The town of New Holland erupts in colorful tulips each spring, reflectingits predominantely Dutch heritage. Cornie Lieuwen relaxes on the front steps of a house across from the repair garage his father built in 1920. "Back then, if you had a pliers, screwdriver and baling wire, you could fix a lot of stuff," says Lieuwen, who took the garage over and owned it alone for 27 years. "Fixing cars is a whole different story now."

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