By JORDAN NELSON
BECKLEY, W.Va. — Archie Farley is no stranger to a good vehicle, specifically classic antiques.
Farley, of Sullivan, sat in a picnic chair next to his 1928 Willys Whippet as he explained he modified it to make it look like an old pickup truck.
“It used to be a sedan,” he said with a grin.
Sullivan was one of the many individuals who parked their classic, and some new, vehicles outside of Rural King at the Crossroads Mall on Saturday for the Friends of Coal Auto Fair Kick-off Cruise-in.
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