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December 18, 2010

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Hugh West

The Oldsmobile was an automobile that was produced in volume, charactorized the industry, & still is known & loved today. It deserves a place in the Smithsonian Display. My second vote would go to the Tucker that showed so many innovations to todays cars.

Val Garner

It must have been mind boggling for the public in those times to the rapid changes of transportation in so short of a time span.

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