After a couple of hundred burial runs, this truck has seen better days. Kiss end of the road world tour. The paint is flaking, the driver’s seat is falling apart. The body is rusting out and the rear bed is out of alignment.
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Elliott used to do his own repairs on the car but he is not able to anymore. The financial burden has become too much. Still, he keeps driving up to 100 runs each year. Making sure deceased veterans get the sendoff they deserve.
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His mission takes him all over the region. He put half a million miles on a 1984 Ford extended cab pick-up. Nowadays he uses a 2000 F-150 adorned with the names of Delaware veterans and reminders of POWs and those missing in action. For those who see it pass by, the truck is a rolling statement of remembrance. It is because of this that Elliott has spent the past 50 years carrying the remains of deceased veterans to their final resting place. I would greatly appreciate it, if you could donate whatever you can to his gofundme me page. Kiss end of the road world tour. I will make this post public, thus please share it with your friends and family. If you wish to donate via gofundme or feel free to send me a private message for his contact information.
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