Submitted photo.

Submitted photo.

Thank you for returning the memories

We built this car in the ’90s, and we’re so glad to have it back.

This 1940 Chevy Car has been in Enumclaw, WA for the past 23 years, owned by Wanda and Earl Sheets, long-time residents of Enumclaw.

This car was originally built by Glynn and Terri Watkins in 1990 of Blue Ridge, Texas. This past August at the Vintique’s Car Show in Yakima, Wanda and Earl decided to give the Chevy back to their nephew Glynn and his wife Terri to return to Texas. Glynn is an EHS Graduate of the class 1972.

Glynn and Terri Watkins would like to extend their sincerest “thank you” to Wanda and Earl Sheets for this gift.

Glynn Watkins

Texas

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