KFC founder and American icon, Col. Sanders' white suit readies at Heritage Auctions
A trademark white suit and clip-on string bow-tie once belonging to Kentucky Fried Chicken founder, fast food pioneer and American corporate icon Colonel Harlan Sanders, is expected to bring $10,000 or more when it comes up for bid, June 22, as part of Heritage Auctions ' Signature Americana & Political Auction.
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#1 Jun 16, 2013
for get the suit what happened to the taste of the chicken
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