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“I thought I left West Texas for good, but sometimes things just don't quite end up like you think they will. At 35, I came home to care for my dying father and to fix a car. Maybe even to fix myself.”
The Forty One is a story of relationships and commitment and grease and sweat. It explores the grim reality and brutal deterioration of a ruthless terminal disease coupled with life lessons from a Chevrolet. Part memoir, part layman's car manual. Follow a son as he struggles to fix a dusty old family relic for his father and races to take him for a ride before he dies.