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The cars of the past continue to take car design into the future. Last weekend in Pasadena, both old and new designs were on display at the Art Center College…

In Pasadena, Cars of the Past and Future

The cars of the past continue to take car design into the future. Last weekend in Pasadena, both old and new designs were on display at the Art Center College…

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