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Monday, October 19, 2015


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Jane T. Mitchell

What nostalgia this brings forth. I had a '57 Bel Air that was two-toned--this yellow and cream with those wonderful fins!. Loved that car.
This is a new use of "portmanteau" for me.I wondered what a trunk had to do with the name "corvair."Now I know. Odd though.


This Corvair looks well-cared for. Amazing that it is still around thought. They were awful cars and poorly made. Rattle-traps was the word to describe them. :)

William Kendall

I don't think I've heard of that kind of car before.

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