Back in the 1940's the Ford Motor Company hired an advertising blimp to fly over the area with the lighted sign on the side reading, "Ford's Out Front; two great engines: Ford 6 and Ford V-8." How I loved to watch that low flying aircraft as it buzzed relatively silently overhead! My very first car at the age of 17 was a 1938 Ford V-8 "Business Coupe" that I bought from a guy in Morrisville for 25 bucks. I got what I paid for, but that old jalopy served me well for nearly a year. After keeping Vince Calabrese's Tydol station in business with all the oil I burned in that old car, I moved on to a 1940 Studebaker President with a "straight eight" engine. Such fond memories!