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By TIM MENICUTCH
Daily Press Editor

Frank Hammond has done just about everything you could imagine with a car.

He’s fixed them, towed them, polished them, restored them and sometimes he even drives them.

But mostly, Hammond admires them.

On his 10 acres west of town, he has 44 examples of his admiration for gas-powered horseless carriages.

Hammond’s love affair with cars is a classic tale. In fact, he might well have the largest collection of classic cars in all of New Mexico. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.