Crash Rodeo brings honky tonk night to Tangent Inn

At age 28, Aaron McClinton took stock of his life. His parents had opened McClinton Auto Collision in 1997; the Albany shop was his to run now, and business was good. With that background, naturally, he assembled hot rods in his spare time, but found himself without a project. He was a homeowner, too, with a fix-it list tackled and complete. There was Netflix, sure, but such distractions are anathema to someone who thrives on work.

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