’53 GMC

Though most stories of the car hobby come from the East or West Coasts, the hobby is alive and well deep in the forests of Northern Minnesota. After spending thirty years as a machinist and a machine shop supervisor at the University of Minnesota, when Harvey Steinbrenner retired to his place on Jessie Lake north of Deer River, MN, he had never done much of anything with cars.  But some local friends knew he had been a machinist and said they could use his help with fabricating some parts for their cars, so he bought a wire feed welder, and

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