Idaho dealer Hank Wills dies at 91

TWIN FALLS, Idaho -- Hank Wills, who in 1946 opened Wills Motor Co. with his father and brother and was involved in the business into his early 80s, died April 14. He was 91. The store initially sold Nash vehicles, then added other brands, including Toyota in 1965. It became Wills Toyota in 1991, and it remains under family ownership.



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