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Chevrolet Asks "Who Wants Just Another Little Car?" [Video]

How do you like the new for 1972 Vega? Actually it wasn't the new Vega, it was a special display model with pieces cut out and a graphic on the door to represent "steel beams"—which apparently was also convenient for golf club storage. More »
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