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    From an early interview with John Kay:

    Do you think of yourself as disabled? When answering could you talk about how sight problems might have affected your response to music?
    I was born with a birth defect that left me lacking in the eye department...I'm totally color blind, which means that my world is black and white and gray....I am very light sensitive....hence, I've been wearing dark glasses since I was about 3 years old and I'm so-called legally blind, which means that I can't drive and a few other things
     
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    I thought it kind of looked like him..
     
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    I agree - I wasn't trying to be an asshole but I remembered reading years ago that he was "legally blind' and therefore restricted from driving. Sorta ironic from the guy who sang "Born to be Wild"-
     
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    ‘33 Plymouth, or maybe a Dodge masquerading as a ‘34 Ford with it’s modified lower grille.
    Looks like it might be a three window and only Dodge had a three window then.
     
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    I agree, it looks odd. Could the pickup have been used as a push truck for a race car?
     
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    it was his station's service trk-he'd push cars w/ it...
     
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