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OK Used Cars Were a Part of Our American History

For many of us who grew up during the 1960s, we have fond memories of the automotive advertising symbol “OK Used Cars.” This symbol became a great American icon that many enjoyed for years. During the 1960s, Livernois Avenue in Detroit was the most popular place to go when purchasing a new or used car in Michigan. Consumers even traveled from around the world to Detroit to purchase an automobile on Livernois. Automotive historians often said that the Chevrolet “OK” sign has always been a great landmark for someone looking for a quality used Chevrolet car or truck… read more >

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