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The Judge

The final year of the “We” decade was an extraordinary one for muscle cars. There were more models available than ever before; power ratings were through the roof; paint jobs, graphics, and spoilers were wilder, and the insurance companies hadn’t totally clamped down on all the fun just yet. Pontiac’s GTO has been credited with essentially inventing the muscle car genre, and though the redesigned 1968 GTO and its new Endura front bumper certainly aided in the original regaining traction in the market it created, it still faced competition from seemingly everywhere… read more >

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Red’s Giant Hamburg

Sheldon “Red” Chaney opened a small hamburger diner soon after World War II. He couldn’t fit the whole word “Hamburger” on the vertical sign because

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