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How cars became a fashion statement in the ’50s and ’60s
Authors Tom Dolle and Jeff Stork explain how the auto industry found new ways to market to both women in the 1950s and young people in the 1960s by transforming cars into far more than just transportation methods. Barry Petersen reports.
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