Did I think I’d have this hanging around for so long? Absolutely not. It’s really just happenstance it’s on my wall at all. Luckily I met Don Rook, but sadly it was a short acquaintance. If you have any interest at all there is a Tribute to him, that I penned, and a nonexistent ‘70 Hurst. The Search feature works well. My wife and I are still friends with Don’s wife Kathy. She approved of the article, my wife was able to get a very nice copy from here and it was mailed to Kathy as a surprise. She even sent me more items to include as shortly I plan on extending the Tribute to Don. So please be aware. This Car Invoice, I believe, belongs to a ‘65 300L 4-speed that has recently been offered for sale on this site. This is another 300L that I photographed at Don’s the one day he knew me and my wife who he quizzed about his collection of cars as he showed us around his Chrysler grounds. This ‘65 Letter Car is still in Arkansas as far as I know. Here it is the famous bar that is half in Arkansas (8 Ball Pool and Latrine side) and half in Oklahoma (Drinking and Fighting side). Don would only bring his best of friends there and there are a few members here at C-bodies that clinked a beer bottle or two with Don. Don was full of stories and I believe his wife described him as sometimes being cantankerous. That art on the wall is a beauty in the eye of the beholder. It’s a beautiful 4-speed that is for sale and I hear the AM/FM radio even works. There’s a thirst that has suddenly appeared and a hankering for a beverage. Ice cold Keystone beer sounds like the cure.