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National Corvette Museum to highlight GM cars “Gone But Not Forgotten”

1940 La Salle Series 50 convertible. Photos courtesy National Corvette Museum. General Motors has been around, in one form or another, since 1908. In its 108-year history, brands and models have come and gone, some beloved by consumers and others largely relegated to the dustbin of history. In recognition of those GM products no longer […]
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