Frank Couch, right, and Jess Williams Jr. push as Will Roberts steers a 1921 Anderson Model C touring car out of a transport truck Tuesday in downtown Rock Hill. The car was delivered from Michigan to the Cotton Factory and will be stored there until the future Museum of Life and the Environment opens.
Frank Couch, right, and Jess Williams Jr. push as Will Roberts steers a 1921 Anderson Model C touring car out of a transport truck Tuesday in downtown Rock Hill. The car was delivered from Michigan to the Cotton Factory and will be stored there until the future Museum of Life and the Environment opens.
Frank Couch, right, and Jess Williams Jr. push as Will Roberts steers a 1921 Anderson Model C touring car out of a transport truck Tuesday in downtown Rock Hill. The car was delivered from Michigan to the Cotton Factory and will be stored there until the future Museum of Life and the Environment opens.

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