Fix-It Shop

In the hills and hollows of Appalachia in 1973, people had to be versatile to make a living. This repair shop attached to a gasoline station, sold tires, hub caps and oil changes. It also repaired lawn mowers and garden “tilters” (sic, I think he meant tillers). Finally, it provided welding services. This was back in the days before mechanics needed degrees in computer science to repair vehicles.

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