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MotorHeadline: Augusta’s love affair with the automobile



In today’s world where cars virtually all look alike, it may be difficult to imagine that the automobile was once almost considered a, albeit temporary, member of the family. While we rarely think of our car at all unless the check engine light comes on, once cars were doted on, dressed up for para...

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  1. Scott, thanks for bringing back memories of the automobile. With the cost of gas now, perhaps you can write an article on E/V cars. It looks like that is where we’re going weather we want to or not.

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