I can't imagine a bumper sticker surviving 70 years in the New Mexico sun and being at all legible, but the faded and cracked "America Needs You Harry Truman" bumper sticker on a 1946 Ford pickup that was parked on 3rd Street in Downtown Albuquerque could be original. On the other hand, and on the other side of the license plate, the bumper sticker for Walt Longmire, the Sheriff of the fictional Absaroka County, Wyoming in Craig Johnson's mystery novels, is quite contemporary and in great condition by contrast. The truck is an interesting mosaic of old paint, rust and sanded edges sitting on a new set of tires mounted on bright green, spoked rims. It was truck number 407 in the Navajo Freight Line's fleet of vehicles sometime in the the past 70 years. The truck has only one bullet hole I could see in the rear window, which is quite remarkable for a 70 year old truck with a New Mexico license plate (we have a 40 year of VW Sun Bug that has several bullet holes in the hood). Just sitting on the street, this old truck tells you a lot about its early history, and has a rather colorful character in its minimally restored condition.