KINGMAN, AZ – The word “dude” carried a decidedly different connotation in this part of the country 125 years ago. It meant “dandy” – the noun, not the adjective. And except for Bat Masterson, the Old West was a lonely place for any man saddled with that label. ’04 F-150’s sides are taller to accommodate best-in-class cargo volume. Sporting a debonair derby, TV’s Masterson (played by Gene Barry from 1958-1961) walked softly and carried an elegant cane with which he deftly ...
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