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15 June 2007

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Peek-a-boo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/47422262@N00/553026940/in/set-1320520/

Its just a half-century-old car that is still absolutely compatibile with our 2007 transportation infrastructure. My, aren't we smart. But at least now most cars are made by foreign companies unknown back then that have since ate our incompetent asses (and jobs). In a way, the notion of an American car in a crypt very accurately describes 21st century USA automotive prowess. At least they got that right.

Thank Jon! Updated accordingly.

"still clad in it's protective mummy-wrap"

Incorrect apostrophe usage.

Here are some high resolution pictures of the car and the items that were stored inside it. Looks like a "fixer upper"

Pics:
http://www.jlaforums.com/viewtopic.php?p=8700431#8700431

what as happened to the car now?i seen the car at the car lot.i would like to see more newer pic of it.please.

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