Classic American

Nostalgia traffic

It’s no secret that I’m a true Eighties child. Growing up in the new wave era left a huge impression on me and that’s reflected in much of the music I listen to and the cars I’ve purchased over the years. Recently, I’ve taken to looking at old videos of driving on roads and freeways – via YouTube or other mediums. Ifyou have the opportunity to search online during your free time, it can prove

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