The Krazy Kar first appeared in parades in 1961 for the state’s Centennial. (Courtesy photo)
Posted: Friday, September 21, 2012 2:30 am
Krazy Kar built from things around the farm, restored after 50 years
By Randy Rundle
Clay Center Dispatch
Editor’s: This story is taken from Rundle’s “Memory Lane” column written for a trade publication.
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