windshield cowboy
 n.— «Meanwhile, Cornwell, 87, keeps 182 head of cattle not far from the banks of the Arkansas River. “I call myself the windshield cowboy. I drive around in my pickup, and if anything’s wrong I get someone to fix it.”» —“Bee-ill (and his election) puts state on map” by Rick Sylvain Austin American-Statesman (Texas) June 20, 1993. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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