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Jay checks the details on a restored 1941 hotrod on this episode of 'Rides with Jay Thomas'

Curt Renfrow had his eye on this Chevy, which was parked off a highway in a field, for years. One day, he finally stopped to see if the owner was interested in selling it, and the rest is history.

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1941 hotrod

In this week’s segment of "Rides with Jay Thomas," Jay takes a trip to north-central North Dakota to check out a 1941 Chevy hotrod.

Curt Renfrow had his eye on this Chevy, which was parked off a highway in a field, for years. One day, he finally stopped to see if the owner was interested in selling it, and the rest is history.

Curt spent a few years restoring the car and has made it into one decked out hotrod.

On "Rides," if it’s cool, it has a motor, and you can drive it, it can be on the show.

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" Rides" is hosted by radio personality, Minnesota native and North Dakota resident Jay Thomas. The show features cool cars or just about anything with an engine. Know of a ride in the region that Jay's just got to see? Email him at rides@wday.com .

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