Many of the classic cars that rolled around to Graffiti Weekend activities last week were restored and are now owned for sentimental reasons. A couple of common phrases voiced by the owners are, “I’ll never get out of it what I put into it,” or “It’s been a labor of love.” Ron West of Roseburg said it’s hard to reclaim the expenses involved in restoring a vehicle. West coordinated the Friday and Saturday Graffiti Auto Parts Swap at the Melrose intersection last week. “You’ll never get your time back,” he said. Some vintage car enthusiasts do make it a business, …
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