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    Ron and Rita Bard relax on a custom made bench they had made from a Corvette at their home in Litchfield.

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    Ron Bard puts one of his newest and prized trucks into one of the 42 custom made cabinets in his "toy box" on his property in Litchfield.

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    A section of Ron's Toy Box that he built about 20 years ago to house his collection of "junk" as he refers to it. Many highly sought after Smith-Miller metal trucks fill 42 custom made cabinets Bard had made by Amish craftsmen from Pennsylvania.

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    The basement of Ron and Rita Bard's home in Litchfield is filled with many collectables from when they were on a Coka-Cola collecting spree.

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    Closet toy collector - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    A section of Ron's Toy Box that he built about 20 years ago to house his collection of "junk" as he refers to it. Many highly saught after Smith-Miller metal trucks fill 42 custom made cabinets Bard had made by Amish craftsmen from Pennsylvania.

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