Clay Miller and his 1932 Ford coupe are safely back home in Nicholasville after completing the 2011 World Race. The car has a few new dents and scratches, an axle broke in Colorado and the engine blew in Kazakhstan, but Miller said the rewards of the experience far exceeded the problems.
Clay Miller and his 1932 Ford coupe are safely back home in Nicholasville after completing the 2011 World Race. The car has a few new dents and scratches, an axle broke in Colorado and the engine blew in Kazakhstan, but Miller said the rewards of the experience far exceeded the problems.
Clay Miller and his 1932 Ford coupe are safely back home in Nicholasville after completing the 2011 World Race. The car has a few new dents and scratches, an axle broke in Colorado and the engine blew in Kazakhstan, but Miller said the rewards of the experience far exceeded the problems.

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Nicholasville trio back home after 12,000-mile World Race

October 03, 2011 12:00 AM

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