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Carl Sturgeon, left, shows off his 1962 Austin-Healey to John Rosenogle, a resident at Lutheran Life Village in Kendallville, on Monday. The Defiance chapter of the Veteran Motor Car Club of America paused at the nursing home on its 32nd annual Farm Boys tour with 36 vintage autos, some dating back to the 1920s.

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