and Rolls-Royces. Did that somehow diminish the quality of his workmanship in their minds?
Walter enjoyed driving his restoration projects around town. Their cars never left the garage between shows.
When he tired of the automobile, or was offered the ‘right’ price, he flipped it (sold it) and bought another classic American car to work on.
“Wheel Estate,” was how he described his new passion.
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