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For truck lovers: Big and shiny

This oversized custom red truck called “Big Mo,” built from one-half of an old school bus chassis, was one of the entries in the annual Inman Antique Truck show at Inman Farm Saturday morning. Organizer Rick Minter said the goal is to build the show up each year, though it can be hard to promote ahead of time because of the work necessary at the farm. Photo/John Munford.

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