By RODNEY D. BOAM
Build it, bash it, then scrap it. It’s the life of a car in the care of Jessy Wanner. The 30 year-old Winder resident lives for the 10 weekends a year he stomps on the gas pedal and tries to crash into and disable his opponents’ cars in demolition derbies all over the West.
It’s been a life saving experience for Wanner, who proudly stands by his beat up and muddied 1979 Chrysler Cordoba, powered by a souped-up 350-cubic-inch Chevy engine, with modified brakes, transmission and darn near everything else. The donated Franklin County Sheriff’s emblem is impressive on the side of the white and black painted car. (See the full story in The Preston Citizen.)
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