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Tintin’s Classic Car? – (Explored)
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This classic Citreon car reminds me of the one’s used by Tintin. A wonderful example of great French engineering.

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DREAM CAR Friday – The Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale really is a car that manages to have it all. Not only are its Franco Scaglione-penned lines a voluptuous treat for the eyes, but it really does look futuristic. It looks like it's surging towards the horizon …
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Tampa couple collects classic cars
TAMPA, FL (WFLA) – Some people crave attention and some just like to tinker. Others are sold on making a good investment. There are all kinds of reasons why people are driven to collect classic cars. Mike and Judy Gaylor are downright fanatical about it.
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Glen Weeks Classic Cars offers 'history' to its famous clientele
WEST FRANKFORT — In a white barn behind a tiny office on the outskirts of West Frankfort, there's a few million dollars worth of vintage cars lined up. They range from Pontiacs to Chevrolets, from red to teal to navy blue with wooden accents, dating …
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Eli Broad: No deal in works to buy Los Angeles Times
Addressing rumors fueled by a tweet from media mogul Rupert Murdoch, Los Angeles investor Eli Broad said "there is no deal in the works" to buy the Los Angeles Times. "It was all news to me," Broad said in an interview excerpt with PBS talk show host …
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California Democrat withdraws support for the high-speed rail project
The Times reported in October that the California High Speed Rail Authority's contractors warned that the cost of building the Los Angeles-to-San Francisco rail link would exceed the stated budget of $ 68 billion. Rail authority executives say they …
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