Behind the Scenes at the Wackiest Car Wash You’ve Ever Seen
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A Crazy – Quilt of a Car Wash
A mishmash of vehicle parts synthesized into one accessible and wacky car wash: Ford Ranger fenders, a Minneapolis Moline steering wheel and hood badge and a St. Paul police cruiser passenger door.
“A mishmash of vehicle parts synthesized into one accessible and wacky car wash.”
See These Fenders?
They’re both from the St. Paul Ford plant. But they’re not the same: one fender came from the first production year of the Ranger truck and the other from the last year. Guess which is which!
Occupying the land where Target on Lake Street now stands, Minneapolis–Moline produced tractors and machinery beginning in 1929. We salvaged a few components including a hood badge and steering wheel.
Minneapolis–Moline hood badge