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November 22nd, 1963. After Kennedy was assassinated, his Lincoln Limo was sent back to Dearborn, Michigan, where John Walker (My grand-father who I am named after) and a crew of specially selected Ford Motor Company mechanics, tore the car apart completely and replaced any damaged parts as well as looking for evidence. He unfortunately passed away before I was born, but told my dad that secret service watched every move he made every day while the tear down was in process. He never spoke a word of it to anyone outside of the family because of government orders. The car now resides in Dearborn at The Henry Ford Musuem.

November 22nd, 1963. After Kennedy was assassinated, his Lincoln Limo was sent back to Dearborn, Michigan, where John Walker (My grand-father who I am named after) and a crew of specially selected Ford Motor Company mechanics, tore the car apart completely and replaced any damaged parts as well as looking for evidence. He unfortunately passed away before I was born, but told my dad that secret service watched every move he made every day while the tear down was in process. He never spoke a word of it to anyone outside of the family because of government orders. The car now resides in Dearborn at The Henry Ford Musuem.