Spier eases into the long, leisurely biography of Tin Lizzie, a 1909 Model T Touring Car, whose first owner, Mr. Bamhart the feed dealer, had to order bottles of gasoline from the druggist; Lizzie who saw the West as a young family's trusted and steady used car and who sat in a weedy lot behind a farmer's barn until she was rescued by an antique car restorer. . . .
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