Soldiers Grove

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Jim Dworschack's 1951 Nash Healey of Soldiers Grove, Wisonsin. The car supposedly spent its first 55 years in the panhandle area of Texas, and the lore that came with it was that it was used as a dirt track racer at a place called the Rattle Snake Raceway. Jim Dworschack of Soldiers Grove bought the old custom in 2005.

Sport Customs of Soldiers Grove, Wisconsin

Jim Dworschack's 1951 Nash Healey

Citizens of Soldiers Grove, Wisconsin

Jim Dworschack


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