The town of Sprague, Wash., has not aged well. A building on main street has collapsed. Others look worn and wobbly. But Sprague has this going for it: Ansel Adams' touring car, a 1940 Packard "Woody," is parked in a field on the edge of town. The famous photographer reportedly used it while touring Yellowstone. The car body is an ash frame with mahogany panels (below). Owner Dave Thompson owns 160 vintage cars, some parked in Sprague and others in a field outside town. He and 83-year-old Dorothy Giddings are neighbors and business partners. They sell old car parts out of a dingy grain elevator.