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Calling all Lincolns: Classic car show to celebrate division’s namesake

3 years agoVehicles / Cars : Hemmings.com

President Abraham Lincoln’s boyhood home, the famous log cabin, is a national monument that should be on every American’s to-visit list. This historic site, located in Lincoln City, Indiana, is celebrating its 50th year as a National Memorial this year, and the National Parks Service will have a special treat for vintage car fans on [...]
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