By Vern Parker
It's not often that a man buys the same car twice but David Claveloux has an explanation. It really wasn't the identical car.
Until he graduated from George Mason University in 1971 he motored about in a vintage Corvair.
Upon graduation Cleveloux stopped by the nearest Ford dealer to see what he could see.
He was particularly attracted to the Torino models and was seriously considering one of them when a salesman, like salesmen are wont to do, suggested that he might like the slightly more expensive Halo version of the Torino.
Like most auto manufacturers in those days the regular models were dressed up to attract a higher price. They were produced for only three months.