109-Year-Old Veteran Who Still Drives A Car And Smokes 12 Cigares A Day Will Tell You His Secrets to Life!


Meet America’s oldest veteran Richard Overton, 110 years old. Overton has lived through the Great Depression and served in World War II as a combat engineer in the South Pacific. The most amazing technological and scientific progress has occurred in Overton’s lifetime than perhaps any other century in history – he witnessed not only the rise of the Internet, he also saw the first model of cars.

In a short documentary Mr. Overton filmed in 2016 (the video below) he tells how he heard a man in the town was going to get a car. But he and his friends didn‘t know what a car was.
“I still walk, I still talk, and I still drive,” Overton says. That last part may be the most surprising thing of all, but Overton really drives his ‘70s-era Ford F-100 Custom almost every day! He also smokes 12 cigars per day, drinks 4 cups of coffee in the morning and loves whiskey. In the video, the oldest veteran shares his secrets to the long life which are pretty amazing. If you want to learn what they are, watch this short documentary film.