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The Toad MobileBrother Bill “Toad” Todd ‘57 was popular at 1110 Gerald. When he enrolled at the University he brought with him a 1931 Chevy. He soon pledged Sigma Chi and the Chevy became a popular method of transport for the brothers.  The “Toad Mobile,” as it was affectionately known had a colorful history. According to Bill: In 1953, "I bought it from my cousin Larry Todd for $50. I took it with me to college where it became a fixture at the Sigma Chi House. In 1958, I joined the Navy and my Uncle Larry stored it for me at their ranch.

In 1963, I gave it to my cousin Bruce Wilson who later restored it and gave it back to me in 1985. I kept it in a garage in Livingston MT. My wife and I drove it to our 40th Homecoming celebration at Montana and then on to our Lake Tahoe home. In 2017, my son-in-law sold it to antique car collector near Chico CA."

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