Model M makes Car Run debut today
It was nearly 80 years ago that Sig Wasberg purchased the 1907 Model M Cadillac that rolled into his salvage yard just outside of Big Stone during the Great Depression of the late 1920s and early '30s.
Though the car's crank start engine required more than a few cranks to get going, Wasberg recognized the unique model to be a collector's item and purchased the car for $10. Wasberg brought the car home and tinkered until he had the car's one-cylinder engine putt-putting again.
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