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|Fun story, Patgeorge. Now these are cars I've never heard of. I'll look them up via Google. Looking back I'd think you'd feel it very special you were owner of two such unique cars. Unique to me anyway! .
I'm thinking autos used to be like beer. They were made and sold domestically for the local population's consumption. I remember going to a car import show at the Civic Center (as I remember) in San Francisco in about 1968. There were lots of Japanese imports for the first time ever. I fell in love with the Toyota Corona Mark 2 and bought it within a week's time. Traded in my '65 Chevy Impala SS. I owned the Toyota for 6 months when I met and married my 1st husband. We immediately sold the Toyota and bought a Porsche 914 which we later drove off a cliff.... another story.
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